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The description of the rotating disk in special relativity is revisited to find a new property that could help to improve the performance of gyrometers. On a rotating disk, two particles which bounce in opposite directions at the vertices of a regular polygon are considered. On the return to the entry point, a clock measures the time difference. A...

On a rotating disk, two particles bounce at the vertices of a regular polygon in opposite directions. On the return to the entry point, a clock measures the time difference, called Sagnac effect. Due to Coriolis effects, the counterclockwise and clockwise paths are different. The particular case of the slow disk where the two trajectories are very...

On a rotating disk, two particles bounce at the vertices of a regular polygon in opposite directions. On the return to the entry point, a clock measures the time difference, called Sagnac effect. Due to Coriolis effects, the counterclockwise and clockwise paths are different. The particular case of the slow disk where the two trajectories are very...

We all have in mind Einstein’s famous thought experiment in the elevator where we observe the free fall of a body, and then the trajectory of a light ray. Here, in addition to the qualitative aspect, the exact calculations are carried out, and the worldlines equations are given. A uniformly accelerated reference frame in rectilinear translation is...

We all have in mind Einstein's famous thought experiment in the elevator where we observe the free fall of a body, and then the trajectory of a light ray. Simply here, in addition to the qualitative aspect, we carry out the exact calculation, and for the first time the worldlines equations are given. We consider a uniformly accelerated reference fr...

We all have in mind Einstein's famous thought experiment in the elevator where we observe the free fall of a body, and then the trajectory of a light ray. Simply here, in addition to the qualitative aspect, we carry out the exact calculation. We consider a uniformly accelerated reference frame in rectilinear translation, and we show that the trajec...

We all have in mind Einstein’s famous thought experiment in the elevator where we observe the free fall of a body, and then the trajectory of a light ray. Simply here, in addition to the qualitative aspect, we carry out the exact calculation. We consider a uniformly accelerated reference frame in rectilinear translation, and we show that the trajec...

We all have in mind Einstein's famous thought experiment in the elevator where we observe the free fall of a body and then the trajectory of a light ray. Simply here, in addition to the qualitative aspect, we carry out the exact calculation. We consider a uniformly accelerated reference frame in rectilinear translation and we show that the trajecto...

We all have in mind Einstein's famous thought experiment in the elevator where we observe the free fall of a body and then the trajectory of a light ray. Simply here, in addition to the qualitative aspect, we carry out the exact calculation. We consider a uniformly accelerated reference frame in rectilinear translation and we show that the trajecto...

La mesure d’une grandeur par un système d’acquisition induit de part sa résolution une erreur de discrétisation. Nous nous attachons ici à la mesure d’une longueur avec une règle graduée. Ce type de mesure nous amène à considérer une loi de probabilité continue uniforme. Nous utilisons ensuite un produit de convolution pour déterminer l’incertitude...