Author: Saa
Publisher: Saa Society for the Advancement
Keywords: relativistic, mechanics, new, basis, fundamental, autodynamics
Number of Pages: 260
Published: 1999-02-01
List price: $25.00
ISBN-10: 0966553314
ISBN-13: 9780966553314

In 1940, a brilliant young student found a flaw in Einstein’s calculations for special relativity and within four years, a new set of equations emerged describing what he call "Autodynamics". Finally, after over 50 years of brilliant work, a book has emerged from what many are calling the genius mind of the physics for the next millennium: physicist and PH.D. Dr. Ricardo Carezani. His theory describes everything from the smallest sub-atomic particles to super structures in the universe, whose implications include the lifting of the light speed barrier, a description for a mechnis

Author: Remi Hakim
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Keywords: gravitation, relativistic, introduction
Number of Pages: 288
Published: 1999-06-13
List price: $58.00
ISBN-10: 0521459303
ISBN-13: 9780521459303

This is an introductory textbook on applications of general relativity to astrophysics and cosmology. The aim is to provide advanced students with a toolkit for understanding astronomical phenomena that involve velocities close to that of light or intense gravitational fields. The author gives a thorough grounding in special relativity, with space-time the central concept. Examples of relativistic gravitation in action are drawn from the astrophysical domain. The book can be read on two levels: first as an introductory fast-track course, and then as a detailed course reinforced by problems tha

Author: B. M. Barbashov
Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc
Keywords: theory, string, relativistic, introduction
Number of Pages: 264
Published: 1990-09
List price: $80.00
ISBN-10: 9971506874
ISBN-13: 9789971506872

Author: Robert M. Wald
Publisher: University Of Chicago Press
Keywords: stars, relativistic, holes, black
Number of Pages: 285
Published: 1999-04-01
List price: $32.00
ISBN-10: 0226870359
ISBN-13: 9780226870359

A comprehensive summary of progress made during the past decade on the theory of black holes and relativistic stars, this collection includes discussion of structure and oscillations of relativistic stars, the use of gravitational radiation detectors, observational evidence for black holes, cosmic censorship, numerical work related to black hole collisions, the internal structure of black holes, black hole thermodynamics, information loss and other issues related to the quantum properties of black holes, and recent developments in the theory of black holes in the context of string theory.Volum

Author: Victor Brumberg
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Keywords: mechanics, celestial, relativistic, essential
Number of Pages: 274
Published: 1991-01-01
List price: $194.95
ISBN-10: 0750300620
ISBN-13: 9780750300629

Essential Relativistic Celestial Mechanics presents a systematic exposition of the essential questions of relativistic celestial mechanics and their relation to relativistic astrometry. The book focuses on the comparison of calculated and measurable quantities that is of paramount importance in using general relativity as a necessary framework in the discussion of high-precision observations and for the construction of accurate dynamical ephemerides. It discusses the results of the general relativistic theory of motion of celestial bodies and describes the relativistic theory of astronomical r

Authors:J.-P. Macquart, R.P. Fender,
Publisher: Springer
Keywords: sources, jet, relativistic, polarisation, circular
Number of Pages: 208
Published: 2004-01-31
List price: $85.00
ISBN-10: 1402016557
ISBN-13: 9781402016554

Relativistic jets are a powerful, spectacular, yet poorly-understood phenomenon associated with accreting black holes and neutron stars. The question of the internal structure - matter content and magnetic field - of relativistic jets is of prime importance for our understanding of the underlying physics. The study of circular polarisation is both challenging and potentially very rewarding, and when applied to relativistic jets has the potential to probe the structure of the jets in unique ways. This book compiles the contributions, both theoretical and observational, from a three-da

Author: Silvan S. Schweber
Publisher: Dover Publications
Keywords: theory, field, quantum, relativistic, introduction
Number of Pages: 928
Published: 2005-06-17
List price: $45.95
ISBN-10: 0486442284
ISBN-13: 9780486442280

In a relatively simple presentation that remains close to familiar concepts, this text for upper-level undergraduates and graduate students introduces modern developments of quantum field theory. "Combines thorough knowledge with a high degree of didactic ability and a delightful style." — Mathematical Reviews. 1961 edition.
  
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