A Relativistic Model of Fluids Motion

@article{Heinloo2010ARM,
  title={A Relativistic Model of Fluids Motion},
  author={Jaak Heinloo},
  journal={Applied Physics research},
  year={2010},
  volume={2},
  pages={145}
}
  • J. Heinloo
  • Published 19 October 2010
  • Physics
  • Applied Physics research
The paper suggests a relativistic model of fluids motion combining the conventional formulation of the relativistic fluid mechanics with the “Maxwell’s formulation” of equations of the relativistic flow field, following from application of the 4D formalism in deducing Maxwell’s equations with the 4-potential replaced by the 4-momentum flux. The model is formulated to demonstrate a possibility of an alternative interpretation of viscosity effects in non-relativistic and relativistic situations… 
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