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Research Article Volume 2 Issue 2

Presence of a New Space-time in Which the Path S (Along the Motion Spiral) is a Constant

V Markova*

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria

*Corresponding Author: V Markova, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria.

Received: October 28, 2021; Published: January 19, 2022


The article describes open accelerating longitudinal vortices in 3D. It proves existence of such a special space-time in which the path along the motion spiral is a constant (Sconst.).

According to the Classic Field Theory (or theory of close vortices), every close vortex moves and spreads only evenly [1]. According to the Theory of new axiom and laws (or the theory of open vortices), every open vortex in 2D and 3D is either accelerating or decelerating. It was described that the decelerating open vortex emits decelerating vortices to the environment, which turn into free vortices (according Law 5) and the accelerating open vortex sucks in these free vortices and by adding them to itself, it accelerates in every next step more and more (according Law 6) [2,3].

When two accelerating open vortices are located close enough, then naturally they suck in each other. The more accelerated vortex sucks the less accelerated vortex. What is special about this action is that the faster vortex has a smaller cross section, perpendicular to the direction of moving. And therefore the faster vortex sucks in the slower one as the faster inserts or poke in inside the slower. So these two open accelerating vortices form something like a funnel. In case of more number open accelerating vortices, it turns out that in the center of the funnel is disposed the fastest vortex.

The fastest vortex has a maximum vortex acceleration, minimum cross-sectional radius, minimum number of sucked vortices and minimum number of loops with a minimum diameter. It turns out that the fastest vortex will be extended in case that the path in the direction of movement of vortex curve is a constant (Sconst.). That is way the height of fastest vortex will be maximum and it will appear first in time T1.

At the periphery of the funnel is disposed the slowest vortex. The slowest vortex has minimum vortex acceleration, maximum cross-sectional radius, maximum number of sucked vortices and maximum number of loops. It turns out that the height of vortex is minimum or the slowest vortex will be maximally shrunk in case that the path in the direction of movement is constant (Sconst.). Because the vortex is maximally shrunk the slowest vortex will appear latest in time Tn.

Because the accelerating funnel is packed on the principle of the constant path in the direction of movement (Sconst.), the open accelerating vortices will appear successively from center in time T1 to periphery in time Tn respectively. They will form the typically blade from center to periphery of accelerating funnel.

 The accelerating funnel demonstrate an sucking Gravity Funnel. The accelerating Gravity Funnel sucks in in both directions - from bottom to up along direction of vortices movement and from outside to inside in the perpendicular to movement section.

Keywords: Funnel; Time; Vortex


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Citation: V Markova. “Presence of a New Space-time in Which the Path S (Along the Motion Spiral) is a Constant". Acta Scientific Applied Physics 2.2 (2022): 07-14.


Copyright: © 2022 V Markova. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.


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