Journal of Modern Physics, 2013, 4, 468-473
http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/jmp.2013.44066 Published Online April 2013 (http://www.scirp.org/journal/jmp)
The Light during Gravitational Super-Compressibility
Gas and Wave Dynamics Department, M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
Received January 20, 2013; revised February 21, 2013; accepted February 28, 2013
Copyright © 2013 Kholmurad Khasanov. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License,
which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
The interaction of electromagnetic and gravitational fields and gravitational super-compressibility were investigated ex-
perimentally. Dynamic emitter provides conditions for the generation of eigenfunctions with eigenvalues for the various
fields, including: acoustic, gravitational and electromagnetic. We observe the gravitational waves in gas flowing from
the dynamic emitter and their interaction with electromagnetic waves. The gravitational field energy was decreasing when
electromagnetic field was emitted through the excitation of condensed medium. The direction of maximum change of
the emitted energy of excited medium was strongly opposed to gravity vector at that point. The frequency of radiation
against the gravity vector in given point of space exceeded radiation frequency of same source in opposite direction.
Keywords: Gravitational Super-Compressibility; Interaction of Electric and Gravitational Fields; Light Frequency
Increasing against Gravity Vector
The light of high energy emitted during super-compres-
sibility of supersonic spiraled jets was discussed in [1-4].
High energy field density is detected in gas flowing from
the dynamic emitter (nozzle with a central cone). This
dynamic emitter is resonator of acoustic, gravitational
and electromagnetic waves . The phenomenon of su-
per-compressibility in under-expanded submerged jet on
output of the dynamic emitter results to the arising of
super-compressed and gravitational waves. These waves
structures form the stable boundary layers and emit high
energy radiation, as summarized in [5-7].
In our experiments vapor jets form channels of station-
ary boundary layers with progressing strong compression
and condensation of gas due to gravitational super-com-
pressibility. These phenomena are accompanied with
emission of high energy radiation from the X-ray to in-
frared spectrum and in short radio waves regions [8-10].
We detect at first in [11,12] anti-gravitational directed
quanta of high energy that emitted from the excited
condensed medium against gravity vector in given point.
The interaction of electric and gravitational fields and
gravitational super-compressibility were investigated ex-
perimentally. In present, paper experimental results are
given about shifting emission spectra of the excited gas
or condensed medium depending on gravitational field.
Spiraled supersonic jets and incandescent nichrome and
wolfram wires and red-hot steel rod in gravitation field
were investigated. Separation in space of photons by en-
ergy levels were visualized and detected. The phenome-
non of gravitational super-compressibility in under-ex-
panded submerged jet on output of the dynamic emitter
results to the arising of stationary gravitational waves
and is one of case of the separation of light by energy
Alternating super-accelerations arise through the exci-
tation of gas and condensed media. The excited state of
the medium and instability of the field generate gravitons
and gravitational waves. This field is found in the gravi-
ton-photon interaction that provides light emission.
The results of measurement of the changing of energy
and frequency of light during gravitational super-com-
pressibility, when light is emitted by the excited gas and
condensed medium, are presented in this work. It occurs
so that frequency of radiation against the gravity vector
in given point of space exceeds radiation frequency of
same source in opposite direction.
On the other hand weight of substance is varied at the
photon-graviton interaction including when the substance
is heating or cooling [11,12].
The distortion of the phase structure of the fields
through excitation of the medium leads to the processes
of compensating of phase structure changing.
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Phenomena of separation in space of photons by en-
ergy levels were visualized and detected.
Alternate super-accelerations of interacting particles in
excited medium generate quadruple waves with two po-
2. Experimental Part
2.1. Separation of Light from the Inclined
Separation of light on the energy levels in gas and con-
densed media is found, when emission spectra are vary-
ing in gravitation field depending on the direction of light
emission in reference to vector of gravity. In our experi-
ments the length of the wave structure was equal to 10
diameters of outlet of the nozzle approximately.
The jet with such spiral configuration presents a new
type of gravitational waves.
Light emission in fragments of spiral structures of the
jet flowing from nozzle with a conic central body was
found. In case of the inclined nozzle the light emission
with different colors is detected. The bottom and top
sides of the jet flowing from the nozzle with central cone
are differently glowing (see Figure 1).
2.2. The Increasing of Light Frequency Emitted
against Gravity Vector
The increasing of the frequency of light in incandescent
nichrome and wolfram wires is found. One can see in
Figure 2 the increasing of frequency of light on top side
of wire. Here gravity vector is perpendicular to wire.
