Are there the simple common mechanisms behind all of the laws and equations in physics? These are the questions physicists often ask themselves. In the following, we will stipulate five simple principles which can be cataloged as the ...
Author: Jun Ni
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
This book starts from a set of common basic principles to establish the basic formalisms of all disciplines of fundamental physics, including quantum field theory, quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, thermodynamics, general relativity, electromagnetism, and classical mechanics. Instead of the traditional pedagogic way, the author arranges the subjects and formalisms in a logical order, i.e. all the formulas are derived from the formulas before them. The formalisms are also kept self-contained. Most mathematical tools are given in the appendices. Although this book covers all the disciplines of fundamental physics, it contains only a single volume because the contents are kept concise and treated as an integrated entity, which is consistent with the motto that simplicity is beauty, unification is beauty, and thus physics is beauty.This can be used as an advanced textbook for graduate students. It is also suitable for physicists who wish to have an overview of fundamental physics.
The many disciplines of research within modern physics are now linked and harmonized by utilizing the new unified principles presented. There are fundamentalreasons thequest tounify general relativity andquantum theory hashadnosolutions ...
Author: Tim G. Meloche
The principles presented in this publication unify gravity with the quantum atom. The many areas of focused research within the scientific community now have a clear harmonized path forward. There are fundamental reasons the nearly 100 year scientific quest to unify general relativity and quantum theories has had no solutions. Tim’s conclusive concepts obtained from existing data analysis were utilized to solve for the unified principles presented. A purely mathematical approach often created a scientific arena with linked layers of misconceptions. It is time to get past the obsolete description of gravity presented by general relativity and start utilizing twenty-first century physics principles. Tim’s publications unify the four fundamental forces of nature — gravity, electromagnetism, strong and weak nuclear forces — and in the process demystifies dark energy, dark matter and many additional unsolved problems in physics. Easily understood unified principles developed from logic and interactive physics analysis — harmonizing observational and experimental data made by the many throughout history. A “Scientific Unified Method” (SUM) developed to analyze nature’s energy and matter interactions. The principles are linked to cause and effect with no relationship to mystery, chaos, or philosophy. The unified principles presented are the path forward for successful progressive modern scientific discovery.
The text incorporates valuable assessment methods, graphs, problem sets, and tables from recent studies performed around the globe and offers an abundance of tables, photographs, and easy-to-follow equations in every chapter.
Author: Rattan Lal
Publisher: CRC Press
Category: Technology & Engineering
Principles of Soil Physics examines the impact of the physical, mechanical, and hydrological properties and processes of soil on agricultural production, the environment, and sustainable use of natural resources. The text incorporates valuable assessment methods, graphs, problem sets, and tables from recent studies performed around the globe and offers an abundance of tables, photographs, and easy-to-follow equations in every chapter. The book discusses the consequences of soil degradation, such as erosion, inhibited root development, and poor aeration. It begins by defining soil physics, soil mechanics, textural properties, and packing arrangements . The text continues to discuss the theoretical and practical aspects of soil structure and explain the significance and measurement of bulk density, porosity, and compaction. The authors proceed to clarify soil hydrology topics including hydrologic cycle, water movement, infiltration, modeling, soil evaporation, and solute transport processes. They address the impact of soil temperature on crop growth, soil aeration, and the processes that lead to the emission of greenhouse gases. The final chapters examine the physical properties of gravelly soils and water movement in frozen, saline, and water-repellant soils. Reader-friendly and up-to-date, Principles of Soil Physics provides unparalleled coverage of issues related to soil physics, structure, hydrology, aeration, temperature, and analysis and presents practical techniques for maintaining soil quality to ultimately preserve its sustainability.
the physics literature where some authors have resorted to arbitrary conventions on the concomitant use of either ... formulation of the laws of physics, because one of the fundamental principles of physics, the Principle of Relativity, ...
Author: Kai S Lam
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
This book is written with the belief that classical mechanics, as a theoretical discipline, possesses an inherent beauty, depth, and richness that far transcends its immediate applications in mechanical systems. These properties are manifested, by and large, through the coherence and elegance of the mathematical structure underlying the discipline, and are eminently worthy of being communicated to physics students at the earliest stage possible. This volume is therefore addressed mainly to advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate physics students who are interested in the application of modern mathematical methods in classical mechanics, in particular, those derived from the fields of topology and differential geometry, and also to the occasional mathematics student who is interested in important physics applications of these areas of mathematics. Its main purpose is to offer an introductory and broad glimpse of the majestic edifice of the mathematical theory of classical dynamics, not only in the time-honored analytical tradition of Newton, Laplace, Lagrange, Hamilton, Jacobi, and Whittaker, but also the more topological/geometrical one established by Poincare, and enriched by Birkhoff, Lyapunov, Smale, Siegel, Kolmogorov, Arnold, and Moser (as well as many others).