Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Trunev Aleksandr Petrovich

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A&E Trounev IT Consulting, Toronto, Canada
   

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YANG-MILLS FIELD CAPACITOR

abstract 1121508145 issue 112 pp. 2020 – 2040 30.10.2015 ru 747
The article presents a project of the capacitor in the Yang-Mills theory. Model capacitor represents the equipotential surfaces separated by a space. To describe the mechanism of condensation chromodynamics field used numerical models developed based on an average of the Yang-Mills theory. In the present study, we used eight-scalar component model that in the linear case is divided into two groups containing three or five fields respectively. In contrast to classical electrodynamics, a static model of the Yang-Mills is not divided into independent equations because of the nonlinearity of the model itself. However, in the case of a linear theory separation is possible. It is shown that in this particular case, the Yang-Mills theory is reduced to Poisson theory, which describes the electrostatic and magnetostatic phenomena. In the present work it is shown that in a certain region of the parameters of the capacitor of the Yang-Mills theory on the functional properties of the charge accumulation and retention of the field is similar to the capacitor of the electrostatic field or a magnet in magnetostatics. This means that in nature there are two types of charges, which are sources of macroscopic Yang-Mills field, which are similar to the properties of electric and magnetic charges in the Poisson theory. It is shown that in Yang-Mills only one type of charge may be associated with the distribution density of the substance, while another type of charge depends on the charge distribution of the first type. This allows us to provide an explanation for the lack of symmetry between electric and magnetic charges
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YANG-MILLS FIELD AMPLIFIER

abstract 1111507077 issue 111 pp. 1200 – 1226 30.09.2015 ru 1047
The article presents a project of the Yang-Mills amplifier. Amplifier model is a multilayer spherical shell with increasing density towards the center. In the center of the amplifier is the core of high-density material. It is shown that in such a system, the amplitude of the Yang-Mills waves rises from the periphery to the center of several orders of magnitude. The role of the Yang-Mills field in the processes occurring in the nuclei of galaxies, stars and planets is discussed. The data modeling to strengthen the Yang-Mills field in the bowels of the planet, with an atomic explosion, and in some special devices such as the voltaic pile. To describe the mechanism of amplification chromodynamics field used as accurate results in Yang-Mills theory and numerical models developed based on an average and the exact equations as well. Among the exact solutions of the special role played by the centralsymmetric metric describing the contribution of the Yang-Mills field in the speed of recession of galaxies. Among the approximate numerical models can be noted the eight-scalar model we have developed for the simulation of non-linear color oscillations and chaos in the Yang-Mills theory. Earlier models were investigated spatio-temporal oscillations of the YangMills theory in the case of three and eight colors. The results of numerical simulation show that the nonlinear interaction does not lead to a spatial mixing of colors as it might be in the case of turbulent diffusion. Depending on the system parameters there is a suppression of the amplitude of the oscillations the first three by five colors or vice versa. The kinetic energy fluctuations or shared equally between the color components, or dominated by the kinetic energy of repressed groups of colors. In the present study, we found that amplification chromodynamic field leads to a sharp increase in the amplitude of the suppressed color, which can lead to an increase in entropy, excitation of nuclear reactions and decays particles
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VORTEX TURBULENT FLOWS IN ATMOSPHERES OF PLANETS AND ON THE SUN

abstract 1341710109 issue 134 pp. 1387 – 1411 29.12.2017 ru 113
In this work, we consider two types of vortex currents-cyclones and anticyclones in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. Numerical modeling of turbulent flows of these types uses the model of the planetary boundary layer developed by the author. The purpose of the study is to test hypotheses about the influence of the Coriolis force on the formation of cyclones and anticyclones in the northern and southern latitudes. The first hypothesis on the direction of circulation in cyclones was verified in the case of axisymmetric radially converging and vertically rising turbulent flows with a natural Coriolis parameter and viscosity. From the obtained data of numerical experiments, it follows that the current in the northern latitudes circulates in a counter clockwise direction, and in the south - in a clockwise direction, in full accordance with the observational data. Thus, we have shown that a cyclonic flow is formed in a turbulent radially converging flow under the influence of the Coriolis force. The second hypothesis on the formation of anticyclones was verified in the case of radially divergent and vertically descending turbulent flows. Because of numerical experiments, it was established that in this case, the current in the northern latitudes circulates clockwise, and in the south - in a counter clockwise direction, which corresponds to observations for anticyclones. To test the effect of the cyclone (anticyclone) center velocity on circulation, a nonstationary 3D model of turbulent flow was developed. Within the framework of this model, flows in cyclones and anticyclones moving at a constant speed, as well as in shear flow, are studied. Some types of loop protuberances on the Sun are explained by the presence of a vortex turbulent flow starting in the bowels of the Sun and encompassing the chromosphere
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TURBULENCE THEORY AND ROUGHNESS DENSITY EFFECT MODEL

