Quadratic Sagnac effect — the influence of the gravitational potential of the Coriolis force on the phase difference between the arms of a rotating Michelson interferometer (an explanation of D C Miller's experimental results 1921—1926)

@article{Malykin2015QuadraticSE,
  title={Quadratic Sagnac effect — the influence of the gravitational potential of the Coriolis force on the phase difference between the arms of a rotating Michelson interferometer (an explanation of D C Miller's experimental results 1921—1926)},
  author={G. Malykin and V. I. Pozdnyakova},
  journal={Physics-Uspekhi},
  year={2015},
  volume={58},
  pages={398-406}
}
  • G. Malykin, V. I. Pozdnyakova
  • Published 2015
  • Physics
  • Physics-Uspekhi
  • It is shown that when an equal-arm Michelson interferometer is involved in rotation (for example, Earth's rotation around its axis or around the Sun) and its arms are oriented differently with respect to the plane of rotation, a phase difference arises between the light rays that pass through different arms. This phase difference is due to the fact that the arms experience variously the Newtonian (nonrelativistic) scalar gravitational potential of the Coriolis forces. It is shown that the phase… CONTINUE READING
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