1. Shukri Klinaku, Small error—Big confusion: The deep understanding of the Doppler effect

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Volume 32: Pages 418-421, 2019


Small error—Big confusion: The deep understanding of the Doppler effect


Shukri Klinakua)


University of Prishtina, Rr. George Bush 31, 10000 Prishtina, Kosovo


Up to date, physics has neglected the crucial role of the relative velocity in the Doppler Effect. This is a small error in appearance, but it brings big problems to all of physics. Observed frequency is dependent only on the relative velocity between wavefronts and the wave source/observer. This new approach to the Doppler Effect finds application in all kinds of fields, when the source (observer) is moving.


La physique actuelle a négligé le rôle crucial de la vitesse relative dans l'effet Doppler. C'est une petite erreur d'aspect, mais cela pose de gros problèmes à toute la physique. La fréquence observée dépend uniquement de la vitesse relative entre les fronts d'onde et la source d'onde/observateur. Cette nouvelle approche de l’effet Doppler trouve des applications dans toutes sortes de domaines, lorsque la source (observateur) se déplace.


Key words: Relative Velocity; Doppler Effect; General Doppler Effect Formula.


Received April 13, 2019; Accepted: August 18, 2019; Published Online: October 1, 2019


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