Velocity as a function of state in general-relativistic mechanics

M.M. Abdil'din, N.A. Beissen, and A.S. Taukenova1


It has been shown that realization of the fact that, in the mechanics of general relativity (GR), the velocity is a function of state, along with the refined metric of Fock's first-approximation metric and Euler's hydrodynamic formula, makes it possible to solve the unambiguity problem for the relativistic equations of rotational motion in GR mechanics.


  1. M. M. Abdil'din, The problem of body motion in general relativity (Kazakh Universitet, Almaty, 2006), p. 152.
  2. M. M. Abdil'din, Mechanics of Einstein's gravitation theory (Almaty, 1988), 198 pp.
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