Nuclear Theory of the Universe
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Nuclear Theory of the Universe
GAURAV -. AGARWAL
VIDYA VIKASH ACADEMY SCIENCE

Sponsored by: GAURAV AGARWAL (gauravagarwal@sancharnet.in)
ABSTRACT
This research was done in order to connect the quantum theory with the classical way of physics

It gives us an insight of the nuclear theory of the universe specifying that as nature loves symmetry the whole universe is made in the form of the atomic model and they are held together by certain discontinuous force and not by continuous force out here the fourth dimension i.e. time comes into play and it depends upon our aspect of viewing the universe. This is a connection to the classical theory of Physics with the newly evolved quantum theory.

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Nuclear Theory Of The Universe

A connection between Classical and Quantum Physics.

    The stars revolve around a mass known as the black holeand as in the atomic structure they behave as the nucleus and the stars are in acontinuous transition between orbits as seen in the atoms and hence they releaseenergy in the form of radiations and heat when they move from a higher orbit toa lower orbit and the energy is liberated in packets of energy. When the energyof the star is over they move to a lower orbit in order to lose more energy thatis they move from their excited state to ground state. When they reach theirground state they lose their light giving property and are thus referred to asdead stars.

The Basic postulates of the theory are

1. The stars revolve around the black hole in circular orbits with a centripetalforce which is equal to the gravitational force.

2. The Galaxy consists of infinite no. of orbits where the stars showtransition.

3. The stars release energy in the form of radiations and heat when they movefrom the higher orbit to the lower orbit i.e. from their excited state to theirground state.

4. When they reach their ground state they lose their energy releasingproperty and hence they are called Dead Stars.

5. The time taken for the transition is very large that may be in the orderof millions of years.

 

Derivation of Required formulas for:

1. Total Energy

2. Radiations given.

1. We know according to first postulate

Gravitational Force= Centripetal Force

G M m / r2 = mv2/r

GMm=mv2r

Now we know according to Bohr`s Theory

mvr = nh/2p

GMm= nhv/2p...........................................(1)

n = quantum no. of orbit

h = Plank`s Constant

v = velocity of star

G = Gravitational Constant

M = Mass of Black Hole

m = Mass of Star.

Total Energy of a star is given by = K.E. + P.E.

K.E.= mv2/2

P.E.=GMm/r

E= mv2/2 + GMm/r

E= mv2/2 + nhv/2pr            From (1)

E=2nhv/2pr

E= nhv/pr.....................................................................(2)

Eq. (2) is the expression for total energy of the star.

2. Frequency of radiations emitted

According to Plank`s Theory

E=hn.......................................................(3)

Where nis the frequency of the emitted radiation

hn=nhv/pr

n=nv/pr...................................................(4)

Eq. (4) gives us the frequency of the emitted radiations at that level.

This theory applies to give us a nuclear insight of Quantum Physics on theClassical Background.

This theory can be used to remove the gap of long established classical lawsof physics and the recently discovered quantum physics.

Gaurav Agarwal.

 

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