Posted by **tanas.olesya** at Sept. 4, 2015

English | 1 Oct. 1984 | ISBN: 3540130101 | 471 Pages | DJVU | 3 MB

This text provides a comprehensive and timely introduction to general relativity. The foundations of the theory in Part I are thoroughly developed together with the required mathematical background from differential geometry

Posted by **ChrisRedfield** at Dec. 17, 2015

Published: 2012-10-09 | ISBN: 9400754094, 9400799543 | PDF | 736 pages | 5.63 MB

Posted by **ChrisRedfield** at Dec. 10, 2014

Published: 2004-01-12 | ISBN: 3540219242 | PDF + DJVU | 686 pages | 95 MB

Posted by **angus77** at Aug. 26, 2014

Posted by **roxul** at Dec. 27, 2013

English | 2013 | ISBN: 9400754094 | PDF | 680 pages | 5,6 MB

Posted by **advisors** at Oct. 17, 2013

1984 | 471 Pages | ISBN: 3540130101 | DJVU | 4 MB

Posted by **ChrisRedfield** at Aug. 22, 2013

Published: 2012-10-09 | ISBN: 9400754094 | PDF | 680 pages | 5 MB

Posted by **zolao** at June 18, 2013

English | 2012 | ISBN: 9400754094 | 754 pages | PDF | 5.63 MB

This book provides a completely revised and expanded version of the previous classic edition ‘General Relativity and Relativistic Astrophysics’. In Part I the foundations of general relativity are thoroughly developed, while Part II is devoted to tests of general relativity and many of its applications. Binary pulsars – our best laboratories for general relativity – are studied in considerable detail. An introduction to gravitational lensing theory is included as well, so as to make the current literature on the subject accessible to readers. Considerable attention is devoted to the study of compact objects, especially to black holes.

Posted by **nebulae** at May 16, 2017

English | ISBN: 0199680698 | 2013 | 153 pages | PDF | 1 MB

Posted by **hill0** at April 16, 2017

English | 24 Jun. 2013 | ISBN: 3642357970 | 210 Pages | EPUB | 3.03 MB

This book is an introduction to the theories of Special and General Relativity. The target audience are physicists, engineers and applied scientists who are looking for an understandable introduction to the topic - without too much new mathematics. The fundamental equations of Einstein's theory of Special and General Relativity are derived