On the motion of bodies based on changes in the kinetic moment

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The controlled motion of a body in a central gravitational field without mass flow is considered. The possibility of moving the body in the radial direction from the center of attraction due to changes in the kinetic moment relative to the center of mass of the body is shown. A scheme for moving the body using a system of flywheels located in the same plane in near-circular orbits with different heights is proposed. The use of the spin of elementary particles is considered as flywheels. It is proved that using the spin of elementary particles with a Compton wavelength exceeding the distance to the attracting center is energetically more profitable than using the momentum of these particles to move the body. The calculation of motion using hypothetical particles (gravitons) is presented. A hypothesis has been put forward about the radiation of bodies during accelerated motion, which finds indirect confirmation in stellar dynamics and in an experiment with the fall of two bodies in a vacuum. The results can be used in experiments to search for elementary particles with low energy, explain cosmic phenomena and to develop transport objects on new physical principles.


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Yury N. Razoumny

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University)

Author for correspondence.
Email: kupreev-sa@rudn.ru
6 Miklukho-Maklaya St., Moscow, 117198, Russian Federation

Director of Department of Mechanics and Mechatronics of Academy of Engineering of RUDN University, Director of Academy of Engineering of RUDN University, Doctor of Sciences (Techn.), Professor, full member of Russian Academy of Cosmonautics, full member of International Academy of Astronautics

Sergei A. Kupreev

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University)

Email: kupreev-sa@rudn.ru
6 Miklukho-Maklaya St., Moscow, 117198, Russian Federation

Professor of Department of Mechanics and Mechatronics of Institute of Space Technologies, Deputy Director of Academy of Engineering of RUDN University, Doctor of Sciences (Techn.), Docent

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