A Novel Covariant Approach to Gravito-Electromagnetism

@article{Giardino2020ANC,
  title={A Novel Covariant Approach to Gravito-Electromagnetism},
  author={Sergio Giardino},
  journal={Brazilian Journal of Physics},
  year={2020},
  volume={50},
  pages={372-378}
}
  • Sergio Giardino
  • Published 7 December 2018
  • Physics
  • Brazilian Journal of Physics
This paper describes general relativity at the gravito-electromagnetic precision level as a constrained field theory. In this novel formulation, the gravity field comprises two auxiliary fields, a static matter field and a moving matter field. Equations of motion, continuity equation, energy conservation, field tensor, energy-momentum tensor, constraints, and Lagrangian formulation are presented as a simple and unified formulation that can be useful for future research. 
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