Physics of Non-Inertial Reference Frames
Timur F. Kamalov
Physics Department, Moscow State Open University
Korchagina, 22, Moscow, 107996, Russia
Email: E-mail: TimKamalov@gmail.com
Home Page: http://www.timkamalov.narod.ru/
Physics of non-inertial reference frames is a generalizing of Newton's laws to any reference frames. The first, Law of Kinematic in non-inertial reference frames reads: the kinematic state of a body free of forces conserves and determinates a constant n-th order derivative with respect to time being equal to a negative value of the observerís reference frame invariant. The second, Law of Dynamic extended Newton's second law to non-inertial reference frames and also contains additional variables there are higher derivatives of coordinates. Dynamics Law in non-inertial reference frames reads: a force induces a change in the kinematic state of the body and is proportional to the rate of its change. It is mean that if the kinematic invariant of the reference frame is n-th derivative with respect the time, then the dynamics of a body being affected by the force F is described by the (n+1)-th differential equation. The third, Law of Static in non-inertial reference frames reads: the sum of all forces acting a body at rest is equal to zero.