Scientific Journal of KubSAU

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of Kuban State Agrarian University
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Trunev Aleksandr Petrovich

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DYNAMICS OF THE GEOMAGNETIC FIELD AND REVERSALS IN THE SATELLITE MODEL

abstract 1211607132 issue 121 pp. 2069 – 2089 30.09.2016 ru 166
The article deals with the problem of changing the polarity of the geomagnetic field in the satellite model. It is assumed that the central core of the earth magnetized and surrounded by a number of satellites, each of which has a magnetic moment. Satellites interact with a central core and one another by means of gravity and through a magnetic field. It is shown that satellites distributed in orbit around a central core in such a system. It displays two models, one of which on the outer orbit satellites interact with each other and with a central body - the core and satellites, located on the inner orbit. The central body can make sudden upheavals in the fall at the core of one or more satellites, which leads to the excitation of vibrations in the satellite system, located on the outer orbit. It is shown that the duration of phase with constant polarity and upheaval time depends on the magnitude of the disturbance torque and core asymmetry. The second model contains two magnets subsystems and the central core. The rapid change of the geomagnetic field polarity detected on the basis of paleomagnetic data is modeled based on the Euler theory describing the rigid body rotation. In this model, there are modes with a quick flip of the body while maintaining the angular momentum. If the body has a magnetic moment, when there is a change coup magnetic field polarity. This leads to the excitation of vibrations in the satellite subsystems that are on the inner and outer orbits. Numerical simulation of the dynamics of the system consisting of the core and 10-13 satellites was run to determine the period of constant polarity magnetic field
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DYNAMICS OF THE GEOMAGNETIC FIELD AND SUPERGRAVITY IN 112D

abstract 1191605095 issue 119 pp. 1420 – 1441 31.05.2016 ru 129
The paper deals with the problem of changing the polarity of the geomagnetic field as a problem of a unified field theory and supergravity in the 112D. Investigated centrally symmetric metric depends on the radial coordinate in the observable physical space of one of the worlds. The equation that relates the magnetic field of the planet with a gravitational field in 5D has been derived. The problem of changing the polarity of the magnetic field of the Earth discussed. The rapid change of the geomagnetic field polarity detected on the basis of paleomagnetic data is modeled as a movement on a hypersphere in the 112D, which corresponds to 110 corners. The simplest example of such a movement in the case of the three angles is the Euler model that describes the rigid body rotation. In this model, there are modes with a quick flip of the body while conservation of the angular momentum. If the body has a magnetic moment, when such a change occurs flip of the magnetic field. It is assumed that the central core of the earth is magnetized and surrounded by a number of satellites, each of which has a magnetic moment. Satellites interact with a central core and one another by means of gravity and through a magnetic field. The central core may sudden flip, as in the Euler model. It is shown that the duration of phase with constant polarity and upheaval time depends on the magnitude of the disturbance torque and core asymmetry. We discuss Einstein's hypothesis about the origin of the magnetic field when rotating the neutral masses. It is shown that the motion on a hypersphere in the 112D has the effect of a magnetic field due to the interaction of nucleons in nuclei. Such magnetic field is most evident for iron, cobalt and nickel - elements are consisting of the Earth's core
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EARTHQUAKE FORECAST ON ASTRONOMICAL DATA USING THE ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM

abstract 0520908013 issue 52 pp. 172 – 194 30.10.2009 ru 2471
The earthquake forecast model based on the astronomical data using the artificial intelligence system is developed
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EARTHQUAKE PREDICTION FOR THE CALIFORNIA'S SAN ANDREAS SPLIT USING AUTOMATIC SYSTEM COGNITIVE ANALYSIS

abstract 0911307093 issue 91 pp. 1310 – 1365 30.09.2013 ru 1542
On the basis of local semantic information of the models of California the dependence of parameters seismic activity on the position of the space objects has been investigated and the model of short-term earthquake prediction has been created. The formal criteria of astronomical parameters of high informative value in the preparation and implementation of earthquakes have been established. On the example of semantic models, we have developed criteria for seismic hazard zones for individual study of the region of California 2x2 degrees of longitude and latitude with regard to the intended depth of the hypo-center and magnitude of possible earthquakes
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EINSTEIN, SCHROEDINGER, AND ATOM

abstract 0971403094 issue 97 pp. 1378 – 1402 31.03.2014 ru 1267
In this paper, we consider gravitation theory in multidimensional space. The model of the metric satisfying the basic requirements of quantum theory is proposed. It is shown that gravitational waves are described by the Liouville equation and the Schrodinger equation as well. The solutions of the Einstein equations describing the stationary states of arbitrary quantum and classical systems with central symmetry have been obtained. Einstein’s atom model has been developed, and proved that atoms and atomic nuclei can be represented as standing gravitational waves
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ELECTRIC CHARGE IN 6D

