Rigid body and the “length contraction paradoxes” in special relativity
作者: NaimSylaShukriKlinaku
刊名: Physics Essays, 2017, Vol.30 (1), pp.97-99
来源数据库: Physics Essays
DOI: 10.4006/0836-1398-30.1.97
原始语种摘要: In physics, the concept of a rigid body (RB) implies a body that retains its form, i.e., even its volume, as long as it is not subject to forces that destroy the connections between its components. However, according to the special theory of relativity (STR), a RB will be distorted even without these forces, if it makes even the simplest motions in vacuum. The treatment of a RB according to the STR is closely related to the “length contraction hypothesis”: according to the relativists who stated that “length contraction” is true, there is no RB in the STR; while according to the relativists who stated that “length contraction is only velocity perspective ,” the term RB continues to be valid in the STR, but must be redefined. Here, it will be proved that this STR claim does not hold true...
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  • special 特别的
  • according 按照
  • length 距离
  • relativity 相对性
  • contraction 收缩
  • claim 权利要求范围
  • STR STatus Register
  • options 保留购买权
  • only 唯一的
  • these 这些的