Electric field lines of an arbitrarily moving charged particle: https://arxiv.org/abs/2109.10792
S.G. Arutunian, M.A. Aginian, A.V. Margaryan, E.G. Lazareva, M. Chung
In this paper it is shown that the equations of electric field lines of an arbitrarily moving charged particle in the general case are reduced to homogeneous, linear differential equations with variable coefficients. For trajectories where the expression b=Zeta/(Gamma*Kappa) is a constant (Zeta - orbit torsion, Kappa - orbit curvature, Gamma - Lorentz factor of a particle) these equations are reduced to homogeneous, linear differential equations with constant coefficients. This case, in particular, includes all planar trajectories. This paper presents solutions of the equations of electric field lines and corresponding illustrations both in the orbital plane and outside it for a charge moving in a flat monochromatic linearly polarized wave.
Comments: 24 pages, 14 figures