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TMF, 1984, Volume 61, Number 3, Pages 327–346 (Mi tmf5736)  

This article is cited in 24 scientific papers (total in 24 papers)

Relativistic theory of gravitation

A. A. Logunov, M. A. Mestvirishvili


Abstract: A relativistic theory of gravitation is constructed uniquely on the basis of the special principle of relativity and the principle of geometrization, the gravitational field being regarded as a physical field in the spirit of Faraday and Maxwell, possessing energy, momentum, and spin 2 and 0. The source of the gravitational field is the total conserved energy-momentum tensor of the matter and the gravitational field in Minkowski space. Conservation laws hold rigorously for the energy-momentum, and angular momentum of the matter and the gravitational field. The theory explains all the existing gravitational experiments. By virtue of the geometrization principle, the Riemannian space has a field origin in the theory, arising as an effective force space through the action of the gravitational field on the matter. The theory gives a prediction of exceptional power – the Universe is not closed, merely “flat”. It follows from this that in the Universe there must be “hidden mass” in some form of matter.

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Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, 1984, 61:3, 1170–1183

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Received: 20.08.1984

Citation: A. A. Logunov, M. A. Mestvirishvili, “Relativistic theory of gravitation”, TMF, 61:3 (1984), 327–346; Theoret. and Math. Phys., 61:3 (1984), 1170–1183

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