8 edition of **The mathematical theory of black holes** found in the catalog.

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Published
**1983**
by Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press in Oxford [Oxfordshire], New York
.

Written in English

- Black holes (Astronomy) -- Mathematics.,
- Kerr black holes.,
- Space and time -- Mathematics.

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statement | S. Chandrasekhar. |

Series | The International series of monographs on physics ;, 69, International series of monographs on physics (Oxford, England) ;, 69. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QB843.B55 C48 1983 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | xxi, 646 p. : |

Number of Pages | 646 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL3488267M |

ISBN 10 | 0198512910 |

LC Control Number | 82007920 |

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"The theory of black holes is the most simple consequence of Einstein's relativity theory. Dealing with relativity theory, this book details one of the most beautiful areas of mathematical physics; the theory of black holes. It represents a personal testament to the work of the author, who spent several years working-out the subject matter.". adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86AAuthor: Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar.

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This is the only book I found which gave a detailed derivation of some of the most important solutions to Einstein's equations concerning black holes.

Lots of other properties of different types of black holes are covered in this book in great rigour. Undoubtedly a bible for research students in General Relativity!Cited by: This volume has become one of the modern classics of relativity theory. When it was written in there was little physical evidence for the existence of black holes.

Recent discoveries have only served to underscore the elegant theory developed here, and the book remains one of the clearest statements of the relevant mathematics. The mathematical theory of black holes S.

Chandrasekhar. This volume was written in when there was little physical evidence for the existence of black holes. You can write a book review and share your experiences.

Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if. This volume has become one of the modern classics of relativity theory. When it was written in there was little physical evidence for the existence of black holes.

Recent discoveries have only served to underscore the elegant theory developed here, and the book remains one of the clearest statements of the relevant mathematics.5/5(3). A detailed treatment of the mathematical theory of black holes is presented.

The analytical methods on which the theory is based are reviewed, and a space-time of sufficient generality to encompass the different situations arising in the study of black holes is developed. The Schwarzschild space-time and the perturbations of the Schwarzschild black hole are : S.

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This is to derive the mathematical theory of black holes, which is succeeds to do and explores several frontiers. The general mathematical introduction is rigorous but you can follow along if you are exposed to the notation of general relativity. There are occurrences when the author does show you the equations in all their unholy glory, in the /5(4).

INTRODUCTION TO THE THEORY OF BLACK HOLES 19 The implication of black holes for a quantum theory of gravity 40 20 The Aechelburg-Sexl metric 44 1.

21 History 47 1. Introduction black holes are certainly physically allowed, even if we do not know how they can be formed in practice. They can be formed in Size: KB. The theory of black holes is the most simple and beautiful consequence of Einstein's relativity theory.

At the time of writing there was no physical evidence for the existence of these objects, therefore all that Professor Chandrasekhar used for their construction were modern mathematical concepts of space and time/5(14).

Full Description: "Now in paperback, this book by Nobel prizewinner S. Chandrasekhar, is devoted to the mathematical theory of the space-times surrounding the black holes of nature.

Since the general theory of relativity provides a single unique family of solutions (the Kerr family) for black holes, the subject is mathematically a very well defined one. Download The-little-book-of-black-holes ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, Dealing with relativity theory, this book details one of the most beautiful areas of mathematical physics; the theory of black holes.

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The mathematical analysis of black holes in general relativity Mihalis Dafermos∗ Abstract. The mathematical analysis of black holes in general relativ ity has been the fo-cus of considerable activity in the past decade from the perspective of the theory ofpartial diﬀerential equations.

Much of this work is motivated by theproblem of File Size: KB. The Mathematical Theory of Black Holes S. Chandrasekhar. This volume was written in when there was little physical evidence for the existence of black holes. You can write a book review and share your experiences.

Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if. The theory of black holes is the most simple and beautiful consequence of Einstein's relativity theory.

At the time of writing there was no physical evidence for the existence of these objects, therefore all that Professor Chandrasekhar used for their construction were modern mathematical concepts/5(10).

Einstein published his [general theory of relativity] in lateand only a few months later, in early[Karl] Schwarzschild found the first solution of the Einstein equations. [By solution we mean some values for the variables describing the curvature of spacetime and the distribution of matter that satisfy the Einstein equations.] [This solution] describes the gravitational field of.

Description: "The theory of black holes is the most simple consequence of Einstein's relativity theory. Dealing with relativity theory, this book details one of the most beautiful areas of mathematical physics; the theory of black holes.

Chandrasekhar S. () The Mathematical Theory of Black Holes. In: Bertotti B., de Felice F., Pascolini A.

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This treatise is devoted to the mathematical theory of the space-times surrounding the black holes of nature. The principal chapters deal with the Schwarzchild solution, describing static, Read more.

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Amazingly enough, many aspects of black holes can be understood by using simple algebra and pre-algebra mathematical skills. This booklet fills the gap by presenting black hole concepts in their simplest mathematical form. General Approach: The activities are organized according to progressive difficulty in mathematics.