Theoretical Physics

Theoretical physics consists of numerous strategies. Theoretical particle physics makes a good example. Physicists employ (semi-) verifiable formulae to agree with experimental results, often without deep physical understanding. "Modelers" (also called "model-builders") often appear much like the former, but they try to model unsound and inquisitive theories that have certain enviable features (and not experimental data), and they apply the techniques of mathematical modeling to problems in physics. Attempts have been made to create approximate theories, called “effective theories”, because fully developed theories may be regarded intractable or too complicated. Other may try to unify, reinterpret or generalize the surviving theories, or create completely new ones altogether. Sometimes the foresight provided by pure quantitative systems can provide evidence to how a physical system might be modeled. Some of the other examples include Nuclear Power, high voltage transmission lines with small losses, Rockets, airfoil designs etc.

  • Quantum mechanics
  • Classical mechanics
  • Statistical physics
  • Electromagnetism
  • Electrodynamics
  • General relativity
  • Quantum Chromodynamics

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