2017
DOI: 10.1016/j.geomphys.2016.11.022
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Exact solution of the Einstein–Skyrme model in a Kantowski–Sachs spacetime

Abstract: We consider a Skyrme fluid with a constant radial profile in locally rotational Kantowski-Sachs spacetime. The Skyrme fluid is an anisotropic fluid with zero heat flux and with an equation of state parameter wS that |ws| ≤ 1 3. From the Einstein field equations we define the Wheeler-DeWitt equation. For the last equation we perform a Lie symmetry classification and we determine the invariant solutions for the wavefunction of the model. Moreover from the Lie symmetries of the Wheeler-DeWitt equation we construc… Show more

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“…(32a) is an ODE for u(t) that can be directly solved. If Λ > 0, (26) implies ρ ∼ ρ 0 e (ω/2)t for t → ∞. In this limit, Eq.…”
Section: Stability Of the Spherically Symmetric Skyrmionmentioning
confidence: 95%
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“…(32a) is an ODE for u(t) that can be directly solved. If Λ > 0, (26) implies ρ ∼ ρ 0 e (ω/2)t for t → ∞. In this limit, Eq.…”
Section: Stability Of the Spherically Symmetric Skyrmionmentioning
confidence: 95%
“…In order to examine the stability properties of the static Einstein universe around the isotropic solutions (26) and (27), let us consider the critical points for the field equations (12a)-(12c). The critical points of the Hamiltonian (19) are given by the conditions ∂V ef f ∂a = 0 and…”
Section: Einstein Static Universementioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Further, for line-element (5), the modified field equation (3) is expressed in terms of the parameters, {A, B} (reference [5]),…”
Section: Basic Equationsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…On the other hand for variable radial profile both anisotropic Bianchi I and KS model have been investigated only numerically and for the existence of the solutions there should be restrictions both on the cosmological constant as well as on the Skyrme coupling. Recently, Paliathanasis et al [5] have considered this Skyrme model in KS space-time for studying quantum cosmology. Formulating the Whealer-Dewitt equation, they have performed the Lie symmetry classification and have obtained the invariant solutions for the wave function.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%