Russian Physics Journal

, Volume 35, Issue 6, pp 551–555 | Cite as

Gravitational-wave background as an initiator of longitudinal structure formation in a confined relativistic gas

  • A. B. Balakin
  • A. L. Trondin
Elementary Particle Physics And Field Theory


Exactly integrable models of a confined relativistic gas in the field of a high-intensity gravitational wave are investigated. It is shown that the development of irreversible phenomena and structure formation under the action of modulation of boundary conditions form the principal element of the effect of gravitational waves on physical systems.


Boundary Condition Structure Formation Physical System Integrable Model Gravitational Wave 
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  • A. L. Trondin

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