By Kirill A Bronnikov
Assuming foundational wisdom of specified and basic relativity, this booklet courses the reader on concerns surrounding black holes, wormholes, cosmology, and additional dimensions. Its first half is dedicated to neighborhood powerful box configurations (black holes and wormholes) more often than not relativity and the main correct of different theories: scalar-tensor, f(R) and multidimensional theories. the second one half is on cosmology, together with inflation and a unified description of the total evolution of the universe. The 3rd half matters multidimensional theories of gravity and incorporates a variety of unique effects got through the authors. Expository paintings is carried out for a mechanism of symmetries and primary constants formation, whereas the unique method of nonlinear multidimensional gravity that's capable of build a different standpoint describing various phenomena is highlighted.
a lot of the content material is new in ebook guides, since it was once formerly came across in basic terms in magazine guides, e.g. relating to ordinary black holes, numerous scalar box ideas, wormholes and their balance, and multidimensional gravity.
Readership: scholars and pros in astrophysics/cosmology.
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Black Holes, Cosmology and Extra Dimensions by Kirill A Bronnikov