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Biefeld-Brown Effect and Space Curvature of Electromagnetic Field

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With applying of new proposed electromagnetic gravity Lagrangian together with Einstein-Hilbert equation not zero space curvature was derived. The curvature gives “a priory” postulate of equivalence of mass and electro-magnetic field gravity properties. The non-zero trace of energy-stress tensor of electrical field changes space curvature of gravity mass, which yields to prediction of dependence of capacitor gravity mass from capacitor capacitance and voltage values, observed in Biefeld-Brown effect. The other, not observed prediction could be applied to coil gravity mass dependence from coil inductance and current values. New physical constant, electromagnetic field gravity constant αg, was introduced to conform with theoretical and experimental data.

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A. Maknickas, "Biefeld-Brown Effect and Space Curvature of Electromagnetic Field," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 4 No. 8A, 2013, pp. 105-110. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2013.48A009.

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