The Reverse Direction of Modeling of Material Properties




Abstract: During past several decades, the material science research workers had successfully used a forward direction of modeling of material properties. It is based on a macro-analysis of plastoelastic properties of metals and a detail examination of effects of chemical compositions, thermomechanical treatment, grain structures and crystal structures on the material properties. This direction of modeling led to the development of numerous new grades of materials for various industrial applications. Still, we may expect a growing demand for the materials with substantially superior properties during a forthcoming age of exploration of space. This paper describes briefly the reverse direction of modeling of material properties based on the Unified Space Multiverse (USM) theory developed by the author since 1993. The efficiency of any mathematical model of a natural phenomenon is defined by its ability to calculate accurately as many as possible properties of the modeled phenomena based on as a few as possible assumptions. A high efficiency of the USM theory is due to the utilization of the 4D spiral spacetime called toryx as a prime element of the Multiverse. The unique polarization, quantum, unification and generic properties of the toryx allow us to model structures and properties of entities of both micro- and macro-worlds of various levels of the Multiverse, including our ordinary Universe, by using mostly the same spacetime equations.

Authors: Vladimir B. Ginzburg

Keywords: 4D spiral spacetime, toryx, topology, quantization, polarization, unification, elementary particles, nucleons, atoms, universe, multiverse

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