6 edition of **Solutions of Einstein"s Equations** found in the catalog.

Solutions of Einstein"s Equations

C. Hoenselaers

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Published
**September 1984**
by Springer
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Written in English

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Number of Pages | 439 |

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Open Library | OL7443364M |

ISBN 10 | 0387133666 |

ISBN 10 | 9780387133669 |

The item Exact solutions of Einstein's field equations, D. Kramer [et al.] ; edited by E. Schmutzer. --represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in University of Manitoba Libraries. A paperback edition of a classic text, this book gives a unique survey of the known solutions of Einstein's field equations for vacuum, Einstein-Maxwell, pure radiation and perfect fluid sources. It introduces the foundations of differential geometry and Riemannian geometry and the methods used to characterize, find or construct solutions. The solutions are then considered, ordered by their.

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equations are also nonlinear, so that two known solutions cannot be superposed to ﬁnd a third. It is therefore very diﬃcult to solve Einstein’s equations in any sort of generality, and it is usually necessary to make some simplifying assumptions. Even in vacuum, where weFile Size: 98KB. A metric of form () is said to be in the standard Schwarzschild coordinates (or standard coordinate gauge), and it is our purpose here to establish the weak formulation of the Einstein equations ()–() for metrics of the form () in the case when A and B are finite and satisfy A B ≠ In Sections 2 and 3 we introduce and verify the equivalence of several weak formulations of.

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Exact Solutions of Einstein's Field Equations (Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics) 2nd Edition by Hans Stephani (Author), Dietrich Kramer (Author), Malcolm MacCallum (Author), & out of 5 stars 5 ratings.

ISBN Cited by: Solutions of the Einstein field equations are spacetimes that result from solving the Einstein field equations (EFE) of general relativity. Solving the field equations actually gives a Lorentz manifold.

Solutions are broadly classed as exact or non-exact. The Einstein field equations are. G a b = κ T a b {\displaystyle G_ {ab}\,=\kappa T_ {ab}}. One can fix the form of the stress–energy tensor (from some physical reasons, say) and study the solutions of the Einstein equations with such right hand side (for example, if the stress–energy tensor is chosen to be that of the perfect fluid, a spherically symmetric solution can serve as a stellar model).

A paperback edition of a classic text, this book gives a unique survey of the known solutions of Einstein's field equations for vacuum, Einstein-Maxwell, pure radiation and perfect fluid sources. It introduces the foundations of differential geometry and Riemannian geometry and the methods used to characterize, find or construct solutions.4/5(5).

Static solutions Field equations and ﬁrst integrals Solutions Non-static solutions The basic equations Expanding solutions without shear Solutions with non-vanishing shear 17 GroupsG 2 andG 1 onnon-nullorbits Groups G 2on non-null orbits Subdivisions File Size: KB.

Keywords: exact solutions, general solutions, Einstein field equations 1 Introduction Exact solutions of General Relativity are hard to come by. Almost all of those known depend on assuming symmetries of the space-time.

Even these are not very general solutions, depending on a few independently variable continuous parameters such as mass Author: Ron Lenk.

Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. Exact Solutions of Einstein's Field Equations. 2nd edition Hans Stephani, Dietrich Kramer, Malcolm MacCallum, Cornelius Hoenselaers, Eduard Herlt; Online ISBN: A paperback edition of a classic text, this book gives a unique survey of the known solutions of Einstein's field equations for vacuum, Einstein-Maxwell, pure radiation and perfect fluid sources.

It introduces the foundations of differential geometry and Riemannian geometry and the methods used to characterize, find or construct solutions. The solutions are then considered, ordered 5/5(1). A paperback edition of a classic text, this book gives a unique survey of the known solutions of Einstein's field equations for vacuum, Einstein-Maxwell, pure radiation and perfect fluid sources.

It introduces the foundations of differential geometry and Riemannian geometry and the methods used to characterize, find or construct by: “Exact solutions to Einstein’s equations ” is one of those books that are difficult even to imagine: the authors reviewed more than 4, papers containing solutions to Einstein’s equations in the general relativity literature, collecting, classifying, discarding repetitions in disguise, and organizing the whole material into chapters according to the physical properties of these.

He has specialized in exact solutions in general relativity and other non-linear partial differential equations, and published a large number of papers, review articles and books. Eduard Herlt is wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter at the Theoretisch Physikalisches Institut der Brand: Cambridge University Press.

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EXACT SOLUTIONS OF EINSTEIN’S FIELD EQUATIONS P. Negi Department of Physics, Kumaun University, NainitalIndia Abstract We examine various well known exact solutions available in the literature to in-vestigate the recent criterion obtained in ref.

[20] which should be ful lled by any. Formulations of the ﬁeld equations Vacuum, Λ-term and Einstein–Maxwell solutions Solutions with multiply-transitive groups Vacuum spaces with a G 3on V 3 Einstein spaces with a G 3on V 3 Einstein–Maxwell solutions with a G 3on V 3 Perfect ﬂuid solutions homogeneous on T File Size: 2MB.

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The study of exact solutions of Einstein's field equations is one of the activities of cosmology. It leads to the prediction of black holes and to different models of evolution of the universe. One can also discover new solutions of the Einstein field equations via the method.

A paperback edition of a classic text, this book gives a unique survey of the known solutions of Einstein's field equations for vacuum, Einstein-Maxwell, pure radiation and perfect fluid sources. It introduces the foundations of differential geometry and Riemannian geometry and the methods used to characterize, find or construct solutions/5(9).

The various classes of algebraically special solutions. Some algebraically general solutions; The line element for metrics with = =0=R11=R14=R44, +i 0; Robinson-Trautman solutions; Twisting vacuum solutions; Twisting Einstein-Maxwell and pure radiation fields; Non-diverging solutions (Kundt's class); Kerr-Schild metrics; "the most important [paper] on relativity since my own original paper appeared" (einstein): first printing of godel's famous "time travel" paper, "an example of a new type of cosmological solutions of einstein's field equations on gravitation,"the copy of inventor clair.

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