An abstract of General Ether-Dynamics
May 07, 1998 12:00 PM
by Konstantin Zaitzev
> I would be very interested in reading the work, if you wouldn't mind
> posting it. Thanks.
Here I send a short overview of "Etherdynamics" in English.
I've contacted with the author & he said that none of his work
is translated to English still though he has one publication
Vladimir A. Atsukovsky
Simulation of the matter structures and fields
on the basis of the ideas about the gas-like ether
[Moscow, Energoatomizdat, 1990. ISBN 5-283-04014-3]
On the basis of the ideas about the ether, a gasiform medium filling
the Universe space, the structures of the material formations from
microparticles to the Universe in general, the mechanisms of elementary
interactions and physical phenomena are considered in the work.
The numerical values of the main ether parameters and the parameters
of its element amere are obtained. The vortical models of the main
stable elementary particles, i.e. proton, neutron, electron and
photon, the models of nuclei and atoms, the models of the main types
of interactions, i.e. strong and weak nuclear, electromagnetic and
gravity and also laminary ether-dynamic ones, the models of the main
electromagnetic, optical and gravity phenomena are worked out. The
gasomechanical interpretation of the main quantum mechanics equations
The model of the stationary dynamic Universe based on the ideas about
the ether circulation is worked out. It is shown, that the ether-dynamic
ideas solve the cosmological paradoxes within the limits of the eternally
existing matter, uniformly passing time and Euclidean space.
The author attempts to create a united theory of the ether on the
basis of purely mechanical ideas about phenomena's nature. With the
purpose of elucidation of the reasons which have not allowed the
authors of the similar attempts to work out noncontradictory conception
of the ether, the analysis of their works is conducted and their
mistakes are revealed. The methodology of the ether-dynamics based on
the idea of generalization of experimental data accumulated in the
main domains of macro- and microworld, and formulating on this base of
general physical invariants is worked out.
The revelation of general physical invariants, which proved to be four
categories: motion and its components -- matter, space and time,
allowed to formulate the idea about the unity of the macro- and
microworld laws, what in its turn gave the ground for the wide usage
of analogies between phenomena of macro- and microworld. From the
previous thesis and from the fact of the formation of microparticles
by the vacuum clearly follows the fact that space is filled with
material medium, which has the properties of the ordinary real viscous
compressible gas. The main parameters of tins gas -- the ether and its
element -- amere (according to Democrit) are determined in this work.
The author considers the structures of the material formations,
mechanisms of elementary interactions and physical phenomena. The
numerical values of the main parameters of the ether (density,
pressure, viscosity, temperature, sound velocity, heat capacity,
energy content in the volume unit) and the values of the amere
parameters (mass, dimensions, quantity per volume unit, mean free
path, thermal motion velocity) are obtained.
The vortical models of the main stable elementary particles, i.e.
proton, neutron, electron and photon, the models of Nuclei, atoms and
some molecules are considered in the work. The models of the main
fundamental interactions, namely, strong and weak nuclear, electromagnetic
and gravity and also laminary ether-dynamic are worked out. The models
of the main electromagnetic, optical and gravity phenomena are worked
out. The hydromechanical interpretation of the main quantum mechanics
equations is given, the equations of electromagnetic field and
gravitation are defined more precisely.
The model of the stationary dynamic Universe based on the idea about
the circulation of the ether in the steady galaxies and exchange of
the ether between galaxies is worked out.
The author explained that the ether-dynamics ideas make it possible to
solve the cosmological paradoxes naturally, within the limits of the
ideas about Euclidean space, uniformly passing singledirected time,
non-destructible eternal matter.
The monograph consists of preface, introduction, ten chapters,
containing 36 paragraphs. Each chapter is provided with bibliography
containing 423 names. There are 101 illustrations, 25 tables, 336
equations in the work. The volume of the monograph is 20 printer's
sheets. [270 pages]
Chapter 1. Brief History of the Ether contains brief review of
theories and models of the ether, from Phales de Milet, ancient Chinese
taoism, ancient Greek materialists to the modern ideas about the
possibility of the ether existence. There is the paragraph in this
chapter, where the main shortcomings of the known hypotheses, models
and theories of the ether are stated, and idealization of the ether
qualities practically by all authors, which has not allowed them to
work out noncontradictory theory of the ether, is exposed.
