A Role of the Conservation Laws in Evolutionary Processes and Generation of Physical Structures
American Journal of Modern Physics
Volume 2, Issue 3, May 2013, Pages: 104-110
Received: Mar. 20, 2013; Published: May 2, 2013
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L. Petrova, Department of Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics, Moscow State University, Russia
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Abstract
It is well known that the equations of conservation laws for energy, linear momentum, angular momentum, and mass are the equations of mechanics and physics of continuous media that describe material systems such as the thermodynamical, gas-dynamical and cosmological systems. And the field-theory equations, which are used for description of physical fields, are based on the conservation laws that one commonly relates with conservative quantities or objects. It is shown that to conservation laws for physical fields are assigned the closed exterior forms, which follow from the equations of conservation laws for material systems. The process of realization such closed exterior form describes the occurrence of observable formations in material systems (such as waves) and the generation of physical structures, the examples of which are physical structures that form physical fields.
Keywords
Two Types of Conservation Laws, the Equations of Material Systems, Evolutionary Relation, Skew-Symmetric Forms, the Field-Theory Equation
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L. Petrova, A Role of the Conservation Laws in Evolutionary Processes and Generation of Physical Structures, American Journal of Modern Physics. Vol. 2, No. 3, 2013, pp. 104-110. doi: 10.11648/j.ajmp.20130203.12
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