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FUNDAMENTAL INTERACTIONS IN KALUZAKLEIN THEORY
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionThe fundamental interaction model is developed on the basis of KaluzaKlein theory in 5dimension space

LORENTZ QUANTUM ELECTRODYNAMICS
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionThe question of extending the Lorentz electrodynamics to quantum theory is discussed. The system of equations of the Lorentz quantum electrodynamics was established

NEUTRON STRUCTURE IN KALUZAKLEIN THEORY
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionThe special states of a hydrogen atom, arising from the interaction of a proton with a scalar massless field studied on the basis of KaluzaKlein theory. It is shown that some states of the atoms have parameters of the neutron.

THE STRUCTURE OF ATOMIC NUCLEI IN KALUZAKLEIN THEORY
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionThe special states, arising from the interaction of protons with a scalar massless field studied based on KaluzaKlein theory. It is shown that some states have the parameters of atomic nuclei. We calculate the binding energy dependence on the number of nucleons for the entire set of known nuclides

BINDING ENERGY BIFURCATION AND CHAOS IN ATOMIC NUCLEI
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionThe model of chaotic behavior of nucleons in nuclei, based on the model of nuclear interactions and the FermiDirac statistics is discussed

NUCLEI SHELLS AND PERIODIC TRENDS
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionParameters describing periodic trends in the formation of nuclear shells have been established based on the theory of nuclear interactions and data on the binding energy of nucleons for the set of known nuclides

NUCLEI SHELLS AND PERIODIC TRENDS. PART 2.
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionParameters describing periodic trends in the formation of nuclear shells have been established based on the theory of nuclear interactions and data on the binding energy of nucleons for the set of known nuclides

CHAOS AND PHASE TRANSITION IN ATOMIC NUCLEI
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionThe model of chaotic behavior of nucleons in nuclei, based on the model of nuclear interactions and the FermiDirac statistics is discussed

SIMULATION OF HADRON MASSES AND ATOMIC NUCLEI EXITED STATES IN THE GLUON CONDENSATE MODEL
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionIn this article we consider a scalar model of the gluon condensate, in which bubbles are formed  glue balls. It is shown that the mass of the known hadrons as well as nuclei exited states are described with the acceptable accuracy by the integral of the condensate density in terms of the glueball

HADRONS METRICS SIMULATION ON THE YANGMILLS EQUATIONS
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionIn this article we consider the YangMills theory in connection with the Einstein and Maxwell equations. The model of a metric satisfying the basic requirements of particle physics and cosmology is proposed. Firstly we consider the example of a purely temporary solution of the YangMills equations in the space of torsionfree and the basic equations of the model of the cosmological scale. Some exact solutions and numerical model in a case, when density of baryonic matter and electromagnetic energy density remains constant over time been investigated. We obtained the solution combines the properties of Einstein's model, and Friedman’s model as well, describes the universe as a timedependent metric, and with a constant density distribution of baryonic matter and electromagnetic field. Secondly, the model of the proton scale proposed. We proved that the metric of the observable universe is associated with a metric of the periodic lattice, given by the Weierstrass function. We find that there may be a spherical particle, which expand in sync with the space of the universe. Therefore, from the point of view of the outside observer they seem having static form like protons.