Universal Journal of Physics and Application Vol. 11(5), pp. 150 - 153
DOI: 10.13189/ujpa.2017.110503
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On the Possibility of Primordial Torsion Detection from Magnetic Helicity and Energy Spectra


L.C. Garcia de Andrade *
Department of Theoretical Physics, Institute of Physics, Rio de Janeiro State University (UERJ), Brazil

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this paper is twofold: First lending more supports to torsion alternative gravity theories to General Relativity and cosmology, and torsion detection by showing how they can simply be used in the investigation of helicity and magnetic energy spectra of primordial magnetic fields PMF) by using a strong value of torsion of 10MeV previously computed by the author. Dynamo mechanism seeds in the Primordial Universe have been a matter of intense investigation lately. The second purpose is to apply these torsion theories in the special random spins gauge where its time component torsion gauge T0 = 0. This implies that spins of the nucleons are polarised orthogonal to QCD domain walls. A modification of circular polarization at 1Mpc scale, gives rise to left torsion helicity which using a QCD seed BQCD ∼ 1016 G yields magnetic field (MF) of B_ ∼ 1030 Gauss which was the value obtained by Enqvist et al using neutrinos and galactic dynamos at QED scales. The B+ mode can be shown to constrain torsion to T ∼ 107 Mev at 1pc which can be detected at LHC scales. These constraints at 1Mpc reach only 10-10 MeV.

KEYWORDS
Modified Gravity Theories, Dynamos, Magnetic Helicity

Cite this paper
L.C. Garcia de Andrade . "On the Possibility of Primordial Torsion Detection from Magnetic Helicity and Energy Spectra." Universal Journal of Physics and Application 11.5 (2017) 150 - 153. doi: 10.13189/ujpa.2017.110503.