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Higgs-field theoretic extension of the spin-gauge theory of gravity
Eckhard M. S. Hitzer
|Statement||vorgelegt von Eckhard M.S. Hitzer.|
|Series||Konstanzer Dissertationen -- 501|
|LC Classifications||QC793.5.B62 H58 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||120|
Gauge Field Theories: Spin One and Spin Two: Years After General Relativity (Dover Books on Physics) - Kindle edition by Scharf, Gunter. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Gauge Field Theories: Spin One and Spin Two: Years After General Relativity (Dover Books on Reviews: 3. The gauge theory as presented by the authors, incorporates Einstein's gravity into the universal picture of fundamental interactions and clarifies its physical nature as a Higgs field. A key point advanced here is the spontaneous breakdown of space-time symmetries according to the equivalence principle.
The first models,,,, considered an extension of the Standard Model with an additional singlet scalar field, ϕ, with renormalizable interactions with the Higgs field of the form: (1) V (ϕ, h) = m ϕ 2 2 ϕ 2 + λ ϕ 4 ϕ 4 + 1 2 g 2 ϕ 2 h † h, where m ϕ is the field mass, λ ϕ its self-coupling term and g the coupling term between the. TL;DR: No. It is true that it is the Higgs field gives elementary particles their mass. The Higgs field is the equivalent of the same constant value at every point in space. It is the value of this field which gives elementary particles their m.
The oscillations in the electromagnetic field are called photons; those in the Higgs field are called Higgs bosons. The Higgs Field is supposed to have a non-zero amplitude in its ground state, i.e. a non-zero vacuum expectation value. However, even if the Higgs boson is found, the existence of the Higgs Field is not proven. We propose a Yang-Mills field theory of gravity based on a unitary phase-gauge-invariance of the lagrangian where the gauge transformations are those of the SU(2) × U(1) symmetry of the 2-spinors. In the classical limit this microscopic theory results in Einstein's metrical theory of gravity, where we restrict ourselves in a first step to its.
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A new theory suggests that missing extra copies of the Higgs boson might explain why gravity is so much weaker than it should be.
By Avery Thompson Aug 6, Gauge theory gravity (GTG) is a theory of gravitation cast in the mathematical language of geometric those familiar with general relativity, it is highly reminiscent of the tetrad formalism although there are significant conceptual differences. Most notably, the background in GTG is flat, Minkowski equivalence principle is not assumed, but instead follows from the fact.
In quantum field theory, gauge gravitation theory is the effort to extend Yang–Mills theory, which provides a universal description of the fundamental interactions, to describe should not be confused with gauge theory gravity, which is a formulation of (classical) gravitation in the language of geometric should it be confused with Kaluza–Klein theory, where the gauge.
We propose a Lorentz-covariant Yang-Mills spin-gauge theory, where the function-valued Dirac matrices play the role of a nonscalar Higgs-field. As symmetry group we chooseSU(2) xU(1).
After symmetry breaking a nonscalar Lorentz-covariant Higgs-field gravity appears, which can be interpreted within a classical limit as Einstein's metrical theory of gravity, where we restrict ourselves Cited by: 2. Gauge theories are also important in explaining gravitation in the theory of general relativity.
Its case is somewhat unusual in that the gauge field is a tensor, the Lanczos tensor. Theories of quantum gravity, beginning with gauge gravitation theory, also postulate the existence of.
Request PDF | Gauge gravitation theory: Gravity as a Higgs field | Gravitation theory is formulated as gauge theory on natural bundles with spontaneous symmetry breaking, where gauge symmetries.
Higgs Field and a New Scalar-Tensor Theory of Gravity H. Dehnen, ~ H. Frommert, ~ and F. Ghaboussi I Received Janu The combination of Brans and Dicke's idea of a variable gravitational constant with the Higgs-field mechanism of elementary particle physics results in a new theory of gravity.
The Higgs boson is an elementary particle in the Standard Model of particle physics, produced by the quantum excitation of the Higgs field, one of the fields in particle physics theory.
It is named after physicist Peter Higgs, who inalong with five other scientists, proposed the Higgs mechanism to explain why particles have mechanism implies the existence of the Higgs boson. the diﬀerential geometrical formulation of the gravitational gauge theory of gravity which is formulated in this paper.
The relation between traditional quantum gravity and gravitational gauge theory of gravity is under studying now. As we have mentioned above, gauge ﬁeld theory provides a fundamental tool to study fundamental interactions. Šijački, Unified affine gauge theory of gravity and strong interactions with finite and infinite G L ¯ (4, ℝ) spinor fields, Ann.
Phys. () – Crossref, ISI, Google Scholar We propose a scalar-tensor theory of gravity with the Higgs field of theSU(3)SU(2)U(1) standard model of the elementary particles as scalar field, which results finally in Einstein's gravity and.
Large N Field Theories, String Theory and Gravity Ofer Aharony,1 Steven S. Gubser,2 Juan Maldacena,2,3 Hirosi Ooguri,4,5 and Yaron Oz6 1 Department of Physics and Astronomy, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJUSA 2 Lyman Laboratory of Physics, Harvard University, Cambridge, MAUSA.
The classical theory of gravity is formulated as a gauge theory on a frame bundle with spontaneous symmetry breaking caused by the existence of Dirac fermionic fields. gravity, is it possible that the Higgs field will provide the missing link between general relativity and quantum mechanics i.e.
could the Higgs field be the basis of a quantum theory of gravity. 2.) Can the theoretical Higgs Field be used as the “cause” of relativistic momentum or relativistic kinetic energy of a moving body.
3.). Gravity - Gravity - Gravitational theory and other aspects of physical theory: The Newtonian theory of gravity is based on an assumed force acting between all pairs of bodies—i.e., an action at a distance. When a mass moves, the force acting on other masses had been considered to adjust instantaneously to the new location of the displaced mass.
In this paper, I have studied the properties of atomic and molecular world along with general and special theories of relativity. This is an attempt to merge Gravity into the standard model in order to complete the Grand Unification Theory. The merger of gravity into the other forces i.e. electromagnetic, strong and weak nuclear forces should be well defined and in the boundaries of.
Our starting point for the unification of gravity and gauge fields is a polynomial action similar to the one proposed in .Here we focus on the bosonic sector, and discuss the coupling with fermions briefly in section We use for the gravitational gauge algebra and presume the Yang–Mills gauge algebra to also be a spin algebra, consistent with embedding the standard model gauge group.
Gauge theory extension to include number scaling by boson field: Some effects on physics and geometry is that A is the gradient of the Higgs field.4 These fibers give a Physicists with an. If the theory ends up being used by nature, it can for example explain why the Higgs boson mass is so light (only times the mass of the proton) – a problem which is difficult to solve.
The magnetic induction creates a negative electric field, causing an electromagnetic inertia responsible for the relativistic mass change; it is the mysterious Higgs Field giving mass to the particles. The Planck Distribution Law of the.
E-Infinity theory predicts nine more elementary particles to be discovered in a standard model including the Higgs addition a Higgs field is supposed to endow the particles with mass. This field must interact with the three nongravitational forces, i.e., the electromagnetic force, the weak force, and the strong force, therefore we could have four spin zero massive Higgs particles.
3) Certainly people have considered more complex possibilities in which the Higgs field and gravity are part of a larger structure in higher dimensions. However, that does not change the fact that there is no connection between gravity’s pull on energy and the Higgs field’s role in giving mass to some of the particles of nature.Working in the gauge theory formulation of gravity, we couple a Higgs field to spin connections, include a potential for the field, and show that for a suitable choice of Higgs vacuum, the local.