The Unitary Quantum Theory and New Sources of Energy

Sapogin Leo Georgy, Ryabov Yuri Alexander, Boichenko Victor Alexander  © by the authors

ISBN: 978-1-940366-43-2
Published Date: October, 2015
Pages: 525
Paperback: $199
Publisher: Science Publishing Group
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Book Description

The book proposes the model of the unitary quantum field theory (UQT) where the particle is represented as a wave packet of some unified field. The frequency dispersion equation is chosen so that the packet periodically appears and disappears without changing its form. The envelope of the process is identified with a conventional wave function. The equations of such a field are nonlinear and relativistic invariant. With proper adjustments, they are reduced to Dirac, Schroedinger and Hamilton-Jacobi equations. The numbers of the new experimental effects are predicted both for high and low energies. It is calculated with big precision mass spectrum of the elementary particles and the fine structure constant. Also theoretical mass of the Higgs bozon-131.7 GeV was calculated. UQT explains the existents of the low energy nuclear reactions, of other exceptional phenomena and the possibility to create new sources of energy, for example E-cat Andrea Rossi.

Author Introduction

Sapogin Leo Georgy (1936) Mother--Pechorina Anna (1909), father--Sapogin Georgy (1905). Born on October 22, 1936 in Orel City, Russia; married on Dr. of Medicine Natsouk Vera; Father of Anastasiya (1977), Grandfather of Sonya Gol’tsova (1999). Now Sonya is most loved creature. Professor Sapogin now lives in Moscow, Russia. He began in 1954 to study in Taganrog Radio-technical University and graduated (Dept. of solid state physics) in 1959. He served during his military service from 1959 to 1972 at Ministry of Defence as the scientific adviser. Candidate of science (1966). He maintained (1971) the doctor degree in Leningrad State University. In 1972 to 1985, he was the Head of Theoretical Department in Russia Academy of Science. Since 1985 till present he is the Head of Physical Department of Technical University – MADI (Moscow Auto and Highway Construction Inst.). He is the author (or coauthor) of numerous (over 200) published scientific articles, 4 books, school supplies. He obtained (with V.Boichenko), first, very important scientific result: calculating (with accuracy more 0.3%) of the electrical electron charge and of the fine structure constant -1/137. He published (2005) in USA and Russia (together with Prof. Yu.Ryabov and V.Boichenko) the book named “Unitary Quantum Theory and New Source of Energy”. Together with Ryabov he calculated mass spectrum of elementary particles and mass bozon Higgs - 131.7 GeV. Professor L.Sapogin - academic of Russian Academy of Natural Science and World Academy of Complex Safety. He was honored with 7 medals and Orders. In addition to his interests in science and classical music, Professor L.Sapogin has an interest in mountaineering. During 1956-1996, he had more than 200 ascensions in Caucases, Tyan-Schan, Pamir and Alps. His biography is included in collection books of Who’s Who in the World (2006), of International Biographic Centre, Cambridge (2009) and of American Biographical Inst. (2009).

Ryabov Yuri Alexander (1923), academic (Russia Academia of Natural Science), Dd.Sc, Prof. Graduate 1950, Post-graduate 1953 (Moscow University, mech.-math. and phys. fac., astronomical sect.,dpt. Celestial Mechanics).Cand. Sc. 1953, Dr.Sc. 1963. Appointments: Junior Researcher (Moscow University, Astronomical Sternberg Inst.,dpt. Celestial Mechanics), 1953-1955. Docent (Moscow Energetic Inst. (correspondence), 1955-1960. Docent (Moscow University, Astronomical Sternberg Inst., dpt. Celestial Mechanics), 1960-1965. Head of dpt. Numerical Methods (Patrice Lumumba University), 1965-1971. Head of dpt. High Mathematics (Moscow Auto and Highway Construction Inst.), 1971-1993. Professor of the same dpt., 1993 till present). Author (or coauthor) of 17 scientific monographs and more 170 scientific articles, wide Science-for Laymen articles and books, School-Supplies on theory and applications of diff. equations, numerical methods, astronomy (celestial mechanics), mathematical physics. Membership: Intern. Astronomical Union, European Astronomical Society). Order of Patriotic war and other awards as participant of World War II. His biography is included in collection books of International Biographic Centre, Cambridge (2010) and of American Biographical Inst. (2006, 2006, 2007, 2010).

Boichenko Victor Alexander (1950). Graduate 1973, Moscow Phys.-Tech. Inst. Post-graduate student of Russian Science Academy (under leadership of Prof. L.G. Sapogin), 1973-1976. The scientific researcher of the complex Scientific Inst. (Russian Science Academy) in Khabarovsk, 1977. The scientific researcher of Inst of Control Science (Russian Science Academy), 1978-till now. Author of over 50 scientific researches. He developed together with L.G. Sapogin the bases of Unitary Quantum Theory and calculated (for the first time in physics science) the Fine Structure Constant and theoretical value of elementary electrical charge with precision 0.3% (in comparison with modern experimental value).

