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The Clairaut's theorem on rotational surfaces in pseudo Euclidean 4-space with index 2

@inproceedings{Almaz2021TheCT,
  title={The Clairaut's theorem on rotational surfaces in pseudo Euclidean 4-space with index 2},
  author={Fatma Almaz},
  year={2021}
}
In this paper, Clairaut’s theorem is expressed on the surfaces of rotation in semi Euclidean 4-space. Moreover, the general equations of time-like geodesic curves are characterized according to the results of Clairaut’s theorem on the hyperbolic surfaces of rotation and the elliptic surface of rotation, respectively. 
The physical approach on the surfaces of rotation in $E_{2}^{4}$
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