Classical Physics

   

Stationary Momentum and the Moment of Momentum in the Field of a Rotating Dipole

Authors: Radi I. Khrapko

Attention is drawn to the fact that speed and mass are not needed for the existence of momentum, mass flux, and momentum flux, generally speaking. However, a centripetal force is needed for a momentum flux along a curved path even in the absence of speed. In relation to the electromagnetic field of a rotating dipole, it is shown that the known angular momentum flux is not radiation, it is not associated with energy and has an orbital character. Regardless of this flux, there is a spin radiation, not noticed by modern electrodynamics.

Comments: 14 Pages. In Russian. Submitted to "Physics-Uspekhi"

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