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Reserves

171.611, Spring 2019

Wyse, Rosemary, Spring 2019
MSEL Reserves
Enrolled course users: for a list of ebooks, see https://ares.library.jhu.edu/shib/.
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1. Stellar Structure and Evolution Book , Online in English
by Rudolf Kippenhahn, Alfred Weigert, Achim Weiss. 2012 .

Kippenhahn, Rudolf.

This long-awaited second edition of the classical textbook on Stellar Structure and Evolution by Kippenhahn and Weigert is a thoroughly revised version of the original text. Taking into account modern observational constraints as well as additional physical effects such as mass…
2. Stellar structure and evolution Book , Print in English
Rudolf Kippenhahn, Alfred Weigert, Achim Weiss. 2012 .

Kippenhahn, Rudolf, 1926-

note: pt. I Basic Equations -- 1. Coordinates, Mass Distribution, and Gravitational Field in Spherical Stars -- 1.1. Eulerian Description -- 1.2. Lagrangian Description -- 1.3. Gravitational Field -- 2. Conservation of Momentum -- 2.1. Hydrostatic Equilibrium…
3. Understanding stellar evolution Book , Online in English
Henny J.G.L.M. Lamers, Emily M. Levesque. 2017 .

Lamers, Henny J. G. L. M., 1941-

Understanding Stellar Evolution' is based on a series of graduate-level courses taught at the University of Washington since 2004, and is written for physics and astronomy students and for anyone with a physics background who is interested in stars. It describes the structure and…
4. Understanding Stellar Evolution Book , Print in English
Henny J.G.L.M. Lamers, University of Amsterdam; Emily M. Levesque, University of… 2017 .

Lamers, Henny J. G. L. M., 1941-

Understanding Stellar Evolution' is based on a series of graduate-level courses taught at the University of Washington since 2004, and is written for physics and astronomy students and for anyone with a physics background who is interested in stars. It describes the structure and…