Volume 20: Pages 248-254, 2007
Systematics of the Energy Density of Vacuum Fluctuations and Geometrodynamical Excitons
Claus W. Turtur 1
1University of Applied Sciences Braunschweig‐Wolfenbüttel, Salzdahlumer Straße 46/48, 38302 Wolfenbüttel, Germany
In geometrodynamics the energy density of the waves of quantum fluctuations leads to the well‐known problem of energy compensation within the explanation of the energy of geometrodynamical excitons. The correlation between their energy density and the spatial dimension of their volume in connection with the modes of zero‐point oscillations inside their volume is the subject of this article. It is found that the energy density is reciprocally proportional to the fourth power of the linear spatial dimension of the volume.
Keywords: energy density of the vacuum, Casimir effect, geometrodynamical excitons, vacuum fluctuations, zero‐point oscillations
Received: November 7, 2005; Published Online: March 26, 2009