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Diagnostic Methods for Planar Optical Waveguides
J. Ctyroky,J. Janta,M. Skalsky,J. Schrofel
Radioengineering , 1994,
Abstract: Basic diagnostic methods for examining planar optical waveguides, namely the mode spectroscopy for determining the propagation constants of waveguide modes and two methods for measurement of attenuation coefficient of a waveguide or loss in some waveguide components, are presented. A promising advanced method ¢ € ” optical coherence-domain reflectometry ¢ € ” is briefly mentioned.
A source of the inertial and gravitational properties of the matter objects
V. Skalsky
Advanced Studies in Theoretical Physics , 2012,
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The quantum-relativistic dynamics of the Universe
V. Skalsky
Advanced Studies in Theoretical Physics , 2012,
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The only non-contradictory model of universe
V. Skalsky
Physics , 2000,
Abstract: The Friedmann equations of universe dynamics describe the infinite number of the Friedmannian models of universe. The consistent and distinguished relativistic, classical-mechanical, quantum-mechanical and formal-logical analysis of the Friedmannian universe models leads to a surprising and unexpected conclusion: The Friedmannian model of the flat expansive homogeneous and isotropic universe with the zero gravitational force state equation is the only model of universe, which does not contradict the: 1st Einstein general theory of relativity (and its special partial solutions: the Einstein special theory of relativity and the Newton theory of gravitation); 2nd quantum mechanics; 3rd fundamental formal principles of logical thinking; and 4th observations.
Problems of the matter increase in our observed expansive and isotropic relativistic Universe
V. Skalsky
Physics , 2000,
Abstract: The increase in mass of our observed expansive and isotropic relativistic Universe in the present relativistic cosmology is explained by the extensive assumption of the matter objects emerging on the horizon (of the most remote visibility). However, the physical analysis unambiguously shows that this assumption contradicts the theory of relativity, quantum mechanics, classical mechanics and observations.
Deductive-reductive determination of the model of our observed Universe
V. Skalsky
Physics , 2000,
Abstract: According to the observations, in our expansive and isotropic relativistic Universe for the gravitational phenomena in a Newtonian approximation the Newtonian non-modified relations are valid. The Friedmann general equations of isotropic and homogeneous universe dynamics describe an infinite number of models of expansive and isotropic relativistic universe in the Newtonian approximation, but only in one of them the Newtonian non-modified relations are valid. These facts give - till now not considered - possibility for unambiguous deductive-reductive determination of the Friedmannian model, which describes our observed Universe.
A problem of hypothetical emerging of cosmic background radiation photons on horizon in the standard model of universe
V. Skalsky
Physics , 2000,
Abstract: The present temperature of cosmic background radiation and the present number density of photons of cosmic background radiation in the observed expansive and isotropic relativistic Universe is in the standard model of universe explained by the assumption of emergence of the photons of cosmic background radiation on the horizon (of the most remote visibility). However, the physical analysis shows unambiguously that this assumption contradicts the special theory of relativity and the quantum mechanics.
A problem of hypothetical emerging of matter objects on horizon in the standard model of universe
V. Skalsky
Physics , 1999,
Abstract: In the standard model of universe the increase in mass of our observed expansive Universe is explained by the assumption of emerging the matter objects on the horizon (of the most remote visibility). However, the physical analysis of the influence of this assumption on the velocity of matter objects shows unambiguously that this hypothetical assumption contradicts the theory of gravity.
The Planck quantum hypothesis and the Friedmannian models of flat universe
V. Skalsky
Physics , 2000,
Abstract: Only one model from an infinite number of the Friedmannian models of flat expansive isotropic and homogeneous universe satisfies the assumptions resulting from the Planck quantum hypothesis.
The gauge factor increase and the hypothetical emerging of the matter objects on the horizon in the standard model of universe
V. Skalsky
Physics , 2000,
Abstract: In the standard model of universe the increase in mass of our observed expansive and isotropic relativistic Universe is explained by the hypothetical assumption of matter objects emerging on the horizon (of the most remote visibility). However, the mathematical-physical analysis of the increase of Universe gauge factor shows that this hypothetical assumption is non-compatible with the variants of the standard model of universe by which - according to the standard model of universe - can be described the expansive evolution of the Universe.
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