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Einstein's general theory of relativity requires a curved space for the description of the physical world. If one wishes to go beyond superficial discussions of the physical relations involved, one needs to set up precise equations for handling curved space. The well-established mathematical technique that accomplishes this is clearly described in this classic book by Nobel Laureate P.
- Relativity an Introduction to Special and General Relativity
- Introduction to General Relativity
- Special relativity
This page intentionally left blankRelativityAn Introduction to Special and General RelativityThoroughly revised and updated, and now also including special relativ-ity, this book provides a pedagogical introduction to relativity. It is basedon lectures given by the author in Jena over the last decades, and coversthe material usually presented in a three-term course on the subject. Itis self-contained, but the reader is expected to have a basic knowledge oftheoretical mechanics and electrodynamics.
These lecture notes are a lightly edited version of the ones I handed out while teaching Physics 8. Each of the chapters is available here as PDF. What is even more amazing, the notes have been translated into French by Jacques Fric. Je ne parle pas francais, mais cette traduction devrait etre bonne.
Relativity an Introduction to Special and General Relativity
Introduction to General Relativity is an introductory text on the concepts and modes of calculation used in general relativity. Topics covered range from Newton's laws of motion and the Galilean transformation to tensor analysis, equations of motion of free particles, electromagnetism, and gravitational fields and waves. Solutions of the field equations are also given. The emphasis is on the actual performance of relativistic calculations, rather than on mathematical rigor or exhaustive completeness. This volume is comprised of nine chapters and begins with an overview of the theory of relativity, which includes special relativity and general relativity. The discussion then turns to Newton's laws of motion and the Galilean transformation, electromagnetism and the Galilean transformation, and the Lorentz transformation.
Algebra and trig are used, and there are optional calculus-based sections. This is where you'll learn the basics of thermodynamics, relativity, quantum mechanics, atomic physics, nuclear physics, particle physics, and cosmology. This book serves as an introduction to the essential topics in the fields. A quantum is a discrete quantity of energy proportional in magnitude to the frequency of the It might illustrate a quantum it itself. Both of these are quite new areas of physics. Perhaps a little demanding to begin with, but well worth going back to read later in the course. Some of the topics covered include the Bohr model, the photoelectric effect, wave functions and wave.
In physics , the special theory of relativity , or special relativity for short, is a scientific theory regarding the relationship between space and time. In Albert Einstein 's original treatment, the theory is based on two postulates :  . Special relativity was originally proposed by Albert Einstein in a paper published on 26 September titled " On the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies ". This led to Einstein's development of special relativity, which corrects mechanics to handle situations involving all motions and especially those at a speed close to that of light known as relativistic velocities. Today, special relativity is proven to be the most accurate model of motion at any speed when gravitational and quantum effects are negligible. Special relativity has a wide range of consequences that have been experimentally verified. Rather than an invariant time interval between two events, there is an invariant spacetime interval.
Introduction to General Relativity
The topic of this course is the classical relativistic theory of gravity, General Relativity. This is a geometric theory: the key idea is that gravity is a manifestation of the curvature of space-time. We will then discuss the field equations of general relativity, and explore the physical properties of interesting simple solutions, describing black holes, cosmology, and gravitational waves. Suggestions for the web page are also welcome. There are many good books, a selection of which are listed below. There are also many texts available on-line see below ; you may find it useful to look at relevant chapters of the lecture notes by Carroll. Be aware that different authors use different conventions; in this course, the conventions are as follows.
Following the approach of Lev Landau and Evgenii Lifshitz, this book introduces the theory of special and general relativity with the Lagrangian formalism and the principle of least action. This method allows the complete theory to be constructed starting from a small number of assumptions, and is the most natural approach in modern theoretical physics. The book begins by reviewing Newtonian mechanics and Newtonian gravity with the Lagrangian formalism and the principle of least action, and then moves to special and general relativity. Most calculations are presented step by step, as is done on the board in class. The book covers recent advances in gravitational wave astronomy and provides a general overview of current lines of research in gravity. It also includes numerous examples and problems in each chapter.
- Червь… я знаю, на что он запрограммирован! - Она сунула распечатку Джаббе. - Я поняла это, сделав пробу системных функций. Мы выделили отдаваемые им команды - смотрите. Смотрите, на что он нацелен. Шеф систем безопасности прочитал текст и схватился за поручень.
Дэвид… - всхлипывала .
Двое сидевших в нем людей были напряжены до предела: они не в первый раз получали чрезвычайный приказ из Форт-Мида, но обычно эти приказы не приходили с самого верха. Агент, сидевший за рулем, повернув голову, бросил через плечо: - Есть какие-нибудь следы нашего человека. Глаза его партнера не отрывались от картинки на большом мониторе, установленном под крышей мини-автобуса. - Никаких. Продолжай движение.
Хейл крепче обхватил Сьюзан и шепнул ей на ухо: - Стратмор столкнул его вниз, клянусь. - Она не клюнет на твою тактику разделяй и властвуй, - сказал Стратмор, подходя еще ближе. - Отпусти .
Сьюзан снова задумалась. - Может быть, для того, чтобы вы не заподозрили, что это приманка. Может быть, Танкадо защитил его ровно настолько, чтобы вы на него наткнулись и сочли, что вам очень повезло. Это придает правдоподобность его электронной переписке.