abstract 0581004023 issue 58 pp. 348 – 382 28.04.2010 ru 2196
The model of the turbulent boundary layer over a rough surface is presented. The model is based on the special type of transformation of the Navier-Stokes equation. The turbulent boundary layer in this model is considered as a flow above the rough surface gener-ated by the viscous sublayer (the dynamic roughness effect). The roughness density effect on the shift of the mean velocity logarithmic profile has been estimated in the case of 2D and 3D roughness elements
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THEORY OF TURBULENCE AND SIMULATION OF TURBULENT TRANSPORT IN THE ATMOSPHERE PART 3

abstract 0591005014 issue 59 pp. 219 – 243 31.05.2010 ru 1826
The completely closed model of wall turbulence was derived directly from the Navier-Stokes equation. The fundamental constants of wall turbulence including the Karman constant have been calculated within a theory. This model has been developed also for the accelerated and non-isothermal turbulent boundary layer flows over rough surface
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THEORY OF TURBULENCE AND SIMULATION OF TURBULENT TRANSPORT IN THE ATMOSPHERE PART 6

abstract 0601006031 issue 60 pp. 469 – 491 29.06.2010 ru 1895
The model of continuous transition from the laminar flow to the turbulent flow is proposed and the theory of the spectral density of turbulent pulsation is given
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THEORY OF TURBULENCE AND SIMULATION OF TURBULENT TRANSPORT IN THE ATMOSPHERE PART 5

abstract 0601006030 issue 60 pp. 439 – 468 29.06.2010 ru 2187
Numerical solutions of equations system of turbulent transport of admixtures in a surface layer of the atmosphere and for a large scale have been studied
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THEORY OF TURBULENCE AND SIMULATION OF TURBULENT TRANSPORT IN THE ATMOSPHERE PART 4

abstract 0601006029 issue 60 pp. 412 – 438 29.06.2010 ru 2001
The completely closed model of wall turbulence was derived directly from the Navier-Stokes equation. The fundamental constants of wall turbulence including the Karman constant have been calculated within a theory. This model has been developed also for the accelerated and non-isothermal turbulent boundary layer flows over rough surface
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THEORY OF PHYSICAL CONSTANTS AND SUPERGRAVITY IN 112D

abstract 1181604078 issue 118 pp. 1223 – 1245 29.04.2016 ru 214
In this article we discuss a version of the metric theory of the fundamental interactions in which it is assumed that the physical constants due to the presence of extra dimensions of space-time. The estimation of the number of physical constants based on the theory of supergravity in 112D is that the minimum number of constants is equal to 222, and the maximum number - 1404928. At present, the number of parameters that characterize the elementary particles, isotopes and chemical elements is about 150920. This number is 9.3 less than the maximum possible number of parameters that indicate still great potential of modern science. Functions describing the area and volume of a unit hypersphere, embedded in a Riemannian space of arbitrary dimension, were used to find the fundamental physical constants. A satisfactory agreement with a relative error of 0.03% calculated and experimental values of the fine structure constant found out. For the ratio of the average mass of a nucleon to the electron mass is obtained coincidence with the experimental value with an accuracy of 0.002%. The proposed theory of physical constants different from that Bartini theory that established the optimal dimension of the space is a hypersphere 5 and 7, rather than 6 as in Bartini theory. The problems of the compactification of extra dimensions in describing the motion in fourdimensional space-time are discussed
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THEORY OF ELECTROMAGNETIC DRIVE WITH ELEMENTARY PARTICLES CURRENT AND VACUUM POLARIZATION

abstract 1151601080 issue 115 pp. 1246 – 1268 27.01.2016 ru 328
The article discusses a model of rocket motor of electromagnetic type, consisting of a source of electromagnetic radio frequency oscillations and the conical cavity, in which electromagnetic waves are excited. We have created a multi-dimensional transient numerical model describing the process of establishing electromagnetic oscillations in the resonator, taking into account the finite conductivity of the walls. Separately, the standing waves in the cavity with conducting walls have been simulated. It is shown that the oscillations mode in the conducting resonator different from that in an ideal resonator, both in a case of steady and unsteady waves. We have built a dynamic model taking into account the thermal conductivity and electrical conductivity of the walls, waves and particles emission and vacuum polarization. We have also developed a dynamic model enables to optimize a thrust force on a considerable number of parameters without the involvement of the hypotheses about the physics of the phenomenon. We run the optimization of the operating parameters of the device, namely by the excitation frequency, the frequency of the modulating signal, the magnitude of heat losses of electromagnetic energy by thermal radiation in the IR spectrum, the parameters of forced heat transfer and the temperature dependence of the resistance of the material of the cavity walls. It is found that the pulse modulation greatly improves the efficiency of conversion of electromagnetic energy into thrust. The mechanism of formation of traction, adjusting the metrics of space-time, the current contribution of elementary particles, the Yang-Mills and electromagnetic fields is proposed. It is shown that the contribution of the elementary particles in the thrust force is proportional to the electrical conductivity of the system multiplied by Abraham force
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