I am curious as to the formula for radiative power due to a single object in forced circular motion.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

In particular, I am interested in the power of gravitational radiation for volumetric invariant mass densities for both the low density Newtonian limit and the high density general relativistic limit for the above scenario.

Additionally, I am interested in the power formulas for the above scenarios for which the object would undergo forced circular motion with a tangential velocity near the speed of light.

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# A Gravitational Radiation Of Object In Forced Circular Motion.

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