On The Relationship Between Relativistic Length Variations and Time Dilation
An experimental procedure is considered to measure the change in the length of an
object when it is accelerated. The same theoretical assumptions that form the
basis of the methodology for the Global Positioning System (GPS) are used in
order to predict the results of the experiment. It is concluded that the dimensions
of the test object increase uniformly in all directions in the same proportion as the
rates of co-moving clocks are slowed.