by Alexander L. Dmitriev | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

Dynamic weighing is a measuring of size of the average gravity force acting on a test body which is in the state of accelerated movement. The acceleration of a body, or its microparticles, can be caused both by forces of gravitation, and by a direct, electromagnetic...
by Musa D. Abdullahi | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

For an electron of mass m and charge e moving at time t with velocity v and acceleration d v /dt in an electric field of magnitude E, the accelerating force is proposed, in accordance with Newton’s second law of motion, as F = eE(c – v)/c = m(d v /dt). The...
by Musa D. Abdullahi | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

An electric charge Q of mass m, in the form of a spherical shell of radius a, moving at time t with velocity v and acceleration d v / d t, generates an electro-dynamic field X proportional to the acceleration. The field X acts on the self-same charge Q to produce an...
by Musa D. Abdullahi | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

An electric charge Q of mass m, in the form of a spherical shell of radius a, moving at time t with velocity v and acceleration d v / d t, generates an electro-dynamic field X proportional to the acceleration. The field X acts on the self-same charge Q to produce an...
by Musa D. Abdullahi | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

An electric charge Q of mass m, in the form of a spherical shell of radius a, moving at time t with velocity v and acceleration d v / d t, generates an electro-dynamic field X proportional to the acceleration. The field X acts on the self-same charge Q to produce an...