Hidden Mass Boson

ABSTRACT

The evidences of the hidden mass boson existence are presented following the fruitful ideas of M. Planck and A. Einstein and using empirical data of modern physics. Within this article main parameters of this mass particle are predicted and its possible structure is analyzed. Moreover, the close system of nonlinear conservative equations and the spread system of Maxwell linear equations are written in the frame of phenomenological description of the hidden mass continuous medium. The displacement current, the Umov-Pointing vector and the physical vacuum polarization have been described adequately in our paper. We discuss some applications of our methodology for simulations of nature and technical device processes. In particular, numerical solutions for cosmic jets and air breathing engines are shown.

The evidences of the hidden mass boson existence are presented following the fruitful ideas of M. Planck and A. Einstein and using empirical data of modern physics. Within this article main parameters of this mass particle are predicted and its possible structure is analyzed. Moreover, the close system of nonlinear conservative equations and the spread system of Maxwell linear equations are written in the frame of phenomenological description of the hidden mass continuous medium. The displacement current, the Umov-Pointing vector and the physical vacuum polarization have been described adequately in our paper. We discuss some applications of our methodology for simulations of nature and technical device processes. In particular, numerical solutions for cosmic jets and air breathing engines are shown.

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I. Jakovlevich and M. Konstantinovich, "Hidden Mass Boson,"*Journal of Modern Physics*, Vol. 3 No. 8, 2012, pp. 686-693. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2012.38093.

I. Jakovlevich and M. Konstantinovich, "Hidden Mass Boson,"

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