Accurate Dark Matter Theory and Exact Solutions

  • Mikhail Ja. Ivanov
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The paper presents accurate dark matter theory and some exact solutions of initial nonlinear equation systems of gaseous electromagnetic and gravitational medium. This phenome-nological theory bases on the Einstein’s recommendation and the linear and nonlinear extended Maxwell theory for compressible medium case. The main peculiarity of the extended linear simulation is a description of propagation of all medium parameters perturbances (pressure, velocity, potential and solenoidal parts of force vector fields and oth.) at the same signal velocity. Based on the analogy with classical hydrodynamic theory the full nonlinear conservation laws systems are obtained for dark matter gaseous electromagnetic or gravitational medium. These systems allow to simulate the universe expansion, background radiation and repulsive forces in the universe. The typical exact solutions of nonlinear equations are shown.


Dark Matter Repulsive Force Background Radiation Integral Curf Linear Equation System 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Mikhail Ja. Ivanov
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  1. 1.Central Institute of Aviation MotorsMoscowRussia

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