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Critical Study of ŋ-Ricci Soliton on f-Kenmotsu Manifolds

The objective of the paper is to study ŋ -Ricci soliton on an Einstein like Ricci tensor in f-Kenmotsu manifold. Further we have study curvature tensor R satisfying generalised recurrent , R(U1 , U2) . Mp= 0 and Mp (ɻ,U1) . S = 0. Author (s) Details G. S. Shivaprasanna Department of Mathematics, Dr. Ambedkar…
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January 14, 2021 0

Entropy of Irreversible Processes across a Boundary

Different from the traditional theory of irreversible thermodynamics, a novel approach has been provided for calculating the entropy associated with irreversible processes. It allows for a clear relation, in terms of observable properties, between heat and work transfers in irreversible processes and those in reversible changes. The same technique is applied to thermodynamic state construction…
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The Pure Gases’ Thermophysical Data Computer Aided Analysis

In order to investigate molecular interactions and cluster parameters, a computer-aided analysis of thermophysical data from electronic databases for pure gases has been developed. As an advanced forum for education in thermodynamics, pure gases can be used. This method is based on the corresponding expansion of thermophysical values by degrees of monomer fraction density in…
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January 14, 2021 0

An Overview of Nature’s Particulate Matter with and without Charge and Travelling

In wind flows, natural and anthropogenic particles can travel long distances, but negative electrical charge can increase dispersion due to friction. As can be seen by disasters such as Chernobyl in Russia with around 6000 kilometres or the Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster in Fukushima, Japan, which covers almost the entire Northern Hemisphere or more…
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A Recent Study on Frequency-dependent Squeezing Generation with EPR Entanglement

The sensitivity of gravitational wave interferometric detectors is ultimately limited by the quantum noise, which arises from the quantum nature of light and it is driven by vacuum fluctuations of the optical field entering from the dark port of the interferometer. One way to improve the sensitivity of gravitational wave interferometers is to inject squeezed…
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Negative Weight Modular Forms and Black Hole Entropy: Logarithmic Corrections

We present a method of finding logarithmic corrections, up to an arbitrary order, of different quantities, such as black hole entropy in extreme CFT, or the entropy of p-branes compactified on a Kaluza-Klein space-time, by way of an elementary observation on the equivalent formulation of a certain asymptoticity in terms of a Bessel equation. In…
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General Review of Theory, Experiment, and History of Electrogravitics & Electrokinetics Propulsion

T can be traced to electrogravitics and electrokinetics. The first essay by Townsend Brown, “How I Control Gravity” (Science and Invention, 1929) with the “molecular gravitors” mysterious alignment. Brown stated that when the “differently charged elements” were aligned with the voltage source, the dielectrics had high propulsive power. In the article “Gravity Nullified: Quartz Crystals…
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January 14, 2021 0

Discussion on the Energy Conservation Paradox of Quantum Physics

This paper claims that quantum theory falls into a fundamental conflict with the concepts of energy conservation inferred from the interacting systems’ statistical evolution. By the principles of Lagrangian mechanics, the gist is the energy of processes, leaving their energy associated with phase flows of non-invariant phase volume out of account. The quantum theory takes…
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January 14, 2021 0

The Emergence and Evolution of the Universe Lev Z.

The world’s cosmological representation is complemented by the incorporation of virtual objects, mass defect phenomena, entropic interaction, and bifurcation. Space is known as an infinite homogeneous multiplicity of virtual point objects with a certain energy during the time before the emergence of our Universe and are capable of transitioning into a real state of certain…
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Discussion on the Problem of Eigenschaften in Quantum and Classical Mechanics

We argue that measurements in quantum mechanics, unlike classical physics, can provide concurrent information on all relevant relative amplitudes (pure states and transitions between them) and all relevant relative phases at the same time. Because measurement changes the state of the system, simultaneity is required (in both quantum and in classical physics). We call it…
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