真诚 勤勉 达观 自然
1 Equations of self-similar fractal measure based on the non-integral order calculus
2 The approximate equivalent analytical solution of the nonlinear dynamics equation and its applications
Adaptive connection equation and its preset iteration method in discontinuous area of data curve
General tendency equation of natural saturation process curve and creep process curve
Mechanical equation of
of light for the
constancy of two-way velocity of light(invariance
two-way speed of light)
Zero-point energy step equation, smooth average energy equation and average energy equation at negative absolute temperature
The tendency differential equation and its conditional solutions of the statistical distributions of the particles
5 Tendency equations of stable nuclides, limit of periodic table of chemical element, and distributional equation of particle mass
Equation of average binding energy per nucleon
6 Continuous orbit theory and discrete orbit (or stable orbit) theory of celestial body motion
General form of Binet’s equation of celestial body motion orbit
Reports and Papers
1 YAN Kun. Energy-exchange descriptions on the superluminal velocity and quantum fractal
2 YAN Kun.
The general expression of Binet equation about celestial bodies motion
"Progress in Geophysics (in Chinese with abstract in English),2005, 20(2): 534～539. DOI:10.3969/j.issn.1004-2903.2005.02.052."
3 YAN Kun. The tendency analytical equations of stable nuclides and the superluminal velocity motion laws of matter in geospace
"Progress in Geophysics (in Chinese with abstract in English),2006, 21(1): 38～47. DOI:10.3969/j.issn.1004-2903.2006.01.007."
4 YAN Kun.
Introduction on background medium theory about
celestial body motion orbit and equations of non-integral order calculus
about self-similar fractal measure calculation
"Progress in Geophysics (in Chinese with abstract in English), 2007, 22(2): 451～462. DOI:10.3969/j.issn.1004-2903.2007.02.018."
5 YAN Kun. Research on adaptive connection equation in discontinuous
area of data curve
YAN Kun. Brief
annotation of the connection equation
Before Initially (Āgama)
After Finally (Tathatā)