## V.N. Samokhvalov. Non-electromagnetic force interaction in presence of rotating masses in vacuum

We present the results of experimental research of interaction of rotating disks made of non-ferromagnetic materials, which have variable quadrupole moment, and their force effects on moving masses in moderate vacuum, which causes the occurrence of rotation and repulsion of solids from rotating masses. Experimentally ascertained value of mass-dynamic repulsive force, affecting the screen by (160 1/s) rotating disc, weighing 50 g, was about 2,5…2,7 N, and the value of mass-dynamic torsion, torque was about 1 N$\cdot$сm. That was by 20 orders more than the value of the gravimagnetic force determined by general theory of relativity. On the grounds of experimentally ascertained force effects, we can assume that a type of interaction under the condition of the presence of a relative mass movement similar to a relative electric charge movement plays an important role in nature.