The significant thing is that these authors had not necessary information
about existence and conduct of "elementary particles" of the matter, and
existence of the known at present fundamental interactions. This information
was obtained only in the 20th century when the problem of existence of
the ether in the nature was actually excluded from the agenda.
The little known data about the ether drift discovered by some
scientists early in the 20th century (E. Morley (1901-1905), D.C.
Miller (1921-1925) and A.A. Michelson himself (1929)) are given here.
Chapter 2, Methodological Bases of the Ether-dynamics, consists of 3
paragraphs dealing with the methodology of ether-dynamics. Principle
possibility and need for qualitative model presentation of phenomena
are shown in paragraph 1; the same paragraph shows, that there were
moments in the history of natural science when bringing of some forms
of matter motions to others was considered as impossible, but later,
these ideas were proved to be wrong.
Paragraph 2 deals with the approach to determination of general physical
invariants. It is shown here, that only universal categories, presenting
in all, without exception, material formations and physical phenomena
can be general physical invariants, such as: motion and three components
of it -- matter, space and time. The rest categories are of particular
nature and they can not be considered as universal categories.
Paragraph 3 describes the ways of revealing the internal mechanisms
of phenomena. The main proposed way is petition of the phenomena into
components, exposure of general properties of elements, on which
material formation can be partitioned, simulation of phenomena
structures using corresponding analogies of macrocosm.
The chapter comprises the conclusion about unity of physical laws at
all levels of matter organization and permissibility of broad use of
analogies for studying the microcosm phenomena.
Chapter 3. The Structure of the Ether also consists of three paragraphs.
In the first of them the most general properties of macro and microcosm
are compared; this comparison leads to synonymous conclusion, that the
material medium filling the Universe space, which further should be
named as the ether is an ordinary real, viscous and compressible gas.
Paragraph 2 of this chapter defines numerical values of the ether
parameters in the atmosphere space, in this case ordinary formulas of
electrostatics and gas mechanics are used, and the summary table of
the ether parameters is listed, with such parameters as: density,
pressure, temperature, sound velocity, thermal diffusivity coefficient,
kinematic viscosity, viscosity (internal friction coefficient),
adiabatic exponent, heat capacity, energy per volume unit. This table
comprises also the basic parameters of amere -- element of the ether --
its mass, diameter, quantity per unit of volume, average length of
free path and average velocity of thermal motion.
Paragraph 3 is about basis forms of the ether motions and about their
hierarchical interactions. The oldest, the most general form is the
translational motion of a single amere; the elementary volume of the
ether comprises three forms of motion -- diffusion, translational and
rotary, to which further ensure seven kinds of motion. Corresponding
formulas of gas mechanics are listed for all forms and kinds of motion.
Chapter 4, The Structure of Gas Vortexes, consists of three paragraphs.
The first paragraph is about formation and particularities of the
structures of the gas vortexes, attention is paid to the role of
boundary layer, ensuring the stability of the gas vortexes, epures of
density distribution, circular velocity and angular velocity of
rotation are also given. In this paragraph the author considers the
structures of spiral thoroidal vortexes as gas formations capable to
retain a dense gas.
The second paragraph of chapter 4 is about the power of the gas
vortexes, it is shown here, that the gas vortex is a mechanism
ensuring spontaneous transformation of potential energy of the gas
medium pressure into kinetic energy of the gas mass rotation.
The third paragraph is about the peculiarities of gas motion in the
vicinity of the spiral toroidal vortex. It is shown here that there
are three kinds of motion in the vicinity of such a vortex -- circular,
described by expression analogous to the expression of electro-static
Gauss theorem; toroidalic, described by Biot Savart's law, which
describes particles magnetic field; thermodiffusion, which is the
consequence of the lowered temperature of the vortex surface and which
forms gradient of temperature and pressing gradient in the environment,
this motion is described by heat equation.
[split, to be continued]
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