Maxwell equations in complex form of Majorana–Oppenheimer, solutions with cylindric symmetry in Riemann S3 and Lobachevsky H3 spaces

@article{Bogush2010MaxwellEI,
  title={Maxwell equations in complex form of Majorana–Oppenheimer, solutions with cylindric symmetry in Riemann S3 and Lobachevsky H3 spaces},
  author={A. Bogush and G. Krylov and E. Ovsiyuk and V. Red'kov},
  journal={Ricerche di Matematica},
  year={2010},
  volume={59},
  pages={59-96}
}
  • A. Bogush, G. Krylov, +1 author V. Red'kov
  • Published 2010
  • Mathematics, Physics
  • Ricerche di Matematica
  • Complex formalism of Riemann–Silberstein–Majorana–Oppenheimer in Maxwell electrodynamics is extended to the case of arbitrary pseudo-Riemannian space-time in accordance with the tetrad recipe of Tetrode–Weyl–Fock–Ivanenko. In this approach, the Maxwell equations are solved exactly on the background of static cosmological Einstein model, parameterized by special cylindrical coordinates and realized as a Riemann space of constant positive curvature. A discrete frequency spectrum for… CONTINUE READING
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