Numeric Simulation on the Waves from Artificial Anti-gravity upon General Theory of Relativity
This paper reports the algorithm, the input data and the result of the numeric simulation on the flows of the waves emitted from a rotating object that forms the artificial anti-gravity. First, an object with a heavy mass is placed in the 4-dimensional time and space, which is described by a fundamental tensor. Then the first-order derivative of the tensor describes the gravity, and the second-order derivative describes the waves. If the gravity created by the heavy mass is strong enough, time and space become dependent on each other. The input data for the simulation are discrete numbers that surrogate the infinity of the 4-dimensional time-space. The object is assumed to rotate and the tensor equations are solved. Then the coefficients are calculated, which present physical properties of the waves. The result of the simulation shows that the rotating object emits the waves with positive and negative energy intensities, and they have the spin angular momentum that changes its spinning direction upon the selection of the rotation-speed of the object.
distorted Time and Space, general Theory of Relativity, curvature Tensor, article
Matsuki Y. Numeric Simulation on the Waves from Artificial Anti-gravity upon General Theory of Relativity / Yoshio Matsuki, Petro Ivanovich Bidyuk // Advances in Science, Technology and Engineering Systems Journal. - 2021. - Vol. 6, Issue 5. - Р. 158-166. - https://doi.org/10.25046/aj060518