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2023, no. 3-4


Izmailov G.N., Ozolin V.V.

This synopsis presents theoretical and experimental methods for studying the conversion of the kinetic energy of black holes into the energy of relativistic jets of ionized gas developing after the absorption of stellar matter by a rotating black hole. An analogue between the drag effect of the reference system during its translational motion and the phenomenon of gravitomagnetism during mass rotation is shown. Maxwells equations for he electromagnetic field are compared with the equations for the gravitational field created not only by the translational motion of the mass, but also by its rotation. It is pointed out the LenseThirring effect experimental reliability in the case of slow rotations. Attention is drawn to the effects of rapid rotations of massive objects (black holes) on the motion of test particles. The high efficiency and lack of side waste for such transformation is noted. Various transformation mechanisms are discussed. An analogy is indicated between extracting the kinetic energy of a rotating black hole and converting it into the energy of a relativistic jet and converting the potential energy of a water jet into the kinetic energy of rotation of a hydraulic turbine (Francis turbine). The presented innovative methods are under development.

Keywords: Gravitomagnetism, black hole, KerrNewman metric, relativistic jets, plasma, magnetic reconnection, conversion energy efficiency.

UDC: 524.8, 533.9, 620.9

PACS: 04.70-s, 95.30 Qd, 95.30 Sf

DOI: 10.17238/issn2226-8812.2023.3-4.133-146

Please cite this article in English as:
GIzmailov G.N., Ozolin V.V. Simulation of kinetic energy extraction from a Kerr Newman black hole. Space, Time and Fundamental Interactions, 2023, no. 3-4, pp. 133-146.