time dilation effect

time dilation effect

[′tīm də‚lā·shən i‚fekt]
(relativity)
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Many consider these changes to be actual physical changes, taking the Lorentz-Fitzgerald contraction and the time dilation effect to be real.
Well if so, you are suffering from something known as the 'Crouch Echlin Time Dilation Effect'.
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Botermann et al [1] reported results from an Ives-Stilwell [2, 3] time dilation experiment using [Li.sup.+] ions at speed v = 0.338c in the ESR storage ring at Darmstadt, and concluded that the data verifies the Special Relativity time dilation effect, in (1).
LT also guarantees that the time dilation effects of CTD are the same for the signal propagation time on De Witte's cable as they are for the measuring clocks, negating relative effect between the two.

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