MachPoincare gravodynamics and condensation phenomena in an expanding universe
Abstract
A simple model which permits exact calculations is used for a discussion of the condensation phenomena. Different kinds of inertiafree mechanics are compared. The considered investigation is mainly concerned with the behavior of collapsing subsystems. It is believed that the condensation of subsystems is, in the early phases, entirely determined by gravitation. Only the first part of the condensation process is considered, on the assumption that differences in the behavior of matter according to various gravitation theories are determined more or less by the characteristic times in the first part of the condensation process. The expanding universe is represented by a massive spherical shell, the subsystem by a concentric shell of smaller mass and smaller radius. The behavior of the small shell with respect to the large one is considered.
 Publication:

Astronomische Nachrichten
 Pub Date:
 1981
 DOI:
 10.1002/asna.2103020304
 Bibcode:
 1981AN....302..133L
 Keywords:

 Celestial Mechanics;
 Cosmology;
 Gravitation Theory;
 Mach Inertia Principle;
 Universe;
 EulerLagrange Equation;
 Linear Equations;
 Matter (Physics);
 Newton Theory;
 Perturbation Theory;
 Astrophysics