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Anatoly A Khripov

Anatoly A Khripov

PhD in physics

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Additional affiliations
January 2010 - January 2014
ITMO University
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
Description
  • One year lecture course of fluid mechanics (general theorems and equations, laminar flows, supersonic flows, turbulence theory, boundary layer theory, lifting force theory, gas-liquid flows, hydraulics)
January 2010 - January 2014
ITMO University
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
Description
  • 1. Project of a development of NMR methods to detect adulteration of food products 2. Virtual lab works on food process technology using ActionScript programming 3. Project on an unification of Flash animation with Mathcad
September 2007 - May 2009
Piter publishers
Position
  • Editor
Education
August 1999 - May 2000
September 1992 - December 2002
Saint Petersburg State University
Field of study
  • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in surfactant solution and in surfactant-polymer water systems

Publications

Publications (7)
Article
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Implementation of IT significantly increases opportunities of the leading operators on the commodity market in the sphere of efficient quality and safety monitoring throughout the food products life cycle. Development of the compact analytical equipment for control of physical and chemical parameters regulated by the applicable technical standards...
Article
We propose a new nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) method of rapid remote determination of casein concentration in dairy products in unopened packages. The method was successfully tested for whole milk products in unopened packages. The milk products had a fat concentration in a range of 0–6%, casein concentration in a range of 0–3% and were produce...
Conference Paper
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It is proposed a series of new NMR relaxometry, diffusometry, spectroscopy techniques for the development of drug capsulation technology. On the basis of this NMR study a new capsulation system, the same charged gelling biosystem, was proposed. The nanostructure properties of the gelling bio-system including the phase diagram, nanopore and aggregat...
Book
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This book is available at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nlmcatalog/101259993 My translation of the 1st chapter is here: http://model-gunipt.narod.ru/olderfiles/1/Tomo_in_med_diag_english_Ch11.htm
Article
A study of macroscopic properties and microstructure of the 1 wt.% gellan gum-5 wt.% SDS-water system is presented. The complementary data obtained by DSC, NMR, rheological and CD studies allow us to conclude that the system has thermoreversible sol-I, sol-II (double helix) and gel states which are similar to those for aqueous gellan gum solutions....
Conference Paper
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This article shows that the flexible inductance coil, proposed by the author first in A.M. Khripov and A.A. Khripov, Patent of Russian Federation 2095949 (1997) and A.A. Khripov, Proc. 19<sup>th</sup> Ann. Internat. Conf. of IEEE Engng. in Med. and Biol. Soc., Chicago, IL, USA, p. 889-93 (Oct.-Nov., 1997), can experimentally and theoretically be de...
Conference Paper
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The distinctive property of the proposed flexible receiver coil consists in that it allows to change both the form and volume of the area enclosed in this coil. The sample occupies the whole volume of the coil. Signal to noise ratio is improved due to the reduction of the part of the electromagnetic power which is scattered by excited nuclear spin...

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Questions (164)
Question
Dear Sirs,
I did not find an answer to this question in Internet for both quasi-relativistic and relativistic case. I would be grateful if you give any article references.
As I think the answer may be yes due to the following simplest consideration. Suppose for simplicity we have a quasi relativistic particle, say electron or even W boson - carrier of weak interaction. Let us suppose we can approximately describe the particle state by Schrodinger equation for sufficiently low velocity of particle comparing to light velocity. A virtual particle has the following properties. An energy and momentum of virtual particle do not satisfy the well known relativistic energy-momentum relation E^2=m^2*c^4+p^2*c^2. It may be explained by that an energy and a momentum of the virtual particle can change their values according to the uncertainty relation for momentum and position and to the uncertainty relation for energy and time. Moreover because of the fact that the virtual particle energy value is limited by the uncertainty relation we can not observe the virtual particle in the experiment (experimental error will be more or equal to the virtual particle energy).
In the Everett's multi-worlds interpretation a wave function is not a probability, it is a real field existing at any time instant. Therefore wave function of wave packet of W boson really exists in the Universe. So real quasi relativistic W boson can be simultaneously located in many different space points, has simultaneously many different momentum and energy values. One sees that a difference between real W boson and virtual W boson is absent.
Is the above oversimplified consideration correct? Is it possible to make any conclusion for ultra relativistic virtual particle? I would be grateful to hear your advises.
Question
Dear Sirs,
I am experiencing very special feelings every time I enter a forest, especially pine forest. When I am in a field outside a forest these feelings are absent. These feeling are quite strong and permanent. I usually walk in wild forests far away from a city or villages.
The most obvious reason of the special feelings can be an air saturated by essential substances which are core components of every plant medicinal sedative (e.g. valerian drops). But it seems to me that there may be additional reasons.
I would be pleased if you could give your comments.
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Dear Sirs,
In the below I give some very dubious speculations and recent theoretical articles about the question. Maybe they promote some discussion.
1.) One can suppose that every part of our reality should be explained by some physical laws. Particularly general relativity showed that even space and time are curved and governed by physical laws. But the physical laws themself is also a part of reality. Of course, one can say that every physical theory can only approximately describe a reality. But let me suppose that there are physical laws in nature which describe the universe with zero error. So then the question arises. Are the physical laws (as an information) some special kind of matter described by some more general laws? May the physical law as an information transform to an energy and mass?
2.) Besides of the above logical approach one can come to the same question by another way. Let us considers a transition from macroscopic world to atomic scale. It is well known that in quantum mechanics some physical information or some physical laws dissapear. For example a free paricle has a momentum but it has not a position. Magnetic moment of nucleus has a projection on the external magnetic field direction but the transverse projection does not exist. So we can not talk that nuclear magnetic moment is moving around the external magnetic field like an compass arror in the Earth magnetic field. The similar consideration can be made for a spin of elementary particle.
One can hypothesize that if an information is equivalent to some very small mass or energy (e. g. as shown in the next item) then it maybe so that some information or physical laws are lossed e.g. for an electron having extremely low mass. This conjecture agrees with the fact that objects having mass much more than proton's one are described by classical Newton's physics.
But one can express an objection to the above view that a photon has not a rest mass and, e.g. rest neutrino mass is extremely small. Despite of it they have a spin and momentum as an electron. This spin and momentum information is not lost. Moreover the photon energy for long EM waves is extremely low, much less then 1 eV, while the electron rest energy is about 0.5 MeV. These facts contradict to a conjecture that an information transforms into energy or mass.
But there is possibly a solution to the above problem. Photon moves with light speed (neutrino speed is very near to light speed) that is why the physical information cannot be detatched and go away from photon (information distribution speed is light speed).
3.) Searching the internet I have found recent articles by Melvin M. Vopson
which propose mass-energy-information equivalence principle and its experimental verification. As far as I know this experimental verification has not yet be done.
I would be grateful to hear your view on this subject.

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