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by Alfredo Macías,Jorge L. Cervantes-Cota,Claus Lämmerzahl

Exact Solutions and Scalar Fields in Gravity: Recent Developments download ebook
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030646618X
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978-0306466182
Author:
Alfredo Macías,Jorge L. Cervantes-Cota,Claus Lämmerzahl
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Springer; 2001 edition (August 31, 2001)
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Divided into four parts, this book covers recent developments in topics pertaining to gravity theories, including discussions on the presence of scalar fields.

Divided into four parts, this book covers recent developments in topics pertaining to gravity theories, including discussions on the presence of scalar fields. Part One is devoted to exact solutions in general relativity, and is mainly concerned with the results of rotating null dust beams and fluids.

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Alfredo Macias, Jorge L. Cervantes-Cota, Claus Lämmerzahl. Divided into four parts, this book covers recent developments in topics pertaining to gravity theories, including discussions on the presence of scalar fields

Alfredo Macias, Jorge L. Divided into four parts, this book covers recent developments in topics pertaining to gravity theories, including discussions on the presence of scalar fields. Part One is devoted to exact solutions in general relativity, and is mainly concerned with the results of rotating null dust beams and fluids

Proceedings of the Mexican Meeting on Exact Solutions and Scalar Fields in Gravity, help October 2-6, 2000, in Mexico City, Mexico" . Personal Name: Lämmerzahl, C. (Claus), 1956

Proceedings of the Mexican Meeting on Exact Solutions and Scalar Fields in Gravity, help October 2-6, 2000, in Mexico City, Mexico" . Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. Personal Name: Macías, A. (Alfredo). Personal Name: Cervantes Cota, Jorge Luis. (Claus), 1956-. Meeting Name: Mexican Meeting on Exact Solutions and Scalar Fields in Gravity (2000 :, Mexico City, Mexico). Rubrics: Gravitation Congresses Relativity (Physics) Scalar field theory.

Exact Solutions and Scalar Field in Gravity: Recent Developments. A Macías, JL Cervantes-Cota, C Lämmerzahl. JL Cervantes-Cota, R de Putter, EV Linder. Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics 2010 (12), 019, 2010. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 2001. Potential–density pairs for spherical galaxies and bulges: the influence of scalar fields. MA Rodríguez-Meza, JL Cervantes-Cota. Potential–density pairs for axisymmetric galaxies: the influence of scalar fields. MA Rodríguez-Meza, JL Cervantes-Cota, MI Pedraza, JF Tlapanco,. General Relativity and Gravitation 37 (4), 823-829, 2005.

Divided into four parts, this book covers recent developments in topics pertaining to gravity theories, including discussions on the presence of scalar fields. Part One is devoted to exact solutions in general relativity, and is mainly concerned with the results of rotating null dust beams and fluids. Also included is a panoramic vision of new research directions in this area, which would require revising certain theorems and their possible extensions within gravity theories, new aspects concerning the Ernst potentials, double Kerr spacetimes, and rotating configurations. In particular, there is a detailed discussion of totally symmetric and totally geodesic spaces, in which a method for generating (2+1)-dimensional solutions from (3+1)-dimensional solutions is given. Part Two deals with alternative theories of gravity, all of which include scalar fields and gauge fields. Here, quantum and cosmological effects, which arise from both gravity theories in four and higher dimensions and from metric-affine theories, are investigated. Part Three is devoted to cosmological and inflationary scenarios. Local effects, such as the influence of scalar fields in protogalactic interactions, numerical studies of the collapse of molecular cores, as well as the inverse inflationary problem and the blue eigenvalue spectrum of it, are considered. Moreover, the role of scalar fields as dark matter and quantum cosmology in the Bergman-Wagoner and Gowdy theories, together with the relation of the conformal symmetry and deflationary gas universe, are likewise presented. The last part of the book includes some mixed topics which are still in the experimental stage. Among them are the foundation of the Maxwell theory, a discussion on electromagnetic Thirring problems, a note on the staticity of black holes with non-minimally coupled scalar fields, and a study of the Lorentz force free charged fluids in general relativity. Thus, this book is the most up-to-date, comprehensive collection of papers on the subject of exact solutions and scalar fields in gravity and is a valuable tool for researchers in the area.