On the Equality of Relative Velocities Between Fixed Points for Observers in Different Rest Frames
Relativity and Gravity Publication - No. 36
Buenker
Robert J.
Prof. Dr.
Buenker, Robert J.
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2014-08-12
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<p> Applications of the theory of special relativity (SR) are discussed in which
the velocity of an object between fixed points needs to be determined from the
vantage point of two different rest frames. It has generally been assumed without
proof that the velocity is the same for all observers, and the conclusions of the
various theoretical discussions rely on this assumption. The velocity addition
theorem (VT) introduced by Einstein in his 1905 paper is employed to justify this
assumption on a general basis.
Relativistic velocity transformation
meson lifetimes
average range before decay
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