E=mc2 in the Turbulent Aether
|Title||E=mc2 in the Turbulent Aether|
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|Author(s)||Valery P Dmitriyev|
|Keywords||luminiferous medium, ideal fluid, Reynolds turbulence, []|
|No. of pages||4|
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Small perturbations of averaged ideal turbulence are known to reproduce the electromagnetic field. A vapor bubble in a turbulent fluid models the neutron. The self-energy of a bubble is defined as the work performed against the pressure of the fluid in order to create the bubble. The mass of the neutron corresponds to the mass of the equilibrium vapor in the bubble. Taking the vapor to be an ideal gas the relationship between the self-energy and the mass of the particle can be established.