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Il Nuovo Cimento A (1965-1970)

, Volume 64, Issue 2, pp 163–178 | Cite as

Free-electron generation of gravitational radiation

  • J.-Y. Vinet
Article

Summary

The essential features of the emission of gravitational radiation by a charged particle interacting with a given external electromagnetic field are derived from a classical model. Orders of magnitude are estimated for the radiated power. Very high energies are shown to be needed in order to generate nonzero fluxes of gravitational power.

Генерация гравитационного излучения свободным электроном

Резюме

Из классической модели выводятся основные характеристики гравитационного излучения, испускаемого заряженной частицей, которая взаимодействует с заданным внешним электромагнитным полем. Оценивается порядок величины для интенсивности излучения. Показывается, что необходимы очень высокие энергии для излучения ненулевых потоков гравитационной энергии.

Riassunto

Si derivano da un modello classico le caratteristiche essenziali dell'emissione di radiazione gravitazionale da una particella carica che interagisce con un campo esterno elettromagnetico dato. Si stimano gli ordini di grandezze per la potenza irradiata. Si mostra che occorrono energie molto elevate per generare flussi non nulli di potenza gravitazionale.

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© Società Italiana di Fisica 1981

Authors and Affiliations

  • J.-Y. Vinet
    • 1
  1. 1.Laboratoire d'Optique Appliquée, Ecole PolytechniqueE.N.S.T.A. Centre de l'YvettePalaiseau(France)

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