# Electrodynamics in noninertial frames

@inproceedings{NObukhov2021ElectrodynamicsIN, title={Electrodynamics in noninertial frames}, author={Yuri N.Obukhov}, year={2021} }

Abstract The electromagnetic theory is considered in the framework of the generally covariant approach, that is applied to the analysis of electromagnetism in noninertial coordinate and frame systems. The special-relativistic formulation of Maxwell’s electrodynamics arises in the flat Minkowski spacetime when the general coordinate transformations are restricted to a class of transformations preserving the Minkowski line element. The particular attention is paid to the analysis of the…

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