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TGD & Quantum Hydrodynamics: Some Applications

Matti Pitkänen


This article is the second one in a series of 2 articles. The purpose of this article is to consider possible applications of Topological Geometrodynamics (TGD) to quantum hydrodynamics. The hydrodynamic quantum analogs is a fascinating field and TGD picture is applied to this case. The basic prediction is that the Faraday wavelength playing the role of Compton wavelength corresponds to the gravitational Compton length predicted by the generalization of the Nottale hypothesis. The value is very near to the minimal value predicted by TGD. In the TGD framework it might be possible to understand viscosity in terms of dark angular momentum unit heff = nh0. A proposal, which allows us to understand the critical values of Reynolds numbers for the generation of turbulence in terms of the gravitational Compton lengths associated with Sun and Earth is made. Also this success supports the view that new quantum theory provided by TGD is needed in order to understand the generation of turbulence. The universality of QHD according to TGD motivates the proposal for an application to hadron and nuclear physics. The general description of quantum tunneling could be in terms of ZEO involving two BSFRs and therefore temporary time reversal at the MB of the system of colliding particles. Quantum hydrodynamics and large values of heff would be involved with this period. A model of "cold fusion" is one practical application.

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