abstract 1041410152 issue 104 pp. 2172 – 2195 30.12.2014 ru 573
Wave solutions of Einstein's equations in the sixdimensional space-time with metric signature (+, +, +, -, -, -) have been found. It is shown that solutions of this type can be used to model the structure of the electric charge
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ELECTRON STRUCTURE AND THE YANGMILLS THEORY

abstract 1171603061 issue 117 pp. 951 – 976 31.03.2016 ru 255
We have studied the question of the electromagnetic structure of a relativistic electron in connection with the Yang-Mills theory. From the Lorentz electrodynamics equations of and Dirac electron theory derived an equation describing nonlinear waves of the scalar potential. It is shown that this equation is similar to the equation describing the dynamics of the condensate in the Yang-Mills theory. There is also the connection to the Schrödinger equation: the scalar potential is a complex function, similar to the wave function in the Schrödinger theory. The model discussed electron is a solitary wave that occurs in the electromagnetic field. This wave has the properties of charged particles, able to interact with the external electric and magnetic field. An analytical solution describing solitary electromagnetic waves traveling at a speed less than the speed of light has been obtained. The existence of solitary electromagnetic waves consistent with the Hertz's hypothesis that suggested that cathode rays are a form of wave motion in an electromagnetic field. The proposed model of the electromagnetic structure of the electron thus solves the problem of duality wave-particle, which historically arose in the interpretation of experiments with cathode rays. Numerical modeling of electromagnetic electron structure shows that the initial state such as a spherical shell is unstable and disintegrates into a pair of nonlinear waves that leave the system with the speed of light. In the decay of the initial state concentrated in the neighborhood of the origin, waves of complex part of potential disappear with time, but a real part of the potential it tends to equilibrium
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EMERGENCE PARAMETER OF CLASSICAL AND QUANTUM STATISTICAL SYSTEMS

abstract 0901306014 issue 90 pp. 215 – 236 30.06.2013 ru 1508
In this article we give a generalization of Hartley's model for the measure of information. We propose a rate of emergence, which is applicable to systems obeying classical or quantum statistics. Quantum sys-tems that obey Fermi-Dirac statistics and Bose-Einstein condensate, as well as classical systems obey-ing the Maxwell-Boltzmann statistics have been con-sidered. We found that the emergence parameter of quantum and classical systems differ as well as the emergence parameter of quantum systems of fermions and bosons. Consequently, the emergence parameter might be used to distinguish the classical system and quantum system, as well as quantum system of fermions and the quantum system of bosons
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EXITATION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION, NUCLEAR REACTION AND PARTICLES DECAY BY THE ACCELERATION

abstract 1091505090 issue 109 pp. 1279 – 1300 29.05.2015 ru 1132
The article discusses the excitation of electromagnetic radiation, nuclear reactions and decays of particles by the acceleration of charges, atomic nuclei and the macroscopic volumes of matter. The motion of charged particles in a magnetic trap used for plasma confinement was computed. We propose a model of the electromagnetic radiation of a charge moving in a non-inertial reference frame in general relativity. We have also constructed a theory of perturbation with using a wave equation with small parameters, taking into account a characteristic radius of the trajectory of the electrons as they move in a magnetic field. It was found that in the first approximation, the radiation back-reaction force depends on the acceleration of the charge. For the simulating of processes in hadrons and nuclei we used Yang-Mills theory and the metric, describes the acceleration and rotating reference frame in general relativity. We consider the scalar glueball model for an arbitrary dependence of acceleration and angular velocity of the system on time. The numerical model of wave propagation in non-inertial reference frame for the geometry of system of one, two or three spatial dimensions was tested. In the numerical experiments shown that the acceleration of the system leads to instability, leading to an unlimited increase in the amplitude of waves, which is interpreted as a decay of system. It was found that there are critical values of acceleration above which the instability develops
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FARADAY'S MAGNETIC UNIVERSES

abstract 1141510105 issue 114 pp. 1449 – 1475 30.12.2015 ru 609
The question of construction of electrodynamics in the framework of the metric theory of gravitation is discussed. It is shown that the energy-momentum tensor of the electromagnetic field creates a space in which Faraday's law of induction is true. In such a space the scalar curvature vanishes identically, although space contains matter in the form of an electromagnetic field. It is proposed to call such space Faraday's magnetic universe as historically Faraday first established experimentally that "empty space is a magnet." We consider the metric of the expanding universe and metrics that describe the local gravitational field in the Newtonian theory. It was established that the field equations in spaces containing matter only in the form of an electromagnetic field in these metrics are reduced to hyperbolic equations describing the propagation of waves at the speed of light. However, in the field containing matter, the field equations are the equations of parabolic type, which describe diffusion or probability waves of Schrödinger quantum theory type. It is assumed that the potentials of the two metrics are connected, as with the potentials of the electromagnetic field, and the potentials of the Yang-Mills theory. Hence, the total output for all interactions law establishing the primacy of the gravitational field as the fundamental interaction, generating other interactions
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