Gravitational Self Energy Mass and Gravitational Radiation Quantization within the Framework of the Generalized General Relativity

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In this work, the mass resulting from self energy is obtained by utilizing the generalized relativity. The expression for the mass which results from the gravitational field is finite. This expression is found by considering the mass first as small tiny string and second as small sphere. A useful equation for the propagation of graviton waves in space indicates that graviton propagates as travelling wave. By treating gravitation waves as wave packets a plank quantum expression for graviton energy dependent on the frequency is also found. The gravitational constant (parameter) is quantized also in this work.

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M. Abdalla, A. El-Tahir, M. Eisa, A. Alaamer, M. Elnabhani and K. Elgaylani, "Gravitational Self Energy Mass and Gravitational Radiation Quantization within the Framework of the Generalized General Relativity," International Journal of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Vol. 3 No. 2, 2013, pp. 131-136. doi: 10.4236/ijaa.2013.32015.

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