/ Gravitation and Cosmology arXiv:1608.03808


Manifestations of the rotation and gravity of the Earth in high-energy physics experiments


Obukhov, Yuri N. (NSI, Moscow) ; Silenko, Alexander J. (Dubna, JINR) ; Teryaev, Oleg V. (Moscow Phys. Eng. Inst.)

Published in: Phys.Rev.
Year: 2016
Vol.: D94    Num./Issue: 4
Page No: 044019
Pages: 14
Year: 2016-08-10 published

Abstract: The inertial (due to rotation) and gravitational fields of the Earth affect the motion of an elementary particle and its spin dynamics. This influence is not negligible and should be taken into account in high-energy physics experiments. Earth’s influence is manifest in perturbations in the particle motion, in an additional precession of the spin, and in a change of the constitutive tensor of the Maxwell electrodynamics. Bigger corrections are oscillatory, and their contributions average to zero. Other corrections due to the inhomogeneity of the inertial field are not oscillatory but they are very small and may be important only for the storage ring electric dipole moment experiments. Earth’s gravity causes the Newton-like force, the reaction force provided by a focusing system, and additional torques acting on the spin. However, there are no observable indications of the electromagnetic effects due to Earth’s gravity.
The inertial (due to rotation) and gravitational fields of the Earth affect the motion of an elementary particle and its spin dynamics. This influence is not negligible and should be taken into account in high-energy physics experiments. Earth's influence is manifest in perturbations in the particle motion, in an additional precession of the spin, and in a change of the constitutive tensor of the Maxwell electrodynamics. Bigger corrections are oscillatory, and their contributions average to zero. Other corrections due to the inhomogeneity of the inertial field are not oscillatory but they are very small and may be important only for the storage ring electric dipole moment experiments. Earth's gravity causes the Newton-like force, the reaction force provided by a focusing system, and additional torques acting on the spin. However, there are no observable indications of the electromagnetic effects due to Earth's gravity.

Web-Page: http://inspirehep.net/record/1480946/files/arXiv:1608.03808.pdf


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DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.94.044019
10.1103/PhysRevD.94.044019
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