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Gauge Symmetry and GravitoElectromagnetism, arXiv:grqc/0003115 v2 22 Sep 2000
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"... Abstract. A tensor description of perturbative Einsteinian gravity about an arbitrary background spacetime is developed. By analogy with the covariant laws of electromagnetism in spacetime, gravitoelectromagnetic potentials and fields are defined to emulate electromagnetic gauge transformations und ..."
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Abstract. A tensor description of perturbative Einsteinian gravity about an arbitrary background spacetime is developed. By analogy with the covariant laws of electromagnetism in spacetime, gravitoelectromagnetic potentials and fields are defined to emulate electromagnetic gauge transformations
Research Article Representation of electromagnetic and gravitoelectromagnetic Poynting theorems
"... Abstract:This study investigates whether the electromagnetic and gravitoelectromagnetic energy conservation equations are obtained together by using octonion algebra or not. Maxwell and Maxwelllike equations for linear gravity with magnetic monopole terms are used in the SI unit system. A new compl ..."
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Abstract:This study investigates whether the electromagnetic and gravitoelectromagnetic energy conservation equations are obtained together by using octonion algebra or not. Maxwell and Maxwelllike equations for linear gravity with magnetic monopole terms are used in the SI unit system. A new
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"... The VacuumLattice model – a new route to longitudinal gravitoelectromagnetism ..."
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The VacuumLattice model – a new route to longitudinal gravitoelectromagnetism
1 ELECTROMAGNETISM EXPLAINED BY THE THEORY OF INFORMATONS
"... The “theory of informatons ” explains the electromagnetic interactions by the hypothesis that “einformation ” is the substance of electromagnetic fields. The constituent element of that substance is called “an informaton”. The theory starts from the idea that any material object manifests itself in ..."
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information generated by other charged objects; and photons are identified as informatons carrying a quantum of energy, what allows us to understand the strange behaviour of light as described by QEM. Key words: electromagnetism, gravitoelectromagnetism, informatons.
Experimental verification of a classical model of gravitation
 Progress in Physics
"... A previously proposed model of gravitation is evaluated according to recent tests of higher order gravitational effects such as for gravitoelectromagnetic phenomena and the properties of binary pulsars. It is shown that the model complies with all the tests. 1 ..."
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A previously proposed model of gravitation is evaluated according to recent tests of higher order gravitational effects such as for gravitoelectromagnetic phenomena and the properties of binary pulsars. It is shown that the model complies with all the tests. 1
Classification of Electromagnetic and Gravitational Hopfions by Algebraic Type
"... We extend the definition of hopfions to include a class of spinh fields and use this to introduce the electromagnetic and gravitational hopfions of different algebraic types. The fields are constructed through the Penrose contour integral transform, thus the singularities of the generating functio ..."
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functions are directly related to the geometry of the resulting physical fields. We discuss this relationship and how the topological structure of the fields is related to the Robinson congruence. Since the topology appears in the lines of force for both electromagnetism and gravity, the gravitoelectromagnetic
Rotation Effects and The GravitoMagnetic Approach
, 2008
"... Gravitoelectromagnetism is somewhat ubiquitous in relativity. In fact, there are many situations where the effects of gravitation can be described by formally introducing ”gravitoelectric ” and ”gravitomagnetic” fields, starting from the corresponding potentials, in analogy with the electromagnet ..."
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Gravitoelectromagnetism is somewhat ubiquitous in relativity. In fact, there are many situations where the effects of gravitation can be described by formally introducing ”gravitoelectric ” and ”gravitomagnetic” fields, starting from the corresponding potentials, in analogy
Angular Symmetry Breaking Induced by Electromagnetic Field
, 2008
"... It is well known that velocities does not commute in presence of an electromagnetic field. This property implies that angular algebra symmetries, such as the sO(3) and Lorentz algebra symmetries, are broken. To restore these angular symmetries we show the necessity of adding the Poincaré momentum M ..."
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It is well known that velocities does not commute in presence of an electromagnetic field. This property implies that angular algebra symmetries, such as the sO(3) and Lorentz algebra symmetries, are broken. To restore these angular symmetries we show the necessity of adding the Poincaré momentum M
1 Sedeonic equations of
"... In present paper we develop the description of massless fields on the basis of spacetime algebra of sixteencomponent sedeons. The generalized sedeonic secondorder equation for unified gravitoelectromagnetic (GE) field describing simultaneously weak gravity and electromagnetism is proposed. The r ..."
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In present paper we develop the description of massless fields on the basis of spacetime algebra of sixteencomponent sedeons. The generalized sedeonic secondorder equation for unified gravitoelectromagnetic (GE) field describing simultaneously weak gravity and electromagnetism is proposed
The Sagnac Effect in curved spacetimes from an analogy with the AharonovBohm Effect
, 2008
"... In the context of the natural splitting, the standard relative dynamics can be expressed in terms of gravitoelectromagnetic fields, which allow to formally introduce a gravitomagnetic AharonovBohm effect. We showed elsewhere that this formal analogy can be used to derive the Sagnac effect in flat ..."
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In the context of the natural splitting, the standard relative dynamics can be expressed in terms of gravitoelectromagnetic fields, which allow to formally introduce a gravitomagnetic AharonovBohm effect. We showed elsewhere that this formal analogy can be used to derive the Sagnac effect
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