Bulletin of the American Physical Society
APS April Meeting 2019
Volume 64, Number 3
Saturday–Tuesday, April 13–16, 2019; Denver, Colorado
Session K01: Poster Session II (14:00-17:00)
Sunday, April 14, 2019
Sheraton Room: Plaza Foyer
Abstract: K01.00050 : Gravitational radiation and nuclear fusion
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Earlier papers propose a model of a particle that enables calculation of the quantum states generated by the gravitational interaction. It results n a spectrum of stationary states in the proper gravitational field at numerical values of K~5.1*1031 Nm2kg-2 and L=4.4*1029 m-2.
It is believed that according to GR, only system with variable quadrupole or higher multipole moments can generate gravitational radiation. The fallacy of this formula lies not in using the quadrupole approximation but rather in the calculation scheme. The presence of stationary states in the proper gravitational field makes it possible to calculate the power of gravitational radiation using the constant K. A system can emit only in certain quantum states. No gravitational waves with the constant G allegedly emitted by a system of bodies with a variable yet arbitrary quadrupole moment exist or can exist.
Gravitational radiation can be excited in a dense high-temperature plasma. Its amplification will cause the radiating system to compress. The quantitative characteristics of the spectrum of gravitational radiation can be determined by the broadening of the spectrum of electromagnetic radiation. The plasma compression by a radiated gravitational field can be used for the purpose of thermonuclear fusion.
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