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A New Variant of Bag Model resulted from a Pre-quantum B.-E. Condensate Model of Nucleon
In a recent paper by author Dr. Eng. M. Arghirescu, was proposed a new variant of the known Bag Model of quark confining, based on a Bose-Einstein Condensate Model of nucleon resulted from a Pre-quantum Cold Genesis theory of the author , previously published, which considers the magnetic moment as etherono-quantonic vortex of etherons and of quantons with mass mh = h/c2 , the theory retrieving the exponential form of the nuclear potential by a Pre-quantum nucleon model resulted as cluster of gammons formed as pairs of quasielectrons with fractional charge, e*= 2/3•e and with degenerate mass and magnetic moment.
By Arghirescu Marius
Apr. 15, 2016

According to this B.-E. Condensate Model , the intrinsic energy of the nucleon, mnc2, is explained by the vorticity of internal „frozen” vectorial photons of the nucleon’s quantum volume, which are the pre-quantum equivalent of the „gluonic ” field of the internal quarks and which gives the inertial mass of the nucleon by a exponential variation of its density and by addition to the impenetrable quantum volume of the nucleon containing the current mass of its quarks.

In contrast with the known MIT Bag Model of particle, which considers the quarks moving inside a „bag” volume of radius R 1fm with a normal component of the pressure resulted by the difference in the energy density of the quantum vacuum inside and outside the „bag”, the new pre-quantum model for the proton’s stability explaining considers a repulsive „shell” of the impenetrable nucleonic volume which explains its repulsive property in p-p scattering reactions by a repulsive property of its surface, given by a static pressure of internal kinetized quanta, with a gaussian variation and with the maximal value corresponding to the B-constant of the MIT Bag Model.

The resulted potential, acting over the impenetrable quantum volume of the quark containing its current mass and the superdense centroids of the quasielectrons which forms the quark, can explain the quarks confining in accordance with the known value of the deconfination temperature, Td 2x1012 K, without the hypothesis of intermediary gluons and of quarks color charge, used by the Quantum Chromodynamics.

The model has a partial correspondence also with the „Chiral Bag” Model of nucleon, which replaces the interior of a skyrmion with the „bag” of quarks having an exterior  pionic field and the bag radius smaller than the nucleon radius, of 0.6 fm – equal with those considered in the proposed model.

The model explains also the nuclear force acting between two nucleons by the gradient of static quantum pressure generated by an equal but opposed gradient of the total dynamic quantum pressure produced by another nucleon by its total vortexial field given by the magnetic moments of its quasielectrons and acting over the impenetrable quantum volume of the attracted nucleon.

An important consequence of the proposed model refers to the possibility of the antigravitic pseudo-charge generation and to the possibility of quark- particle transforming at high temperatures, close to the quarks deconfination temperature.

Dr.Eng. Marius Arghirescu, Patent Examiner to the State Office for Invensions and Trademarks , OSIM, Romania

A paper about the proposed new variant of Bag Model was published recently in International Journal of High Energy Physics, IJHEP, April 2016.

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