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SORIN-CEZAR COŞOFREŢ

Theory of Gravitation

Editura  ELKADOT

-Iaşi, 2007-

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COŞOFREŢ, SORIN CEZAR

        Theory of gravitation / Sorin Cezar Coşofreţ. - Iaşi : Elkadot, 2007

        Bibliogr.

        ISBN 978-973-88407-2-0

531.5:524.8

ISBN 978-973-88407-2-0

Editura ELKADOT Iaşi

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CONTENTS

Introduction

Physical and theoretical framework of the theory of planetary vortexes

1

 

CHAPTER I -Motion of planets

4

 

1.1 General equation of motion in theory of planetary vortexes

4

 

1.2 Motion in central forces field

8

 

1.3 Law of forces and field structure in the theory of planetary vortexes

11

 

1.4 Comparison between the Newtonian theory and the theory of planetary vortexes. Perihelion advance

13

 

1.5 Estimated value of constant θS by measuring the perihelion advance

16

 

1.6 Duration of revolution in the case of periodical motions

18

 

1.7 Perturbed movement of the planets

21

 

1.8 Differential equation of trajectory

22

 

CHAPTER II - Cometary’s motion

27

 

2.1 Fragmentation of comets

27

 

2.2 Formation of cometary’s tails

30

 

2.3 Acceleration of particles in cometary’s tails of type I

35

 

2.4 Formation of meteorites currents

39

 

2.5 Shape of cometary’s orbits

41

 

CHAPTER III – Theory of planetary vortex and other theories of gravitation

45

3.1 Photon deviation in a gravitational field

45

3.2. Red shifting of spectrum lines in intense gravitational fields

48


3.3 Motion in a field with variable G0

48

3.4 Equivalence: inert mass – gravitational mass

49

CHAPTER IV – Other effects described or foreseen in vortex theory

53

4.1 Motion of a particle with variable density in the vortex field

53

4.2 Expansion of planets (of the Earth)

56

4.3 Reconstruction of ,,old” Earth - Motion in compressible fluids

60

4.4. Rotational motion within galaxies

62

4.5. Theory of vortex and Solar System formation

68

4.6. Persistence and stability of rotation motion in vortex theory

73

4.7. Appearance of rotation within cosmic system

74

4.8 Anisotropy of cosmic rays

75

4.9 Pioneer 10 and 11 acceleration anomaly

80

4.10 The Virial Theorem and the Problem of dark matter

84

4.11 Motion in vortex rings

85

CHAPTER  V Mathematical addendum

87

5.1 General equation of motion in the theory of planetary vortex

87

5.2 Structure of field and motion in a vortex

90

5.3 Motion equations in the case of a nucleus vortex

92

5.4 Determination of perihelion advance

95

5.5 Kelvin's Circulation Theorem

97

Bibliography

101

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