Calculation of Particles in a Basic Bound State Theory

based on first principles: all parameters of the model are constrained by severe boundary conditions on geometry, energy and momentum conservation and rotation velocity.

Ref. H.P. Morsch, "Acceleration in a fundamental bound state theory and the fate of gravitational systems", Journal of Advances in Mathematics and Comp. Science 28(3): 1-13 (2018) (open access); H.P. Morsch, "Does the Standard Model of particle physics suffer from a mass problem?", To Physics Journal 3, 114 (2019) (open access);
preprint "Lepton Theory based on First Principles, deduced Radii and the Unique Structure of Neutrinos"; or contact h.p.morsch@gmx.de.

Calculation of fermion and boson binding energies, radii, momenta and rotation velocities of the following systems: A. Charged leptons: electron, muon or tau; B. Hadrons of simple structure, ω(0.782 GeV), φ(1.02 GeV), J/ψ(3.098 GeV) or Υ(9.46 GeV), or heavy vector bosons, Z(91.2 GeV) or W(80.4 GeV); C. Vector states of the systems before. By "view source code" the corresponding fortran codes can be inspected.

The parameters are: slope parameter b and rotation velocity (v/c) (constrained to fulfill energy and
momentum conservation). Further, the shape parameter κ=1.375 and coupling constant α=2.158 are needed, the same for all systems.