Abdullahi, Musa Daji
Mechanics / Electrodynamics
January 19, 2018
Electric charge, energy, magnetic field, mass, velocity
The paper assumed that the charge and mass of a particle are independent of its velocity relative to an observer. A particle of charge Q and mass m, moving at time t with velocity v is associated with electrostatic field Eo at an angle θ to the direction of velocity. A magnetic field H is generated due to velocity and a reactive electric field Ea is produced due to acceleration. As a result of aberration of electric field, Eo becomes a dynamic electric field Ev, shifted by aberration angle α from the stationary position. The moving particle emits electromagnetic radiation if it is accelerated. The magnetic field H carries no energy. The energy of Ev contains the electrostatic energy of the charge and the kinetic energy of the particle. The reactive electric field Ea acts on the same charge Q producing it to create a reactive force QEa equal and opposite to the accelerating force m(dv/dt), thereby causing inertia. It is also shown that E = ½ Mc^2 is the sum of intrinsic energies of the electric charges constituting a body of mass M. The total energy becomes E = ½ M(c^2 + v^2) for a moving body, in contrast to the relativistic formula E = Mc^2.
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