Principles of a Gravitational Field Quantization

Volume 4, Issue 2, April 2019     |     PP. 17-35      |     PDF (270 K)    |     Pub. Date: April 7, 2019
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A.N. Volobuev, Samara State Medical University, Department of Physics

Abstract
The problems connected to propagation of a gravitational field are considered. The law of change of an electromagnetic radiation frequency in a gravitational field is shown. On the basis use of a quantum gravitational eikonal the energy of a single graviton is found. Refusal from a stresses tensor in structure of an energy-impulse tensor has allowed the quantum form of the energy-impulse tensor in Einstein's equation is found. It is shown that the solution of the Einstein’s equation for the certain direction in this case represents the sum of a gravitational wave and a graviton. It is noticed that the deep understanding of process of the gravitational waves with massive body interaction can be only at the quantum philosophy. It is shown that at approach of a graviton to the massive bodies (double stars) radiating gravitational waves there is a resonant pumping of the gravitational field energy of these bodies to the gravitons. It enables registration of the gravitons with the help of the detector located near to massive bodies.

Keywords
gravitational eikonal, metric tensor, Einstein's equation, energy flux, gravitational waves, energy-impulse tensor, registration of gravitons

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A.N. Volobuev, Principles of a Gravitational Field Quantization , SCIREA Journal of Physics. Volume 4, Issue 2, April 2019 | PP. 17-35.

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