August 25, 2014
Inertial systems; Directing equations; Direct transformation factor; Relativistic momentum; Relativistic Energy; Relativistic Force; Relativistic acceleration
The relativistic concepts, which were previously presented in the research papers [2,3], are crystallized and amalgamated in this paper in the theory of s-relativity, comprising relativistic kinematics and dynamics. The mathematical formulation of the proposed theory of the s-relativity differs from that of the Lorentz transformation and the Einstein's special relativity.
The presented theory is a mathematical structure strictly based on the mathematically formulated axiomatic statements. The theory determines equations of spatial and timing relationship between uniformly moving inertial systems and objects, and formulates the dynamic laws of physics with consideration of the effects of extremely high speed of movement.