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Sep 29, 2018Open AccessArticle
A snapshot of the circular speed as a function of the radius in a spinninghomogeneous spherical universe was obtained using a massdependent characteristicacceleration in the Modified Newtonian Dynamics (MOND paradigm as a modified 2nd law of Newton) with and without considering the impact of the relativistic speed. To consider the impact of the relativistic speed the Extended Newtonian Theory (E ...
Dec 19, 2017Open AccessArticle
Intuition of many
different unsolved problems and questions remains the “sorest troubles” in
basis and applied sciences particular in physics today. Also presented physical
models doesn’t describe world’s
framework aright and these make lots of defects to understand sciences and
solve scientific problems. Therewith no one can formulate the complicate relation(s)
between all existences’ and sciences’ components. However, ...
Nov 14, 2017Open AccessArticle
The topic undertaken in this paper (and probably in some other papers if required for possible future debates) is multibranched and with various interrelations. It is concerned with the identification and correction of miscellaneous misinterpreted concepts, and with what may appear as some embezzling phenomena, in classical and relativistic mechanics. These include revising the concepts of the indepen ...
Aug 11, 2017Open AccessArticle
In this paper it is proposed that the mass of the bodies has its origin and nature in the reciprocal gravitational interactions between them; and also by some kind of effect over the size of the celestial bodies due to the very big distances in space, as seemed each other at a distance. In a Dynamic Theory of Gravitation [1], it is proved that the fundamental velocity is the escape velocity due to the apparent size of the interact ...
May 17, 2017Open AccessArticle
In this paper, it is proposed that the size of the classical
electron, which is a stable elemental particle with the smallest concentration
of matter in Nature, can be used to
explain the very big size of the Universe.
In order to reach that objective, the ...
Apr 26, 2017Open AccessArticle
The impact of the geometry on the gravitational force field and the impact of the mass beyond the test particle location were assessed in the rotation curve calculation of a hypothetical thin disk galaxy using Newtonian and Mondian dynamics. An effective equation for the characteristic acceleration of MOND was obtained based on the Mestel’s finite disk by normalizing the line mass density to the total mass of the galaxy and ...
Apr 29, 2016Open AccessArticle
In this paper, it is proved that the small deformation strain tensor can be
used instead the fundamental metric tensor of the General Theory of Relativity,
in order to formulate a Dynamic Theory of Gravitation. Also, a solution
of the velocity of the gravitational interactions is given in terms of the escape
velocity due to the apparent size of the heavenly bodies. This last paragraph is
the motivation and the importance of the study here p...
Mar 25, 2016Open AccessArticle
By analytically solving a corrected balance between the force given by
the Newton’s 2^{nd} law and the Newton gravitational force in polar
coordinates, an equation for the intrinsic (i.e. twobody problem) perihelion precession of the planets of the solar system was
obtained that when the Kepler’s 3^{rd} law is applied it coincides with
the equation resulting from Einstein GTR.
Mar 24, 2016Open AccessArticle
In this paper it is proposed that the ratio between the apparent radius
of any two celestial bodies separated by a very big distance, as seemed each
other at a distance, is numerically equal to the ratio of the respective real
values of their radius. That relationship is what is called in the paper the
Reciprocity Principle. In other words, the apparent size of heavenly bodies, as
seemed at a distance, plays a special role in the gravitational interactions.
This is so because of some kind of eff...
Jul 15, 2015Open AccessArticle
A updated numerical evaluation of the Newtonian component of Mercury’s
perihelion advance over more than two centuries starting from about the year
2000 is made using the Euler’s algorithm as well as a modified Euler algorithm.
Results are given for about the last 30 years of this interval which show that
the precession rate may be substantially higher than what it is believed to be.
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