## General Relativity with Spin and Torsion: Foundations and Prospects

- F. Hehl, P. Heyde, G. Kerlick, J. M. Nester
- Physics
- 1 July 1976

A generalization of Einstein's gravitational theory is discussed in which the spin of matter as well as its mass plays a dynamical role. The spin of matter couples to a non-Riemannian structure in… Expand

## Metric affine gauge theory of gravity: Field equations, Noether identities, world spinors, and breaking of dilation invariance

- F. Hehl, J. Mccrea, E. W. Mielke, Y. Ne’eman
- Physics, Mathematics
- 4 February 1994

## Foundations of classical electrodynamics : charge, flux, and metric

- F. Hehl, Y. Obukhov
- Physics
- 2003

Preface * Introduction * Part A--Mathematics: Some Exterior Calculus * Why Exterior Differential Forms? * A.1. Algebra * A.2. Exterior Calculus * A.3. Integration on a Manifold * Part B--Axioms of… Expand

## Gauge Theories Of Gravitation: A Reader With Commentaries

- M. Blagojević, F. Hehl, T. Kibble
- Physics
- 7 April 2013

The Rise of Gauge Theory of Gravity Up to 1961: From Special to General Relativity Theory Analyzing General Relativity Theory A Fresh Start by Yang - Mills and Utiyama Poincare Gauge Theory: Einstein… Expand

## Elie Cartan's torsion in geometry and in field theory, an essay

- F. Hehl, Y. Obukhov
- Physics
- 9 November 2007

We review the application of torsion in field theory. First we show how the notion of torsion emerges in differential geometry. In the context of a Cartan circuit, torsion is related to translations… Expand

## Nonlinear Spinor Equation and Asymmetric Connection in General Relativity

- F. Hehl, B. K. Datta
- Physics
- 1971

In order to take full account of spin in general relativity, it is necessary to consider space‐time as a metric space with torsion, as was shown elsewhere. We treat a Dirac particle in such a space.… Expand

## Dynamical symmetries in topological 3D gravity with torsion

- P. Baekler, E. W. Mielke, F. Hehl
- Physics
- 1992

SummaryRecently two of us generalized the topological massive gauge model of gravity of Deser, Jackiw, and Templeton (DJT) by liberating its translational gauge degrees of freedom. Consequently, the… Expand

## On the gravitational effects of rotating masses: The Thirring-Lense papers

- B. Mashhoon, F. Hehl, D. S. Theiss
- Physics, Education
- 1 August 1984

The purpose of this work is to provide a critical analysis of the classical papers of H. Thirring [Phys. Z.,19, 33 (1918);Phys. Z.,22, 29 (1921)] and J. Lense and H. Thirring [Phys. Z.,19, 156… Expand

## Effective Einstein theory from metric affine gravity models via irreducible decompositions

- Y. Obukhov, E. J. Vlachynsky, W. Esser, F. Hehl
- Physics
- 15 December 1997

The irreducible decomposition technique is applied to the study of classical models of metric-affine gravity (MAG). The dynamics of the gravitational field is described by a 12-parameter Lagrangian… Expand

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