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DYNAMICS OF QUARKS IN THE BARYON METRIC AND THE STRUCTURE OF NUCLEI
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionIn this paper we consider a system of Dirac equations describing the dynamics of quarks in hadrons metric. The magnetic moment and the energy of the nucleons in the case of deuterium nuclei calculated.

DYNAMICS OF QUARKS IN THE HADRONS METRICS WITH APPLICATION TO THE BARYON STRUCTURE
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionThe dynamics of quarks in hadrons metric is investigated. A model of baryons in the case of a stationary metric formulated. The magnetic moments of the proton, neutron and lambda baryon calculated. The metric of hadrons is determined from the YangMills theory. The result is a bubble metric containing only the time and angular coordinates. We find that there may be a spherical particle, which expand in sync with the space of the universe. Therefore, they appear to the outside observer static entities having spherical symmetry, such as protons. We have shown that the quarks in the hadrons metric can be described on the basis of the Dirac equation and the equations of quantum electrodynamics. The closure model formulated and the magnetic moments of hadrons (uud), (udd) and (sdu) at given energy and given electric charge are calculated. The investigated region corresponds to the resonance energy of the quarks system, in which, apparently, pi mesons can be generated.

QUARK DYNAMICS IN ATOMIC NUCLEI AND QUARK SHELLS
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionIn this paper we consider a system of Dirac equations describing the dynamics of quarks in the metric of the atomic nuclei. We found out, that the binding energy of the nucleons for all known nuclides depends on the content of the quarks. The resulting dependence of the energy of the nucleons shows a quark shells, similar to electron shells. Our basic assumption is that each nucleon in the nucleus loses its individuality by dissociation to individual quarks that form quark shells. These shells are filled sequentially, just as filled electron shells. Since the nucleons are composed of two types of quarks, there are two types of shells that are filled with u and d quarks, respectively. In this case, the binding energy per nucleon depends on the concentration of quarks in the shells and the energy of the interaction of quarks.

QUARK DYNAMICS IN ATOMIC NUCLEI AND QUARK SHELLS
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionIn this article, we consider a system of Dirac equations describing the dynamics of quarks in the metric of the atomic nuclei. We found out, that the binding energy of the nucleons for all known nuclides depends on the content of the quarks. The resulting dependence of the energy of the nucleons shows a quark shells, similar electron shells

PREONS SHELLS AND ATOMIC STRUCTURE
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionWe consider the model of the structure of electrons and quarks, in which these particles are presented consisting of elementary particles preons. From this model, the theory of electron shells, as a continuation of the quark nuclear shells has been proposed

PREONS DYNAMICS AND STRUCTURE OF QUARKS AND LEPTONS
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionWe consider the model of the structure of matter, in which elementary particles, atoms and molecules are presented as consisting of preons particles

QUANTUM ELECTRODYNAMICS OF PREONS, QUARKS AND LEPTONS
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionIn this article we consider the system of equations of electrodynamics of continuous media molecules consisting of preons, including quarks and electrons

THE ORIGIN OF INERTIAL MASS OBSEVABLE MATTER
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionWe consider the hypothesis of the origin of mass of the observed matter from electromagnetic field interacting with streams of preons. The interaction between preons and the scalar and vector potentials of the electromagnetic fields acquire mass, which leads to a massive scalar and vector bosons. The described mechanism of mass generation is different from the wellknown Higgs mechanism associated with the spontaneous breaking of the electroweak symmetry, for which at the moment is finding a suitable scalar boson

EMERGENCE PARAMETER OF CLASSICAL AND QUANTUM STATISTICAL SYSTEMS
01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionIn this article we give a generalization of Hartley's model for the measure of information. We propose a rate of emergence, which is applicable to systems obeying classical or quantum statistics. Quantum systems that obey FermiDirac statistics and BoseEinstein condensate, as well as classical systems obeying the MaxwellBoltzmann statistics have been considered. We found that the emergence parameter of quantum and classical systems differ as well as the emergence parameter of quantum systems of fermions and bosons. Consequently, the emergence parameter might be used to distinguish the classical system and quantum system, as well as quantum system of fermions and the quantum system of bosons

01.00.00 Physicalmathematical sciences
DescriptionOn the basis of local semantic information of the models of California the dependence of parameters seismic activity on the position of the space objects has been investigated and the model of shortterm earthquake prediction has been created. The formal criteria of astronomical parameters of high informative value in the preparation and implementation of earthquakes have been established. On the example of semantic models, we have developed criteria for seismic hazard zones for individual study of the region of California 2x2 degrees of longitude and latitude with regard to the intended depth of the hypocenter and magnitude of possible earthquakes