Fundamentals of the theory of compressible oscillating ether. IOP Conf. Series: Journal of Physics: Conf. Series 1141 (2018) 012052
In the paper, ether is considered as a dense compressible inviscid oscillating medium
in threedimensional Euclidean space, having a density of ether and a velocity vector of
propagation of density perturbations at each instant of time. Ether can be described by two
nonlinear equations, where the first equation is the continuity equation, and the second is the
ether momentum conservation law. It is shown that the consequences of the system of these
two equations are: a generalized nonlinear system of MaxwellLorentz equations that is
invariant under Galileo transformations, the linearization of which leads to the classical system
of MaxwellLorentz equations; Coulomb law; representations for Planck's and fine structure
constants; formulas for the electron, proton and neutron in the form of wave solutions of the
system of two ether equations for which the calculated values of their internal energies, masses
and magnetic moments coincide, with an accuracy to fractions of a percent, with their
experimental values, anomalous from the point of view of modern physics.

