Thread: Simple question !!! Acceleration

1. Hi all !!!

I would like that somebody tell me how is the interpretation of an Acceleration in a uniform circumferential movement.

For example: in a rectilinear Movement accelerated uniform.
If we have it acceleration is 2 m/s(square), mean that the speed increases in 2 m/s in every second.

But in the circumferential Movement uniform, if we have an acceleration, for example of 5 m/s(square) what conclusion we can obtain?

it denotese that I do not want a definition.

Sorry by my english  2.

3. Arthur Bolstein, Peter Kohut
Slovakia
Alt. Email: area@atknet.sk

Abstract

A clear and simple physical analysis made by using a uniformly rotating reference frame proves the principal of "unavoidable interaction" is the reason for the slowing down of a moving clock.

Keywords: analysis, circumference, interaction, frame, observer, ring, velocity

Introduction

For the time interval t’ of a clock in uniform motion on the circumference of a rotating ring, the relation,

, (1)

is considered valid. Here t is the time interval of the fixed clock in the center of the ring, v is the circumferential velocity and c is the velocity of light , . It is obvious that centrifugal force is the only potential internal reason for the slowing down of the clock on the circumference because it is for the "fixed" observer, the only observable physical internal effect. It is proven in the following analysis that the slowing down of a clock according to equation (1) cannot be the consequence of centrifugal force.

Analysis

Acceleration a together with the force acting on a mass unit on the circumference depends on the circumferential velocity and on the radius r according to relation

, (2)

where ω is the angular velocity. Therefore for example, if at a constant angular velocity and increasing radius we have at some given t, a decreasing t’ it will result in an increased acceleration together with the centrifugal force acting on the mass unit on the circumference in the reference frames of a progression of uniformly rotating rings, but for example, with a constant circumferential velocity and a reducing radius we also have at some given t a constant t’ at increasing acceleration together with the centrifugal force acting on the mass unit on the circumference in the reference frames of a progression of uniformly rotating rings.

Argumentation

As clearly seen by the short analysis, there is no relation between the acceleration together with the centrifugal force acting on the mass unit on the circumference and the slowing down of clock in the reference frame of the uniformly rotating ring. The fact that a slowing down of the clock according to equation (1) cannot be the consequence of centrifugal force in uniformly rotating reference frame has been proven. The slowing down of clock according to equation (1) in the reference frame of the rotating ring clearly depends only on the circumferential velocity. At the same time we have to emphasize that the clock is at rest with respect to the rest observer in the reference frame of rotating ring, so the effect of the slowing down of the clock at the circumference cannot be caused by the relative motion of the clock with respect to the observer. Only the "unavoidable interaction" reason is the physical cause for slowing down of the clock. The running of any rest clock of any rest observer on the circumference in the reference frame of the rotating ring – in his reference frame, is influenced just by the motion of the observer together with his rest clock referenced to some external physical reality with which they have relative circumferential velocity. And clearly, time modifications are impossible to explain without the "unavoidable interaction" with the motion.

Conclusion

It has been proven that internal reasons cannot be the cause of time dilation. The reason for the slowing down of processes in moving bodies is their interaction with some physical reality (space, vacuum). The intensity of this interaction changes with the variation of the velocity of the moving body. So time depends on the intensity of interaction between the body and the external effect. The full explanation of this fact is available in my publication, "The nature of the Universe" which will be published in Slovakian. I have discovered, the nature of the "basic interaction" and the basic principle of the matter.

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