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Volume 37: Pages 80-82, 2024


Maxwell’s equations in the Newtonian gravitational field derived from the elastic energy

Noboru Kohiyama a)


2-1-5-710 Shinmeidai, Hamura, Tokyo 205-0023, Japan


The Adams–Williamson equation adeptly characterizes the pressure distribution within Earth’s interior, highlighting the role of pressure in storing elastic energy. This stored energyforms the basis for deriving the Newtonian gravitational field. Intriguingly, the variability of the dielectric constant and electric charge (alongside magnetic permeability and magnetic charge) in response to gravitational field strength renders Maxwell’s equations applicable within the context of a strong gravitational field


L’équation d’Adams-Williamson caractérise habilement la distribution de la pression à l’intérieur de la Terre, soulignant le rôle de la pression dans le stockage de l’énergie élastique. Cette énergie stockée constitue la base de la dérivation du champ gravitationnel newtonien. Curieusement, la variabilité de la constante diélectrique et de la charge électrique (ainsi que de la perméabilité magnétique et de la charge magnétique) en réponse à l’intensité du champ gravitationnel rend les équations de Maxwell applicables dans le contexte d’un champ gravitationnel fort.


Key words: Gravitational Field; Coulomb’s Law; Maxwell’s Equations.


Received: September 9 3 2023; Accepted: February 14 2024; Published Online: February 9, 2024


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