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I made a post earlier today on gravitational time dilation. It got me thinking that in any accelerated frame of reference there must also be a time dilation, due to the equivalence principle. This can simply be a elevator accelerating through space or it can be caused by centripetal force. I was wondering what these equations are. I've tried searching for these equations but every time i searched, i somehow end up with the equation for gravitational time dilation.

What are the equations?

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# Time dilation on accelerated reference frames

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