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Invariant Integrals in Physics

  • Genady P.┬áCherepanov
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  1. Front Matter
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  13. Back Matter
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About this book

Introduction

In this book, all physical laws are derived from a small number of invariant integrals which express the conservation of energy, mass, or momentum. This new approach allows us to unify the laws of theoretical physics, to simplify their derivation, and to discover some novel or more universal laws. Newton's Law of gravity is generalized to take into account cosmic forces of repulsion, Archimedes' principle of buoyancy is modified for account of the surface tension, and Coulomb's Laws for rolling friction and for the interaction of electric charges are substantially repaired and generalized. For postgraduate students, lecturers and researchers.

Keywords

Invariant or path-independent integrals of physics Derivation of physical laws Search of new physical laws Cosmology Flight Rolling Floating Fracking Adhesion Relativistic electrons

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  • Genady P.┬áCherepanov
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  1. 1.MiamiUSA

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