The contents of this lecture notes are : Preliminaries,
Differential geometry, Physical laws in curved spacetimes, The Schwarzschild
solution and classic tests of GR, Cosmology, Singularities and geodesic
incompleteness, Linearized theory and gravitational waves.
This book discusses one
of the crowning achievements of modern physics: the General Theory of
Relativity (GR). Major topics covered includes: Special Relativity, Index
Notation, Electromagnetism, Accelerated Motion, Equivalence Principle,
Curved Space and Metrics, Geodesics, Tensors, Black Holes, Einstein Equation
This book explains the
following topics: Space, Time, and Newtonian Physics, Maxwell, E and M, and the
Ether, Einstein and Inertial Frames, Minkowskian Geometry, Accelerating
Reference Frames, Dynamics, Relativity and the Gravitational Field, General
Relativity and Curved Spacetime, Black Hole, Cosmology.
This note covers the
following topics: Principle of Relativity, Lorentz transform, Simultaneous
events, causally connected events, Addition of velocities, 4-vectors: velocity,
energy-momentum, Energy-momentum of photon, Doppler effect, aberration,
Relativistic dynamics, Electromagnetic fields in different frames.
The aim of these lecture notes is
to provide a reasonably self-contained introduction to General Relativity,
including a variety of applications of the theory, ranging from the solar system
to gravitational waves, black holes and cosmology. This book covers the
following topics: Physics in a Gravitational Field and General Covariance,
General Relativity and Geometry, Dynamics of the Gravitational Field, General
Relativity and the Solar System, Black Holes, Cosmology, Varia, Kaluza-Klein
book is written for anybody who is curious about nature and motion. Curiosity
about how people, animals, things, images and empty space move leads to many
adventures. This volume presents the best of them in the domains of fast,
intense and distant motion: relativity and cosmology.
This note provides an informal introduction to that beautiful and amazingly
accurate theory of gravity called general relativity. The goal is to explain the
basic equation in this theory - Einstein's equation - with a minimum of fuss and
This note covers the following topics: Frames of Reference and Newton’s Laws, The Speed of Light, Michelson-morley
Experiment, Special Relativity, The Lorentz Transformations, Time Dilation,
Adding Velocities: A Walk On The Train, Relativistic Dynamics, Mass and Energy,
Energy and Momentum In Lorentz Transformations, Transforming Energy Into Mass
and How Relativity Connects Electric and Magnetic Fields.