The atomic structure is presented on the basis of the theory of vortex gravitation. The feasibility and calculation of the values of the density and mass of electromagnetic particles are proposed. A calculation is made, which proves that the photon must have mass. In the calculations, some physical characteristics of electromagnetic particles that are accepted by modern physics are refuted.
The evidence that the strength of any body provide nuclear forces of gravity. The nuclear force of gravity generated by the essential micro vortices. The vortex creates a pressure gradient in the ether. The pressure gradient is the source of nuclear energy. The nuclear force of gravity on the surface of the cores is equal for all elementary particles.
Are investigated a trajectory of new type in distant, space flights unlike usual trajectories of direct flight to heavenly object (Moon) it is supposed to use asymmetry of a gravitational field and to carry out flight bypassing the most power gravitational impact on the spacecraft. It leads to economy of power for 20-30 %.
Comparative Analysis of Collapse Loads of Slabs Supported on Orthogonal Sided Frames with Beam/ Column Joint Fixed
This research work evaluates the collapse loads of slab supported on orthogonal side ended frames with column/beam joint fixed. Two frame models were investigated (one with Moment of Resistance of slab (MRS) > Moment of Resistance of beam (MRB) and the other with Moment of Resistance of slab (MRS) < Moment of Resistance of beam (MRB)). A reinforced concrete prototype of 3m*3m*3m frame with a reduction factor of 3 was designed and constructed. A model of it constructed and cast with a micro concrete of 1:6 mix ratio. The models were allowed to cure for 28days before being loaded directly until collapse. The estimated collapse load for slab and beam were 20.36KN/m and 52.27KN/m respectively. The actual collapse loads of the frame models (MRS > MRB and MRS < MRB) were 69.04KN/m and 49.68KN/m respectively. The frame model failed by flexural failure at the beams /column joints. The actual collapse load of 69.92KN and 49.68KN respectively were greater than that of the estimated collapse loads of beam and slab comparably. Also the MRS > MRB frame model is stronger than that of the MRS < MRB frame model.