Energy complex in the general theory of relativity
Abstract
In the tetradic formulation of the theory of gravitation an energy complex is proposed which makes it possible to calculate unambiguously the energy enclosed in any volume, in any coordinate mesh, with an arbitrary orientation of local, Cartesian, threedimensional frames. In deriving the complex the analogy between the tetradic equations of the gravitational field and the covariant form of the equations of electrodynamics is exploited. As an example, a number of exact solutions of the Einstein equations are considered.
 Publication:

Soviet Physics Journal
 Pub Date:
 October 1971
 DOI:
 10.1007/BF00823877
 Bibcode:
 1971SvPhJ..14.1355R