Relativity and Cosmology

   

The Theory of the Relativity of Electromotive Space-Time

Authors: Yingtao Yang

The theory of the relativity of electromotive space-time is to study the transform of time and space of two electromotive inertial reference systems (with inertial movement and electric potential difference). It is a fundamental theory of theoretic physics based on the experimental facts of Einstein’s special relativity and the inversion proportional law of Coulomb’s force. It founded new physical space-time conception, i.e., space-time is composed of quaternion space and time and proposed some new basic concepts of physics, such as limit electric potential, quaternion potential etc., revealing the inherent relationship between electric potential—velocity and time—space. This paper discussed in detail the process of establishment of complex variable electromotive space-time relativity and quaternion electromotive space-time relativity as well as their various conversion forms. The paper is one on the basic theory of the author’s serial papers. Keyword: theory of the relativity of electromotive space-time; theory of complex variable electromotive space-time relativity; quaternion electromotive space-time relativity; theory of the relativity of electric potential; special relativity; limit of electric potential; complex velocity; complex electric potential; quaternion velocity; quaternion electric potential; quaternion

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