*Experimental Gravitonics*

Author | Spartak M Poliakov |
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Published | 1991 |

INTRODUCTION TO EXPERIMENTAL GRAVITONICS

Abstract by book of S.M.Poliakov and O.S.Poliakov

For the first time a book has been published as a helpful guide in conducting laboratory investigations in the field of gravitonics. The book treats problem of creating high power soerces and sensitive receivers of gravity.

The authors develop an original phenomenological theory of gravitational-radiation sources based on a physical micro-structural model of the classical electron in rest state. This theory allowed to obtain simple analytical equations relating magnetism to gravitation and gravitation to retation of a material object.

It is demonstrated that radiation is a PROPERTY OF NONSTATIONARY SYSTEMS ONLY WHICH POSSESS A TIME-VARIABLE PARAMETER.

The equations thus obtained have been verified in a series of many-year experiments and may be recommended for use by practical specialists. The experiments part covers the following subjects:

- Light-beam curvature and optical-radiation frequency shift is created and investigated in an artificial nonhomogeneous gravitational

field. A new gravitational effect, named "quadrature" frequency shift in the curved light beam is predicted and calculated. - Magnetostriction is at last explained as a secondary gravitational effect. An equation derived for magnetostriction permits to calculate the magnetostriction curve.
- The propagation velocity of gravitational radiation (generated by a laboratory source) was measured for "quadrupole" - 9x10E20 cm/s or squared light velocity.
- It was demonstrated that gravitation is only one of NONLINEAR-MECHANICS EFFECT, that can be created in mechanical system or in ferromagnetic.

The book was published at the author's expense in 1991. Most powerful experimental result described in this book is more than 1200 gramms of pulsed G-force. Several mechanical systems and systems using ferrites are detailed here. Second edition in English is ready for copy process (disket's text).