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Ways for Non-Relativistic Consolidation of Science
Year: 2007
  • Professor of Physics
    (Electrodynamics, Theoretical Mechanics)

    Prof. Joseph J. Smulsky is a chief scientist of the Institute of the Earth\'s Cryosphere of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Science, a doctor of physics and mathematical sciences, and Professor at the Tyumen Architectural-Building Academy. He was born 13.04.1944 in Poninka, Polonskiy District, Khmelnitskiy area. Since termination the Kharkov Aviation Institute Smulsky has worked for 21 years at Novosibirsk scientific research institutes and Design Offices. In Institute he works since 1988. Smulsky is the specialist in the mechanics of liquids and gas, ecology, wind energy, electrodynamics, and theoretical mechanics. He is the author and co-author more than 100 scientific works and inventions, including three monographs.

    Basic achievements:

    1. Protection of the Atmosphere. Within an authors group, Smulsky developed specifications for regulation by the quality of atmospheric city air. He analysed the conditions of systems of gas purification in thermo-power stations. He also developed a new parameter of atmosphere pollution and an automated pollution rating for a city atmosphere, which was introduced in Tyumen in 1991. In 1988, Smulsky headed the North Development Institute expertise on the feasibility of arrangement of condensate deposits on Yamal.

    • \"A Complex Parameter and Levels of Pollution of Atmosphere during Adverse Meteorological Conditions\", Meteorology and Hydrology, N8, pp. 48-56 (1987). (In Russian)

    2. Wind Energy. Smulsky developed a new direction in wind energy, offering various designs of Screw wind turbine: three-rotor wind turbine, self-oriented wind aggregate, cantilevered wind aggregate, vertical screw wind rotor, multi-rotor wind-dam etc. He also developed the scientific bases of their application.

    • \"The Screw Wind Turbines and Their Features,\" The Engineer-Physical Journal, V74, N5, pp. 187-195 (2001). (In Russian) (Journal of Engineering Physics & Thermophysics - In English)

    3. Vortical Flows. Smulsky executed systematic experimental and theoretical researches of vortex chambers aerodynamics. He investigated movement of particles in the vortex chambers and processes of particles separation. He developed methods of calculation of aerodynamics and processes in the vortex chambers and in vortex devices.

    • \"The Aerodynamics and Processes in the Vortex Chambers,\" Science (Novosibirsk), p. 301 (1992). (In Russian)

    He revealed four mechanisms of circulation formation of the natural vortexes and two mechanisms of energy formation of the atmospheric vortexes that he had lain in a basis of discharge theory of the atmospheric vortexes.

    • \"Discharge Theory of Tornado\", The Engineer-Physical Journal, V70, N6, pp.979-989 (1997). (In Russian) (Journal of Engineering Physics & Thermophysics - In English).

    4. The Foundations of Physics. Smulsky investigated a modern method of describing interactions of the moving bodies, studied transformations of space and time, and established lacks of a modern method. He developed a method of describing electromagnetic interactions, based on dependence of forces on distance and velocity of interacted bodies. He established the absence of objective interdictions on superluminal movements and offered methods of their achievement. He showed the validity of classical mechanics, Newton\'s law of gravity and showed an inaccuracy of special and general theories of relativity.

    • \"The Electromagnetic and Gravitational Actions (The Non-Relativistic Tractates)\", Science,(Novosibirsk), p. 225 (1992). (In Russian).
    • \"The Theory of Interaction\", Publishing House of Novosibirsk University, Scientific Publishing Center of United Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, p. 293 (1999). (In Russian)

    5. Global changes of a climate. Currently Smulsky is studying the problem of dependence of an environment on the Earth from the interaction between Solar System bodies.

    • Melnikov,V.P., Smulsky,J.J., Krotov O.I., Smulsky,L.J., \"Orbits of The Earth And The Sun And Possible Their Influences on the Earth Cryosphere (Statement of a Problem And The First Results)\", Cryosphere of the Earth, V4, N3, pp. 3-13 (2000). (In Russian)

    This problem contains the following tasks:

    1. Calculation of the evolutions of planets orbits
    2. Calculation of the evolution of the Earth axis
    3. Calculation of insolation of the Earth surface
    4. Comparison of insolation evolution with the history of the Earth climate
    5. Forecast of change of the Earth climate
    6. It is supposed to investigate this problem for all history of the Earth

    Works: see http://www.ikz.ru/~smulski/smul1/Smulsky_eng.html

  • physicist
    (Relativity, Plasma, Foundations of Physics, Hurricanes, Number Theory)

    Dr. Sergey N. Arteha is a Deputy Chief of Department (since 2003) of the Space Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Science. He was born 06.05.1965 in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, USSR. Since termination the Tajikish State University (1989) and post-graduate study of the Space Research Institute (1992), S.N. Arteha has worked at the Space Research Institute (Moscow). 1992: First Doctor Degree (Ph.D.) in theoretical physics. Main field of scientific activity: plasma physics, geophysics, statistical physics, relativity, foundations of physics, number theory. He is the author or co-author more than 40 scientific works.

    Some articles (mainstream):

    1. Altaiskii M.V., Arteha S.N., Barts B.I., Bar\'yakhtar V.G., Moiseev S.S., Fluctuational increasing transparency of wave and quantum-mechanical barriers and some physical consequences, Ukrainian Physical Journal, v. 35 (1990), pp. 297-299 [in Russian].
    2. Altaiskii M.V., Artekha S.N., Barts B.I., Bar\'yakhtar V.G., Moiseev S.S. Fluctuational enhancement of quantum mechanical and wave barrier penetrability and some physical consequences, Voprosy Atomnoi Nauki I Tekhniki, Ser.: Fiz. Radiats. Povr. Radiats. Mater., 1990, v. 52 (1), p. 78- [in Russian].
    3. Artekha S.N., Moiseev S.S., Transparency of randomly inhomogeneous barriers and some physical consequences, J. of Technical Phys., v. 63 (1993), pp. 1-13 [in Russian].
    4. Arteha S.N., The effects of the rotation in plasma, Phys. Plasmas, v. 3 (1996), pp. 2849-2858.
    5. Arteha S.N., On the magnetism of stars and planets, Astrophysics and Space Science, v. 246 (1997), pp. 51-64.
    6. Arteha S.N., Method of Hidden Parameters and Pell\'s equation, JP Journal of Algebra, Number Theory and Applications 2002, v. 2(1), pp. 21-46.
    7. Arteha S.N., Golbraikh E., Erokhin N.S., On the role of electromagnetic interactions in dynamics of powerful atmospheric vortices, Questions in atomic sciences and technics, ? 4 (2003), pp. 94-99 [in Russian].
    8. Arteha S.N. and Erokhin N.S., Electric structures and helical dynamics of intense atmospheric vortices, International Symposium \"Topical Problems of Nonlinear Wave Physics NWP-2005\", 2-9 August 2005, pp. 28-29, St.-Petersburg ? Nizhny Novgorod (2005).
    9. Arteha S.N. and Erokhin N.S., On the Coupling of Large-scale Atmospheric Processes with Electromagnetic Phenomena, Electromagnetic Phenomena, 2005, v.5, N 1(14), pp. 3-20.
    10. S.N. Artekha. The Effect of Local Rotations on the Electromagnetic Properties of Plasma, Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics, 2007, Vol. 104, N 2, pp.269-278.