Scientific Research

The scientific team "Creative Way" conducts its scientific activities in the following basic directions.

І. Electromagnetic interactions

The research focus in this direction is the electromagnetic interaction between conducting bodies possessing centers of symmetry. The classical Coulomb’s law is generalized for point charges to obtain exact analytical formulae for the potential energy and the force of electrostatic interaction between two conducting spheres of random charges and radii. The potential of the field generated by the charges of the two spheres is also obtained. We have publications in journals with impact factor, already referred to in the literature.
On the basis of these results we have demonstrated the electrostatic nature of the nuclear forces and have established the structure of the basic simple nuclei: deuteron, triton, helion and α-particle. The results are published in international journals.

ІI. Experimental and theoretical specifying of deviations

The basic part of the research in this direction is centered onto the development of a new algebraic method for presentation of the maximal inaccuracies in a given experiment and the calculation of their values. Publications in prestigious journals confirm our leading place in such studies. 
We have also published investigations showing the inexactness of the Clausius principle in thermodynamics. We have studies generalizing the classical laws of motion of a material point, as well as specifying the concepts of rest (motionlessness), inertia and mass.

ІІІ. Osmotic processes under varied influences

In this direction we investigate the nature and character of the osmotic processes. We have introduced the concept of impeded osmosis, that is, diffusion of fluids through a selectively permeable membrane in confined volumes, and study the differences between free and impeded osmosis. The process is explored under the action of selected influences: temperature, external pressure, electromagnetic field, ultrasonic waves, etc.
We have developed a theoretical hydrodynamic model describing the process of mass transfer through a semipermeable membrane at osmosis under different conditions. Furthermore, we have developed a new osmotic weight method and a device for determination of the mass transfer, osmotic pressure, and other important characteristics of the solutions.

ІV. Osmotic and capillary engines

We apply the theoretical results of our investigations of the osmotic processes in practice to build a hybrid osmotic engine for the environment-friendly production of energy.
We have an idea of obtaining energy as based on the principle of cyclic avalanche.

V. Osmotic-electromagnetic influences on biological object

The goal in this direction is to develop a new complex method for the investigation of tumors and other untreatable disorders by using combined osmotic and electromagnetic impact, as well as other influences upon living cells.
We have applied to a patent for a device for membrane separation and selective decontamination of industrial fluids and biological object (#110149/29.05.2008) and have won a project  “Development of a device and method for the investigation of osmotic processes under electromagnetic wave influence with application for the destruction of tumor cellular lines” with the Bulgarian Fund of Scientific Research.

VІ. Sedimentation processes. Barycentric method

ОThe basic share of our success in this direction belongs to the development of methods and devices for determining sedimentation stability and conducting sedimentation analysis of liquid dispersions. We have a patent application for a new method for determining the sedimentation stability and executing sedimentation analysis of liquid dispersions (#111207/18.05.2012). We have developed different methods (differential, converting) and devices for investigation of the sedimentation of magnetic suspensions. We offer also a simple algebraic method for the determination of the solid content and the densities of the components in liquid dispersions.
We have put forward a generalization of Stokes’ law for the sedimentation of fluids in a variable inhomogeneous gravitational field or in a centrifugal field, as well as for the sedimentation of fluid dispersion of an arbitrarily high concentration.

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