Alternating current regimes in linear electric circuits according to the relativistic circuit theory

  • Emil Ivanov Panov Technical University of Varna, Bulgaria
Keywords: relativistic circuit theory, special circuit theory, alternating current regimes in relativistic form, resonance in relativistic form, transient processes in relativistic form

Abstract

The paper presents some new chapters of the relativistic circuit theory, which are part of the special theory of relativity. It explores the alternating current regimes in the linear electric circuits, which are moving with very high speeds less than the speed of light. In the paper a large group of basic problems, connected with the relativistic fundamental laws in the time domain and in phasor form for the linear electric circuits are observed. The relativistic forms of the phasors of the basic quantities of the electric circuits (currents, voltages), the complex powers and the relativistic relations of the basic parameters of the circuits (angular frequencies, phases, phase shifts, reactances, susceptances, impedances, admittances) are presented, too. Additionally, some phenomena as resonances and transient processes in fast moving linear electric circuits are observed, as well. All the formulas in the paper are extracted consecutively and they are followed by explanations in full details. The final results are supported by many simple examples about fast moving linear electric circuits.

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Published
2018-12-17
How to Cite
Panov, E. (2018, December 17). Alternating current regimes in linear electric circuits according to the relativistic circuit theory. ANNUAL JOURNAL OF TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF VARNA, BULGARIA, 2(2), 20-39. https://doi.org/10.29114/ajtuv.vol2.iss2.88
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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, ELECTRONICS AND AUTOMATION
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