In Figure 2, frequency of radiation from top side di-
rected against the gravity vector exceeds radiation fre-
quency of the wire in the opposite direction. Violet re-
gion of glowing is disposed on outside surface, on top
line of the wire. Yellow region of glowing is disposed
also on outside surface, on bottom line of the wire. And
the sides of the wire are glowing with the same fre-
In Figure 3, there are presented the visualization of in-
candescent nichrome wire with blue filter and with the
same camera. Here top part of glowing space above the
wire extends bottom part more than on 60%.
2.3. Thermal Field of Horizontal Aglow Rod
along Gravity Vector
The distribution of the energy levels of glowing above
and below the red-hot steel rod, disposed horizontally
was measured. The red-hot steel rod was disposed hori-
zontally on 2 m from the lab floor. Temperature in dif-
ferent levels under and over the rod was measured (see
Figure 4). No convection was detected.
The direct current in the red-hot rod was 100 A, volt-
age was less than 1 V. Diameter of rod in Figure 4 is 3
Figure 1. Separation of light emitted from the inclined su-
personic jet. The bottom and top sides of the jet flowing
from the dynamic emitter of gravitational waves with cen-
tral cone are differently glowing. Top side of jet is violet
with more energy and bottom one is green. In Figure 1,
there are no outside electromagnetic sources to excite the jet.
The pressure in pre-chamber is 4 atm.
Figure 2. Horizontal spanned incandescent nichrome wire
in air has different color on top (violet) and bottom (yellow)
sides. Different glowing colors in space are varying along
the gravity vector. The diameter of investigated nichrome
wire is 1 mm. The length of spanned wire here is 20 mm.
Camera SONY Digital Handycam DCR-TRV147E PAL
Digital 8 with 560× digital zoom was used for the visualiza-
mm and its length is 200 mm. Temperature of the air
around the rod was measured on the distances from 50
cm below rod to 60 cm over the rod. During direct cur-
rent the temperature remains at same level in given point
of space over or under the rod. The charts in Figure 4
describe similar cases with the wire illustrated in Figures
2 and 3.
Temperature field under and over the rod at the same
distances are different. In Figure 4, appropriate tempera-
ture for –50 cm (50 cm under the rod) is equal 298 K and
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appropriate temperature for +50 cm (50 cm over the rod)
is equal 433 K. Appropriate colors of glowing also are
The presented temperature distribution confirms light
separation on energy levels along the gravity vector.
In Figures 2-4, there are presented the results of inter-
action of electromagnetic wave with the background gra-
2.4. Spectral Measurements for Incandescent
Wolfram Horizontal Wire in Lamp
Spectral mtasurements for incandescent wolfram spiral
wire disposed in glass lamp is measured. Automated sys-
tem for measuring the spectra (see Figure 5) of lamp with
spiral wolfram wire in gravitation field has been imple-
mented on the basis of monochromator MDR-12, which
ensures accuracy with dispersion 2.4 nm/mm.
Figure 3. Horizontal spanned incandescent nichrome wire
in air with another focusing of camera. The lens of camera
is equipped with blue light filter. The diameter of investi-
gated nichrome wire is 1 mm. The length of spanned wire
here is 20 mm. Camera SONY Digital Handycam is the
same as in Figure 2.
When the width of input slit is less than 30 microns it
was possible to achieve a spectral resolution of set up to
1 Å. This corresponds to measurements with defined
accuracy of the photon energy of 0.3 - 0.4 MeV in the
blue and green regions of the spectrum (450 - 550 nm).
The measurements were performed with constant step of
wavelengths Δλ = 0.1 - 1 nm up to 170 - 1700 points on
the spectral interval, averaged over 3 - 15 measurements
at each point. Digital instruments included in the meas-
urement system for the amplification and measurement
of the signals allowed to increase the dynamic range of
the installation of up to 5 orders of magnitude. Noise and
crosstalk limits the dynamic range of the spectrum for a
single (but not of the spectra) at the level of 10−2 - 10−3 of
-50-40-30-20-10010 2030 40 50 60
Dis tance from agl ow rod, cm
Temperat ure trend
Figure 4. Temperature field distribution above and below
red-hot steel rod disposed horizontally.
Figure 5. Experimental setup provided spectral measurements and estimate temperature distribution of incandescent wire in
lamp in the automatic mode.
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signal intensity at the maximum. Digital power supply
Motech LPS-303 allows us to set the current J and volt-
age V in the lamp within, respectively, from microam-
pere to 2 amperes and from 10 millivolts to 20 volts. J
and V were measured with accuracy 0.1%. The voltage
across the lamp recorded digital multimeter APPA-101
(7). Multimeter APPA 207 (5) provides detection of tem-
perature on the housing with thermocouples. The radia-
tion from the wire in lamp is focused with collimator (13)
on the entrance slit (14) of the diffraction grating mono-
chromator MDR-12 (15). The diameter of the collimating
lens is 72 mm and the distance from the lens to the wire
determines the solid angle in which the radiation is fo-
cused on the slit.
