We use the assumption that the pulse axial current [i.sub.p](t) is almost uniformly distributed over the cross section [S.sub.Ci] of the core and shell (screen) of the wire (cable).
As for the calculation determination in (1) of the integral of action [J.sub.CiA] of the pulse axial current [i.sub.p](t) with arbitrary ATPs, for the case of its change over time t according to the aperiodic law of the form 
where [delta]=[[DELTA].sub.p]/[T.sub.p] is the current attenuation coefficient; [omega]=2[pi]/[T.sub.p] is the current frequency; [T.sub.p] is the current oscillation period; [[DELTA].sub.p]=ln([I.sub.mp1]/[I.sub.mp3]) is the logarithmic decrement of pulse current oscillations with the first [I.sub.mp1] and the third [I.sub.mp3] amplitudes in the HHIT circuit; [k.sub.p2]=[[exp(-[[DELTA].sub.p]/2[pi] x arcctg[[DELTA].sub.p]/2[pi])sin(arcctg[[DELTA].sub.p]/2[pi])].sup.-1] is the normalizing coefficient for the damped sinusoidal current, then the approximate calculation expression for the integral of action [J.sub.CiA] of the pulse axial current [i.sub.p](t) flowing in the HHIT power circuit takes the following simplified analytical form :
The effect of height h and load [Z.sub.L] on the total axial current for [E.sup.inc] = 1 V/m.
Assuming that HBC transmitter acts like a source that drives current into the human body, the expression in (16) can be used to characterize the total induced axial current in the cylinder model for the particular case of the transmitter located at the base of the cylinder.
A solid metal conductor of radius [r.sub.0] and length [l.sub.0] with pulsed axial current [i.sub.0] (t) of high density containing quantized <<hot>> of width [DELTA][z.sub.nh] and <<cold>> of width [DELTA][z.sub.nc] longitudinal sections 
External view of cooling in the air and asbestos cloth quantized sphere-like <<hot>> (width [DELTA][z.sub.nh] [approximately equal to] 7 mm) and cylindrical inner <<cold>> (width [DELTA][z.sub.nci] [approximately equal to] 21 mm) longitudinal sections (macroscopic areas of quantized longitudinal EWP) galvanized steel wire ([r.sub.0] =0.8 mm; [l.sub.0] =320 mm; [[DELTA].sub.0] =5 [micro]m; [S.sub.0] =2.01 [mm.sup.2]) immediately after exposure to an aperiodic pulsed axial current [i.sub.0](t) of the temporary shape [t.sub.m]/[[tau].sub.p] =9 ms/160 ms of high density ([I.sub.om] =745 A; [t.sub.m] =9 ms; [[tau].sub.p] =160 ms; [[delta].sub.0m] [approximately equal to] 0.37 kA/[mm.sup.2]; n= [bar.n] =9) 
For the first time settlement and experimentally investigated for a round galvanized steel wires, is confirmed the important fundamentals of the theory of electricity electrophysical the fact that in this metal conductor used with aperiodic pulsed axial current conduction time form 9 ms/160 ms and high density (about 0.37 kA/[mm.sup.2]) in the longitudinal direction extend quantized coherent electronic half-wave of de Broglie length [[lambda].sub.enz]/2 defined during the investigations by the quantum numbers n=1,3,9.
General view of the continuous round galvanized steel wires ([r.sub.0] = 0.8mm; [l.sub.0] = 320mm; [[DELTA].sub.0] =5 [micro]m; [S.sub.0] =2.01 [mm.sup.2]) included its ends by means of a bolted joint in high-power high-voltage discharge circuit GPC-C and placed on a thermal asbestos cloth, before subjecting it to an aperiodic pulse axial current [i.sub.0](t) of high density
In the late 1950s and early 1960s he originated helicity amplitude analysis, he "perfected an important theorem in T and P violations...[he] pioneered the use of nuclear absorption to detect the weak magnetism in weak interactions...[he] analytically demonstrated the partial conservation of axial current
(PCAC)...." In later decades after the Cultural Revolution in China, he directed others in their research on "grand unification theory, CP violation, non-linear sigma model effective Lagrangian theory, spontaneous symmetry breaking in super-symmetry, topological aspects of quantum filed theory and its relation to anomaly." Chou has also been important in the development of science and technology in China and the promotion of international science exchange.
By far, the greatest force results in the axial direction; however, a separate rotational force exists due to the axial current
flow from one end of the coil to the other.
These eigenmodes represent collective oscillations of the direction of total angular momenta of Cooper pairs which generate fluctuations of axial currents
in the superfluid system (spin density fluctuations).