Comprehensive Research on the Origin of the Solar System Structure by Quantum-like Model

Qingxiang Nie
2011 International Journal of Astronomy and Astrophysics International Journal of Astronomy and Astrophysics  
A quantum-like model of gravitational system is introduced to explore the formation of the solar system structure. In this model, the chaos behavior of a large number of original nebular particles in a gravitational field can be described in terms of the wave function satisfying formal Schrödinger equation, in which the Planck constant  is replaced by a constant g  on cosmic scale. Numerical calculation shows that the radial distribution density of the particles has the character of wave
more » ... racter of wave curves with decreasing amplitudes and elongating wavelengths. By means of this model, many questions of the solar system, such as the planetary distance, mass, energy, angular momentum, the distribution of satellites, the structure of the planetary rings, and the asteroid belt and the Kuiper belt etc., can be explained in reason. In addition, the abnormal rotations of Venus and Mercury can be naturally explained by means of the quantum-like model. IJAA 53 large to be dominated by quantum law. By means of the Schrödinger-like equation of microscopic particles in the gravitational field, Nie et al. have made preliminary interpretations on the planetary distance [17] , the population of Kuiper belt objects [22] , and the unusual rotation of Venus and Mercury [23] . This paper attempts to systematically illustrate the origin of the solar system structure including planetary distance and mass, distribution of regular satellites, the asteroid belt and Kuiper belt, the structure of rings and so on. Q. X. NIE
doi:10.4236/ijaa.2011.12008 fatcat:kio2nfz2z5dpxiisgg4jjrrik4