Determine spectral content of the light passes through
the exit slit (16) on the photomultiplier FEU-100 (17),
high voltage (1200 V) of which is supported by the
power supply (18). While working on a direct current
signal from the photomultiplier goes through a matching
circuit (30), goes to the DC amplifier (DCA) (19) and fed
to a digital voltmeter ARRA-207 (20) to control the out-
put. The sensitivity of the input stage of DCA ranges
from 50 to 1000 nA.
Digital signal with a voltmeter goes to the COM port
(21) of computer (24) and recorded. Control pulses to the
control unit (22) of the monochromator stepper motor
come with the interface card. The couplings (23) com-
municated with a personal computer (24) via a second
COM port (25). Voltage of the board (23) implemented
via block (26). Experimental setup allows us to investi-
gate the electroluminescence spectra of wire in constant
current mode. Then the lamp through the ammeter MA-
11/5 (6) to control current value is connected to a uni-
versal DC power supply (4), with which you can set the
desired voltage through the wire. The voltage across the
wire recorded with digital multimeter APPA-101 (7).
The figure also shows the following interface devices:
the monitor (28) and a printer (29), used in the process of
measuring and analyzing the results.
Setup allows the spectra in the automatic mode. The
spectra were plotted as chart: “wavelength-intensity” in
arbitrary units (see Figures 7 and 8).
In Figures 6 and 7, the emission spectra of horizontal
spiral wolfram wire are presented for various voltage and
electrical current applied to the wire. Measurement error
for wavelength is no more than 0.1 nm. The diameter of
investigated spiral wolfram wire in Figures 6-9 is less
than 1 mm. The length of wire in lamp is 2 cm.
In Figures 6 and 7, temperature difference ΔT between
“top” and “bottom” of wolfram wire for same current and
voltage is presented. In Figure 8, the uneven along the
spectrum character of intensity increasing is obvious. Gen-
eration of short-wavelength component (450 nm) of the
spectrum is observed in case of more power of heating.
Figure 6. Emission spectra shifting due to frequencies dif-
ference from “top” and from “bottom” of the spiral.
Figure 7. Emission spectra shifting due to frequencies dif-
ference from “top” and from “bottom” of wolfram spiral in
case of more power of heating.
In Figure 8, the power of heating, resistance and cur-
rent of spiral wire in lamp versus the voltage on it are
presented. Power was received as the product of voltage
and current, measured with voltage at the same time.
Measurements show that presented interaction has re-
sonance nature (see Figure 9).
In Figures 8 and 9, there are presented the results of in-
teraction of electromagnetic waves with the background
We observe the gravitational waves in gas flowing
from the dynamic emitter and their interaction with elec-
tromagnetic waves. The background gravitation field was
identified when light was emitted by the excited con-
densed medium. The direction of maximum change of
the eigenvalues of excited medium was strongly opposed
to gravity vector at that point. The frequency of radiation
against the gravity vector in given point of space exceeds
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Figure 8. Power of heating, resistance and current of incandescent spiral wolfram wire in lamp versus voltage on it.
Figure 9. Temperature difference (Ttop − Tbottom > 0) between the top and bottom lines of the horizontal wire in the lamp and
convenient spectral shifting (λtop − λbottom < 0) versus voltage on the wire.
radiation frequency of same source in opposite direction.
It is result of interaction of background gravitation field
with electromagnetic field.
The interaction of electromagnetic and gravitational fields
and gravitational super-compressibility were investigated
Dynamic emitter provides conditions for the genera-
tion of eigenfunctions with eigenvalues for the vari-
ous fields, including: acoustic, gravitational and elec-
Gravitational super-compressibility of continuous me-
dia provides high energy light emission.
The gravitational field energy was decreasing when
electromagnetic field was emitted through the excita-
tion of condensed medium.
The direction of electromagnetic field gradient was
constant with respect to gravity vector at given point
of the found alternate background gravitation field.
The frequency of radiation against the gravity vector
in given point exceeds radiation frequency of the same
source in the opposite direction.
Uneven along the spectrum character of intensity in-
creasing is found. Generation of short-wavelength
component (450 nm) of the spectrum is observed in
case of more power of heating.
Measurements show that presented electromagnetic
and gravitational interactions have resonance nature.
Author gratefully acknowledges for the long-term sup-
port and consulting to V. A. Sadovnichiy, academician of
RAS and R. I. Nigmatulin, academician of RAS.
Author deeply appreciates to A. E. Yunovich from M.
V. Lomonosov Moscow State University Semiconductor
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