Normal Fermi-Walker Derivative in $E_{1}^{3}$

Document Type: Research articles

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Ankara University

10.22080/cjms.2020.10693.1295

Abstract

In this paper, firstly, in $E_1^3$, we defined normal Fermi-Walker derivative and applied for the adapted frame. Normal Fermi-Walker parallelism, normal non-rotating frame, and Darboux vector expressions of normal Fermi-Walker derivative by normal Fermi-Walker derivative are given for adapted frame. Being conditions of normal Fermi-Walker derivative and normal non-rotating frame are examined for frames throughout spacelike, timelike, lightlike curves. It is shown that the vector field which takes part in [17] is normal Fermi-Walker parallel by the normal Fermi-Walker derivative throughout the spacelike, timelike, and lightlike general helix. Also, we show that the Frenet frame is a normal non-rotating frame using the normal Fermi-Walker derivative. Afterward, we testified that the adapted frame is a normal non-rotating frame throughout the spacelike, timelike, and lightlike general helix.

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