Encuadernación Sokolov V.V. Gravidynamics and quarks
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Gravidynamics and quarks
Соколов В.В. «Гравидинамика и кварки». (In English).

URSS. 216 pp. (English). Cartoné. ISBN 978-5-396-00877-9.

The book presents the dynamic theory of gravitational interaction — gravidynamics, which agrees with modern theories of other fields, e.g. classical electrodynamics, quantum electrodynamics, quantum chromodynamics. Gravitational field is seen as consisting of two components — the tensor and the scalar ones. Given that, it is described what are the strong field's properties and the properties of extremely compact objects arising at the collapse — transition of matter to a new phase — quark-gluon plasma. It is shown how all the values of physical quantities calculated according to this theory totally agree with currently available observational data. The above strong field of a collapsar in gravidynamics, in which extremely compact objects with a bag of quark-gluon plasma with a radius of about 10km exist, could be an explanation of the observed mass distribution of compact objects in close binary stellar systems with a peak at about 6.7 solar masses.

The book is meant for astrophysicists, experts in gravitation, and students of physical disciplines.

Chapter 1. Linear and nonlinear gravidynamics: static field of a collapsar12
1.1. Introduction12
1.2. Energy of gravitational field in gravidynamics and static field of a collapsar13
1.3. Linear gravidynamics and the scalar component of gravitation20
1.4. External field of a massive gravitating centre at distances of r >> GM / c2. Motion in a given field27
1.5. Energy of static gravitational field of a central source36
1.6. Nonlinear gravidynamics and the theorem on static field of a collapsar46
1.7. Conclusion53
Chapter 2. Nonlinear gravidynamics: energy-momentum tensor of collapsar field54
2.1. Introduction54
2.2. The components of vector and tensor massless fields and gauge conditions62
2.2.1. The vector field62
2.2.2. Symmetric tensor field67
2.3. Virtual vector field of a collapsar71
2.4. The energy-momentum tensor of the interacting gravitational field of a collapsar76
2.5. Conclusions83
Chapter 3. Properties of the strong static field of a collapsar in gravidynamics88
3.1. Introduction88
3.2. Test particle in a given field of form (3.4), particle mass in GD94
3.3. The force acting on a test particle near the sphere r = GM / c2 and the possibility of equilibrium on this sphere101
3.4. The scale of forces, the maximum acceleration of gravity force near the collapsar surface and the sphere of maximum instability for a given mass M108
3.5. Motion in the given field (3.4) and a possibility of periodic pulsation of a sphere with R = r*117
3.6. Utmost compact objects – collapsars and some properties of a bag with the radius R = r*124
3.7. Conclusions134
Chapter 4. Scalar gravitational waves and observational limitations for the energy-momentum tensor of gravitational field139
4.1. Introduction139
4.2. Free scalar and tensor gravitational fields144
4.3. The radiation of tensor and scalar gravitational waves in linear gravidynamics148
4.4. The scalar radiation and secular reduction of orbital period of the binary system with a radio pulsar PSR 1913 + 16155
4.5. Conclusions162
Chapter 5. Masses of macroscopic quark configurations in metric and dynamic of gravitation theories165
5.1. Introduction165
5.2. Utmost inhomogeneous quark configurations in GR166
5.3. Quark-gluon plasma in gravidynamics178
5.4. Conclusions188
Chapter 6. The observed mass distribution of compact stellar remnants in close binary star systems190
6.1. Introduction to the problems190
6.2. The mass spectrum of stellar compact objects: observational properties191
6.3. On the peak in BH candidate mass distribution194
Chapter 7. Gravidynamics and possible explanations of the observed collapsars mass spectrum199
7.1. A selected mass value of an extremely compact object in gravidynamics199
7.2. Observations of core-collapse supernovae, gamma-ray bursts, possible explanations of the observed mass spectrum of collapsars and stellar evolution203
7.3. Summary207

El autor
Vladimir Vladimirovich SOKOLOV
Dr. Sci. in Physics and Mathematics, leading researcher of the Special Astrophysical Observatory of the Russian Academy of Sciences, author of more than 180 scientific publications. Main fields of research: study of massive cosmic objects, gamma-ray bursts, and theory of gravitation. V. V. Sokolov was one of the first researchers in the USSR who identified a gamma-ray burst in the optical range.