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On the nonradiating motion of point charges
, 2008
"... We investigate the possible existence of nonradiating motions of systems of point charges, according to classical electrodynamics with retarded potentials. We prove that two point particles of arbitrary electric charges cannot move for an infinitely long time within a finite region of space without ..."
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We investigate the possible existence of nonradiating motions of systems of point charges, according to classical electrodynamics with retarded potentials. We prove that two point particles of arbitrary electric charges cannot move for an infinitely long time within a finite region of space without
On the radiationless motion of point charges
, 2008
"... We investigate, from the point of view of classical electrodynamics with retarded potentials, the possible existence of nonradiating motions of point charges. We give a rigorous proof of the fact that two point particles of arbitrary electric charges cannot move for arbitrarily long times within a f ..."
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We investigate, from the point of view of classical electrodynamics with retarded potentials, the possible existence of nonradiating motions of point charges. We give a rigorous proof of the fact that two point particles of arbitrary electric charges cannot move for arbitrarily long times within a
Classical electrodynamics of point charges
, 2001
"... A simple mathematical procedure is introduced which allows redefining in a precise way divergent integrals and limits that appear in the basic equations of classical electrodynamics with point charges. In this way all divergences are at once removed without affecting the locality and the relativisti ..."
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A simple mathematical procedure is introduced which allows redefining in a precise way divergent integrals and limits that appear in the basic equations of classical electrodynamics with point charges. In this way all divergences are at once removed without affecting the locality
for relativistic Electrodynamics of point charges
, 2006
"... Variational principle and energy–momentum tensor ..."
Surface Stress of Point Charge Lattices
"... 25.61> q i q j r \Gamma1 nij ; (2) where r nij =j r nij j=j r ni \Gamma r nj j. There is a null entry in equation 2 for i = j when n = 0. For a bulk point charge lattice, Ewald recast this summation as two series, one in real space and the other in Fourier space (covering the reciprocal lattic ..."
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25.61> q i q j r \Gamma1 nij ; (2) where r nij =j r nij j=j r ni \Gamma r nj j. There is a null entry in equation 2 for i = j when n = 0. For a bulk point charge lattice, Ewald recast this summation as two series, one in real space and the other in Fourier space (covering the reciprocal
A pointcharge force field for molecular mechanics simulations of proteins based on condensedphase QM calculations
 J. Comput. Chem
, 2003
"... Abstract: Molecular mechanics models have been applied extensively to study the dynamics of proteins and nucleic acids. Here we report the development of a thirdgeneration pointcharge allatom force field for proteins. Following the earlier approach of Cornell et al., the charge set was obtained b ..."
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Abstract: Molecular mechanics models have been applied extensively to study the dynamics of proteins and nucleic acids. Here we report the development of a thirdgeneration pointcharge allatom force field for proteins. Following the earlier approach of Cornell et al., the charge set was obtained
Point Charge in the BornInfeld Electrodynamics
, 1997
"... We show that the nonlinear BornInfeld field equations supplemented by the “dynamical condition ” (certain boundary condition for the field along the particle’s trajectory) define perfectly deterministic theory, i.e. particle’s trajectory is determined without any equations of motion. It is a first ..."
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step towards constructing the consistent theory of point particles interacting with nonlinear electromagnetism.
POINT CHARGE SELFENERGY IN THE GENERAL RELATIVITY
, 2004
"... Singularities in the metric of the classical solutions to the Einstein equations (Schwarzschild, Kerr, Reissner – Nordström and Kerr – Newman solutions) lead to appearance of generalized functions in the Einstein tensor that are not usually taken into consideration. The generalized functions can be ..."
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the addition is included, the total energy proves finite and equal to mc 2, while for the Kerr and Kerr–Newman solutions the angular momentum is mca. As the Reissner– Nordström and Kerr–Newman solutions correspond to the point charge in the classical electrodynamics, the result obtained allows us to view
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