Local Gravitoelectromagnetic Effects Inside A Metallic Liquid
Under specific conditions the fast rotation of a metallic liquid inside a toroidal chamber could produce an gravitoelectromagnetic field measurable in laboratory. Analogies between superconductors and moving metallic liquids. A metallic liquid flowing in a channel produces electromagnetic fields likely a rotating superconductor which produces a weak magnetic field. Such similitude is as much closer as higher the fluid speed is. That is due to a higher transport of magnetic force lines concerning conductor liquids. Furthermore it is interesting to note that the freezing effect of force lines is verified under infinite conductivity condition.
Keywords - METALLIC LIQUID, Gravitomagnetic field