Non-Abelian gauge theories of the Yang-Mills type

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2003
Abuhatab, Ahmed
In this thesis, starting from the effective Lagrangians of the standard Yang-Mills, higher derivative Yang-Mills and the Chern-Simons- Yang-Mills theories, we have given the corresponding field equations and the symmetric gauge invariant energy- momentum tensors. Lagrangians containing higher derivative terms have been found useful for discussing the long lange effects of the gluon fields. A numeri cal solution is found for a spherically symmetric static gauge potential. On the other hand, Chern-Simons- Yang-Mills theories are responsible for the generation of a topological mass. In this context, various constant solutions as well as time dependent solutions have been found and interpreted within the region of appli cability of classical fields.

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A. Abuhatab, “Non-Abelian gauge theories of the Yang-Mills type ,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2003.