Advanced General Relativity

Advanced General Relativity: Gravity Waves, Spinning Particles, and Black Holes  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by nebulae at May 16, 2017
Advanced General Relativity: Gravity Waves, Spinning Particles, and Black Holes

Claude Barrabes, Peter A. Hogan, "Advanced General Relativity: Gravity Waves, Spinning Particles, and Black Holes"
English | ISBN: 0199680698 | 2013 | 153 pages | PDF | 1 MB

Advanced General Relativity (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by arundhati at March 9, 2016
Advanced General Relativity (repost)

John Stewart, "Advanced General Relativity"
1991 | ISBN-10: 0521323193, 0521449464 | 236 pages | PDF | 6 MB

Advanced general relativity (Stewart J.) (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by harrry at June 10, 2009
Advanced general relativity (Stewart J.) (Repost)

Advanced general relativity (Stewart J.)
240 pages | Publisher: Cambridge University Press | Reprint edition (February 15, 2003) | ISBN-10: 0521449464 | PDF
A modern self-contained introduction to key topics in advanced general relativity. The opening chapter reviews the subject, with strong emphasis on the geometric structures underlying the theory. The next chapter discusses 2-component spinor theory, its usefulness for describing zero-mass fields, its practical application via Newman-Penrose formalism, together with examples and applications. The subsequent chapter is an account of the asymptotic theory far from a strong gravitational source, describing the mathematical theory by which measurements of the far-field and gravitational radiation emanating from a source can be used to describe the source itself. The final chapter describes the natural characteristic initial value problem, first in general terms, and then with particular emphasis for relativity, concluding with its relation to Arnold's singularity theory.

Advanced general relativity (Stewart J.)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by MrLAG at Feb. 1, 2007
Advanced general relativity (Stewart J.)

Advanced general relativity (Stewart J.)
240 pages | Publisher: Cambridge University Press | Reprint edition (February 15, 2003)
Language: English | ISBN-10: 0521449464 | ISBN-13: 978-0521449465 | 1.9Mb

A modern self-contained introduction to key topics in advanced general relativity. The opening chapter reviews the subject, with strong emphasis on the geometric structures underlying the theory. The next chapter discusses 2-component spinor theory, its usefulness for describing zero-mass fields, its practical application via Newman-Penrose formalism, together with examples and applications. The subsequent chapter is an account of the asymptotic theory far from a strong gravitational source, describing the mathematical theory by which measurements of the far-field and gravitational radiation emanating from a source can be used to describe the source itself. The final chapter describes the natural characteristic initial value problem, first in general terms, and then with particular emphasis for relativity, concluding with its relation to Arnold's singularity theory. Exercises are included.

Books on Special and General Relativity  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by angus77 at Aug. 26, 2014
Books on Special and General Relativity

Books on Special and General Relativity
English | PDF | Large Books Collection | 1.38 GB

General Relativity and Matter A Spinor Field Theory from Fermis to Light-Years  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AvaxGenius at May 14, 2017
General Relativity and Matter A Spinor Field Theory from Fermis to Light-Years

General Relativity and Matter A Spinor Field Theory from Fermis to Light-Years By Mendel Sachs
English | PDF | 1982 | 224 Pages | ISBN : 9048183707 | 21 MB

There exist essentially two levels of investigation in theoretical physics. One is primarily descriptive, concentrating as it does on useful phenomenological approaches toward the most economical classifications of large classes of experimental data on particular phenomena. The other, whose thrust is explanatory, has as its aim the formulation of those underlying hypotheses and their mathematical representations that are capable of furnishing, via deductive analysis, predictions - constituting the particulars of universals (the asserted laws)- about the phenomena under consideration.

Complex General Relativity  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AvaxGenius at May 14, 2017
Complex General Relativity

Complex General Relativity By Giampiero Esposito
English | PDF | 216 Pages | 2002 | ISBN : 0792333403 | 12 MB

This book is written for theoretical and mathematical physicists and mat- maticians interested in recent developments in complex general relativity and their application to classical and quantum gravity.
Einstein in Matrix Form: Exact Derivation of the Theory of Special and General Relativity without Tensors

Einstein in Matrix Form: Exact Derivation of the Theory of Special and General Relativity without Tensors (Graduate Texts in Physics) by G√ľnter Ludyk
English | 24 Jun. 2013 | ISBN: 3642357970 | 210 Pages | EPUB | 3.03 MB

This book is an introduction to the theories of Special and General Relativity. The target audience are physicists, engineers and applied scientists who are looking for an understandable introduction to the topic - without too much new mathematics. The fundamental equations of Einstein's theory of Special and General Relativity are derived

Differential Forms and the Geometry of General Relativity (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by DZ123 at Jan. 7, 2017
Differential Forms and the Geometry of General Relativity (Repost)

Tevian Dray, "Differential Forms and the Geometry of General Relativity"
English | 2014 | ISBN: 1466510005 | PDF | pages: 305 | 9.4 mb

Conformal Methods in General Relativity  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by readerXXI at Jan. 5, 2017
Conformal Methods in General Relativity

Conformal Methods in General Relativity
by Juan A. Valiente Kroon
English | 2016 | ISBN: 1107033896 | 625 Pages | True PDF | 6.93 MB

A systematic exposition, developed from the ground up, demonstrating how conformal methods can be used to study the global properties of solutions to Einstein's theory of gravity. For graduate students and researchers, this self-contained account examines the key results in mathematical relativity over the last thirty years.