Table of Contents
  • Whole Book

  • Front Matter

  • Chapter 1 The Basis of Unitary Quantum Theory (UQT)

    1. 1.1 Some Difficulties in Standard Quantum Theory and Ideas for a New Approach
    2. 1.2 Further Inadequacies of Standard Quantum Mechanics and the Essence of a New Paradigm
    3. 1.3 Unitary Quantum Theory
    4. 1.4 Relativistic Invariance, Commutation Relations and Deriving the Value of the Fine Structure Constant
    5. 1.5 Interpretation of Unitary Quantum Theory
    6. 1.5.1 Non-relativistic Case
    7. 1.5.2 Relativistic Case
    8. 1.5.3 Possible Experimental Tests and Results
    9. 1.6 The Theory of Optimal Detector and Quantum Measurements
    10. 1.7 The Connection of UQT Equations with Telegraph Equations
    11. 1.8 Elementary Particle Mass Spectrum Within Unitary Quantum Theory
  • Chapter 2 Equation with Oscillating Charge

    1. 2.1 Heuristic Premises and “Derivaton” of the Equation with Oscillating Charge for a Single Particle; Theorem on “Hidden” Parameters
    2. 2.2 Autonomous Equations and Some Their Properties
    3. 2.3 Non - Autonomous Equations and Some Their Properties
    4. 2.4 Connection Between Equations with Oscillating Charge and Equations of Classical Mechanics
    5. 2.5 Passage of Potential Step
    6. 2.6 Tunneling Effects
    7. 2.7 Passage of Potential Wells
    8. 2.8 Harmonics Oscillator
    9. 2.9 Kepler Problem
    10. 2.10 Kepler Problem (Scattering of Particle on Coulomb Potential)
    11. 2.11 Scattering of Particles on Short-Range Potential (Potentials of Yukawa Type)
    12. 2.12 Particle with Oscillating Charge and Periodic Chain of Barriers
    13. 2.12.1 Two Barriers
    14. 2.12.2 Autonomous Model
    15. 2.12.3 Non-autonomous Model
    16. 2.12.4 Three Barriers
    17. 2.12.5 Autonomous Case
    18. 2.12.6 Non-autonomous Equation
    19. 2.13 Uncertainty Relation and Principle of Complementarily Within UQT and Mechanics with Oscillating Charge
  • Chapter 3 Nuclear Transmutations; New Sources of Energy and Some Anomalous Phenomena

    1. 3.1 Cold Nuclear Fusion and Nuclear Transmutations
    2. 3.1.1 Introduction
    3. 3.1.2 Experimental Results
    4. 3.1.3 Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) and Nuclear Transmutations at the Unitary Quantum Theory
    5. 3.1.4 Dynamic Processes in Low Energy Nuclear Reactions
    6. 3.1.5 Transmutation of Isotopes in Biosystems
    7. 3.2 Conservation Laws and Unitary Quantum Theory; Perpetuum Mobile and Modern Science
    8. 3.3 Energy Generation in Potential Well and New Energy Sources
    9. 3.4 Review of Some Anomalous Phenomena Connected with Violation of Traditional Fundamental Laws
    10. 3.5 Anomalous Phenomena in Gas-discharge and Possible Energy Sources (Pulsed Abnormal Glow Discharge-PAGD)
    11. 3.6 Possible Application of the Unitary Quantum Theory in Microelectronics
    12. 3.7 Anti-Stokes Luminescence
    13. 3.7.1 The Electric Conductivity of Water
    14. 3.7.2 The “Levy Flight” in Brownian Movement
    15. 3.7.3 The Experimental Results of Professor Kasagi Group
    16. 3.7.4 Tunnel Effects in Proximity to Zero Point Temperature (Single Electronics)
    17. 3.8 “Nuclear Democracy” and Anomalous Slow Processes
    18. 3.9 Photoluminescence of High Porosity Silicon
    19. 3.10 The Possible First and Second Thermodynamics Law Restriction
    20. 3.10.1 The First Thermodynamics Law
    21. 3.10.2 The Second Law of Thermodynamics
    22. 3.11 Gas Outflow Through Very Narrow Slot
    23. 3.12 Generation of Excess Energy During Charged Cluster Acceleration (This Section Was Written Together with Prof. Hal Fox - USA)
    24. 3.13 Spontaneous Polarization of Some Glasses and Inexhaustible Energy Source of Direct Current
  • Chapter 4 Possible Uniform Approach to the Theory of Catalytic Processes

    1. 4.1 Short Review of Chemical Catalysis
    2. 4.2 Biochemical Reactions whit Participation of Enzymes and Their Interpretation Within Modern Science
    3. 4.3 General Approach to Catalysis Phenomena Connected with Energy Generation
    4. 4.4 Possible Perspectives
    5. 4.4.1 Modern Trend in Quantum Picture of the World
    6. 4.4.2 Seven Matrices 32x32
  • Back Matter