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Mechanical analogies for gravitation

  title={Mechanical analogies for gravitation},
  author={Valery P. Dmitriyev},
  journal={arXiv: General Physics},
  • V. P. Dmitriyev
  • Published 17 May 1999
  • Physics, Engineering, Geology
  • arXiv: General Physics
A quasielastic model of gravitation is developed. Gravitational field is modeled by the flow of the transient point dilatation, which is supposed to be continually emitted by a discontinuity of the turbulent fluid. Gravitational attraction arises from the contact interaction of the dilatation centers. Gravitational wave is viewed microscopically as the axisymmetric wave propagating at a high speed along a vortex tube. 
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