关注微信

推荐商品

    加载中... 正在为您读取数据...
分享到:
  • 广义相对论(英文版)[平装]
  • 共4个商家     7.50元~12.80
  • 作者:狄拉克(P.A.M.Dirac)(作者)
  • 出版社:世界图书出版公司;第1版(2011年1月1日)
  • 出版时间:
  • 版次 :
  • 印刷时间:
  • 包装:
  • ISBN:9787510029615

  • 商家报价
  • 简介
  • 评价
  • 加载中... 正在为您读取数据...
  • 商品描述

    编辑推荐

    《广义相对论(英文版)》是由世界图书出版公司出版的。

    作者简介

    作者:(德国)狄拉克(P.A.M.Dirac)

    目录

    1. Special Relativity, 1
    2. Oblique Axes, 3
    3. Curvilinear Coordinates, 5
    4. Nontensors, 8
    5. Curved Space, 9
    6. Parallel Displacement, 10
    7. Christoffel Symbols, 12
    8. Geodesics, 14
    9. The Stationary Property of Geodesics, 16
    10. Covariant Differentiation, 17
    11. The Curvature Tensor, 20
    12. The Condition for Flat Space, 22
    13. The Bianci Relations, 23
    14. The Ricci Tensor, 24
    15. Einstein's Law of Gravitation, 25
    16. The Newtonian Approximation, 26
    17. The Gravitational Red Shift, 29
    18. The Schwarzchild Solution, 30
    19. Black Holes, 32
    20. Tensor Densities, 36
    21. Gauss and Stokes Theorems, 38
    22. Harmonic Coordinates, 40
    23. The Electromagnetic Field, 41
    24. Modification of the Einstein Equations by the Presence of Matter, 43
    25. The Material Energy Tensor, 45
    26. The Gravitational Action Principle, 48
    27. The Action for a Continuous Distribution of Matter, 50
    28. The Action for the Electromagnetic Field, 54
    29. The Action for Charged Matter, 55
    30. The Comprehensive Action Principle, 58
    31. The Pseudo-Energy Tensor of the Gravitational Field, 61
    32. Explicit Expression for the Pseudo-Tensor, 63
    33. Gravitational Waves, 64
    34. The Polarization of Gravitational Waves, 66
    35. The Cosmological Term, 68 Index, 71

    文摘

    版权页:



    插图:



    The conditions (a) and (b), which are needed for conservation of totalenergy and momentum, do not often apply in practical cases. They wouldapply if space were static outside a definite tubular region in four dimensions.This could be so if we had some masses which start to move at a certaintime, so that the motion creates a disturbance which travels outward withthe velocity of light. For the usual planetary system the motion will havebeen going on since the infinite past and the conditions do not apply. Aspecial treatment is needed to discuss the energy of the gravitational waves,and this will be given in Section 33.