Volume 15: Pages 339-349, 2002
Conjugate Parameters of Physical Processes and Physical Time
George P. Shpenkov, Leonid G. Kreidik
Institute of Mathematics & Physics, UTA, Bydgoszcz, Poland
All physical phenomena run in nature with the continuous transformation of the kinetic field into the potential field and vice versa; i.e., they have the wave character. For this reason the structure of expressions representing these fields (both real physical space and physical time space) must be potential‐kinetic. Contemporary physics satisfactorily describes the kinetic field, but the complete description of the potential subfield is absent. In this paper we partially fill in this gap, beginning from the description of harmonic oscillations (of a material point) and the physical time wave field‐space.
Keywords: potential‐kinetic fields, oscillations, waves, physical time
Received: July 17, 2002; Published online: December 15, 2008