Open Access Short Research Article

A Proposed SUSY Alternative (SUSYA) Based on a New Type of Seesaw Mechanism Applicable to All Elementary Particles and Predicting a New Type of Aether Theory

Andrei-Lucian Drăgoi

Physical Science International Journal, Page 19-52
DOI: 10.9734/psij/2020/v24i1030218

This paper proposes a potentially viable “out-of-the-box” alternative (called “SUSYA”) to the currently known supersymmetry (SUSY) theory variants: SUSYA essentially proposes a new type of seesaw mechanism (SMEC) applicable to all elementary particles (EPs) and named “Z-SMEC”; Z-SMEC is a new type of charge-based mass symmetry/”conjugation” between EPs which predicts the zero/non-zero rest masses of all known/unknown EPs, EPs that are “conjugated” in boson-fermion pairs sharing the same electromagnetic charge (EMC). Z-SMEC is actually derived from an extended zero-energy hypothesis (eZEH) which is essentially a conservation principle applied on zero-energy (assigned to the ground state of vacuum) that mainly states a general quadratic equation governing a form of ex-nihilo creation and having a pair of conjugate boson-fermion mass solutions for each set of given coefficients. eZEH proposes a general formula for all the rest masses of all EPs from Standard model, also indicating the true existence of the graviton and a possible bijective connection between the three types of neutrinos (all predicted to be actually Majorana fermions) and the massless bosons (photon, gluon and the hypothetical graviton), between the electron/positron and the W boson, predicting at least three generations of leptoquarks (LQs) (defined here as the “mass-conjugates” of the three known generations of quarks) and predicting two distinct types of neutral massless fermions (NMFs) (modelled as mass-conjugates of the Higgs boson and Z boson respectively) which may be plausible constituents for a hypothetical lightest possible (hot fermionic) dark matter (LPDM) or, even more plausible, the main constituents of a superfluid fermionic vacuum/aether, as also proposed by the notorious Superfluid vacuum theory (SVT) (in which the physical vacuum is modeled as a bosonic/fermionic superfluid). SUSYA also predicts two hypothetical bosons defined as the ultra-heavy bosonic mass-conjugates of the muon and tauon called here the “W-muonic boson” (Wmb) and the “W-tauonic boson” (Wtb) respectively: Wmb and Wtb are predicted much heavier than the W boson and the Higgs boson so that Wmb and Wtb can be regarded as ultra-heavy charged Higgs bosons with their huge predicted rest energies defining the energy scale at which the electroweak field (EWF) may be unified with the Higgs field (HF).

Open Access Original Research Article

Applications of a Generalized Singular Boundary Value Problem for the Exact Solutions of Some Temperature/Concentration Equations

Abdelhalim Ebaid, Fahad M. Alharbi

Physical Science International Journal, Page 1-9
DOI: 10.9734/psij/2020/v24i1030216

In the field of fluid mechanics, the temperature distribution and the nanoparticles concentration are usually described by singular boundary value problems (SBVPs). Such SBVPs are also used to describe various models with applications in engineering and other areas. Generally, obtaining the analytic solutions of such kind of problems is a challenge due to the singularity involved in the governing equations. In this paper, a class of SBVPs is analyzed. The solution of this class is analyzed and investigated through developing several theorems and lemmas. In addition, the theoretical results are invested to construct several solutions for various models/problems in fluid mechanics in the literature. Moreover, the published results are recovered as special cases of our analysis.

Open Access Original Research Article

Fluctuational Dynamics of Extended Systems: Activation-Tunnel Frontier

Boris Petukhov

Physical Science International Journal, Page 10-18
DOI: 10.9734/psij/2020/v24i1030217

The dynamics of systems in barrier structures is determined by the rate of the fluctuational decay of metastable states in a potential relief. The nature of the decay undergoes a qualitative change with a variation of the temperature. As the temperature decreases, thermal fluctuations freeze out and are replaced by quantum ones, which leads to a kind of phase transition in the dynamics. The transition temperature depends on the degree of metastability and can be controlled by an external load. This dependence is calculated for an extended nanosystem in an inclined periodic relief of the "washboard" type in a wide range of load changes. The obtained dependence generalizes the previously known results and can serve as the phase diagram of various dynamics mechanisms.

Open Access Original Research Article

Study of Indoor Radon Using Data Mining Models Based on OLAP Cubes

Javier García-Tobar

Physical Science International Journal, Page 53-61
DOI: 10.9734/psij/2020/v24i1030219

This research has focused on a radon measurement campaign that was carried out in two dwellings in a residential building located in Madrid. A new methodology has been used in this field, such as the use of cubes based on On-Line Analytical Processing in SQL Server Analysis Services. The application of this methodology can be of particular interest in analysing thousands of radon measurements and complementary variables, which are easily obtained in any radon measurement campaign.

Open Access Original Research Article

Mechanical Perspective on the Rotational Doppler Shift of a Single Photon

Roberto Lozano

Physical Science International Journal, Page 62-67
DOI: 10.9734/psij/2020/v24i1030220

A theoretical model that relates the rotational Doppler shift of a photon and the rotational velocity of the lenses traversed by the beam of light, is presented. The mathematical relation, which is resolved in the context of a four-dimensional Minkowski flat spacetime and Cartesian coordinates, relates the rotational Doppler effect of a circularly polarized electromagnetic wave, caused by the transfer of spin angular momentum from a rotating object (lenses), with the coordinate acceleration of the rotating object, in the counter-propagating direction in which the photons move, and its angular velocity. From the analysis of the solved equation, it can be considered the generated coordinate acceleration and the theoretical possibility that it was obtained from the mechanical energy of a rotating object traversed by a beam of light, which, in turn, would generate a coordinate acceleration difference in the parallel and counter-propagating direction in which the photons move.