Pressure Calculation of a Constant Density Star in the Dynamic Theory of Gravity
|Title||Pressure Calculation of a Constant Density Star in the Dynamic Theory of Gravity|
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|Author(s)||Ioannis Iraklis Haranas|
|Keywords||Dynamic theory of gravity, gauge fields, Weyl?s quantum principle, field equtions, Christoffel symbols, energy-momentum tensor.|
|No. of pages||10|
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In a new theory called Dynamic Theory of Gravity, the gravitational potential is is derived from gauge relations and has a different form than the classical Newtonian potential. In the same theory an analytical expression for the pressure is derived from the equation of the hydrodynamic equilibrium which is solved for a star of constant density and the results are compared with those of Newtonian gravity. Changes then in the central pressure and radius are also calculated and finally a redshift calculation is performed so that the dynamic gravity effects if any might be shown to be of some detectable magnitude.