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Gravitational Wave Vector  in 3rd dimension

Gravitational Wave Vector in 3rd dimension

Restricted relativity and General relativity :

Albert Einstein published the theory of special relativity in 1905, building on many theoretical results and empirical findings obtained by Albert A. MichelsonHendrik LorentzHenri Poincaré and others. Max PlanckHermann Minkowski and others did subsequent work.

Einstein developed general relativity between 1907 and 1915, with contributions by many others after 1915 and will deal moreover with gravitation, which restricted relativity does not do.

Restricted relativity AND general relativity

But In dimension 4 the law of gravitation is totally influenced by the deformation of the spacetime which leads us to the foundation of new theory for the treatment of gravitational waves(Detect for the first time by researchers of the LIGO-Virgo collaboration, September 14, 2015) and the quantum evolution of the mass thus adapting to this dimension .

Gravitational waves and quantum interpretation :(Case of the 3rd dimension in the lower heaven )

A vector is used to give a meaning to a phisic effect to represent, for example, acceleration; The speed of the moon that revolves around the earth; The electric field responsible for a force on an electrical load; The magnetic field responsible for the appearance of a force of a such load in motion; As also a vector can represent the evolution of a Gravitational wave to symbolize its displacement in space-time as we will see. This vector is defined by four greatness , called vector components: (Direction,arrow direction of vector , point of origin and destination, Length or modulus of the vector).

According to the plan of Carl Gauss (1777-1855) a complex number can be seen as a vector. This leads us to symbolize the displacement of the gravitational wave by a vector called GWV3 in a space represented by the Volume existing between 2 complex planes. Each plane defines the vector image of the vector GWV3 to one defined instance during a period defined by T= tn-t0 . Hence GWV3 (I1) representing the image of the vector GWV3 at the instance I1, GWV3 (I2) representing the image of the vector GWV3 at the instance I2. The scalar product of GWV3 (In) .GWV3 (In-1) makes it possible to specify the modulus of the vector GWV3 moving in the space-time of the 3rd dimension. The set of points of these scalar products allows us to plot the curve of the gravitational wave.

Practical example and comparison of results :

Supernova is origin of Gravitational waves detected on 14 September 2015 first observation and was announced by the LIGO and Virgo collaborations on 11 February 2016 . Based on this principle ,[the signal detected named GW150914] and the [curve representing the high-energy emitted by the supernova] through the complex plane of Fig. 1 of the functions Zn1 and Zn2 for eventual pixels analysis which corresponds to a space-time charge area created by photons which remain in this area for Plane1 related to instance1 , and Plane2 related to instance2 .

And the trajectory described by the vector GWV3 .

Theoretically, all these curves have the same form during a period of 1Sc .Then we can confirm that the pixels defining the Point A is confused with the same Point A which is the scalar product of the vectors GWV3i1.GWV3(i1n-1).

For the plotting of the curve of the Gravitational wave and for greater precision we can adopt the infinitesimal resolution as in laying line (v) as shown in Figure 2.

Precision of  plotting of the curve of the Gravitational wave.

Precision of plotting of the curve of the Gravitational wave.

By the same we can confirm that the pixels defining the Point B is confused with the same Point B which is the scalar product of the vectors GWV3i1.GWV3i2The universe’s brightest supernova


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