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Physical nature of mass

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In 2010 (No. 12), in the All-Russian scientific and technical journal Flight (journal of the Organ of the Russian Academy of Cosmonautics named after KE Tsiolkovsky and the Academy of Sciences of Aviation and Aeronautics) an article Physical nature of mass by Gennady Fedorovich ANDRONOV, Gennady Petrovich EZHOV, Boris Khamitovich SALATOV was published. The authors discuss the theory by Vasily Yanchilin.

ANDRONOV Gennady Fedorovich: Head of the Design Bureau of the Open Joint Stock Company “Dolgoprudnensky Scientific and Industrial Enterprise”, Candidate of Technical Sciences

EZHOV Gennady Petrovich: General Director of the Open Joint Stock Company “Dolgoprudnensky Scientific and Industrial Enterprise”, Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences

SALATOV Boris Khamitovich: Assistant to the General Director of the Open Joint Stock Company “Dolgoprudnensky Scientific and Industrial Enterprise”, Doctor of Technical Sciences

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Yanchilin proposed an interesting and effective method for investigating gravitational fields [9]. He advises considering the weakness of gravitational fields in many areas of the Universe. The parameter of the power of a gravitational field is the value fM/(RC2). In this expression, f is the gravitational constant; M and R are the mass and radius of a massive object creating a gravitational field. On Earth’s surface this parameter is 7∙10-10, and on the surface of the Sun it is only 2∙10-6.

In view of the smallness of the parameter fM/(RC2), VL. Yanchilin proposed using the expression for the analysis of gravitational fields

(1 + α) p = (1 +  α p),                                                                                                                                                                      (4)

where α, p are arbitrary numbers.

This expression is valid only under the condition α << 1.

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References

  1. Yanchilin VL. Mystery of gravity. Moscow: New Center, 2004

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