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An exact solution for a thick domain wall in general relativity
|Statement||Guenter Goetz, Dirk Noetzold.|
|Series||Fermilab-Pub -- 89/235-A., NASA-CR -- 185013., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-185013., Fermilab pub -- 89/235-A.|
|Contributions||Noetzold, Dirk., Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
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An exact solution of the Einstein equations for a static, planar domain wall with finite thickness is presented. At infinity, density and pressure vanish and the space-time tends to the Minkowski vacuum on one side of the wall and to the Taub vacuum on the other : Dirk Noetzold and Guenter Goetz.
The coupled Einstein-scalar equations that describe the thick gravitating wall are expanded in powers of the thickness of the wall. The solutions of the zeroth order equations reproduce the results of the usual Israel thin wall approximation for domain by: In this section we shall obtain exact solutions for thick domain walls in dif-ferent cases.
Using the substitution u = eB1 and a = k 1−m, Eq. (16) takes the form u′′ +au = 0, (18) which has the solution eB1 = u = c 1sin(z √ a)+c2cos(z √ a) when a > 0, (19) where c1 and c2 are integrating constants. (19) represent the general solution of the diﬀerential Eq.
We show that thick wall solutions can be generated by appropiate scaling of the thin wall ones, and obtain an exact solution for a domain wall that interpolates between AdS_4 asymptotic vacua and has a well-defined thin wall ons representing scalar field configurations obtained via the same scaling but that do not have a thin wall limit are also by: thick brane in the framework of 5D general relativity as a domain wall separating two diﬀerent states of a scalar ﬁeld.
We study analytically scalar ﬁeld struc-tures with arbitrary potentials, assuming Z 2 symmetry with respect to the middle plane of the wall and restrict ourselves to Poincar´e branes, i.e., ﬂat domain walls.
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b) Show by explicit construction that two coordinate systems (as opposed to the six used in the text) suﬃce to. An exact solution to the Einstein field equations is found, which represents the gravitational collapse of a thick domain wall. During the collapse, the wall emits gravitational radiation, which can be measured as a gravitational pp wave at the spacelike infinity.
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CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): A thick Z2-symmetric domain wall supported by a scalar field with an arbitrary potential V (φ) in 5D general relativity is considered as a candidate brane world.
We show that, under the global regularity requirement, such a configuration (i) has always an AdS asymptotic far from the brane, (ii) is only possible if V. The exact equality of m I and m G for all bodies is one form of the weak equiv-alence principle. Newtonian theory provides no explanation of this equality.
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Exact Solution of a Test Particle in Presence of Thick Domain Walls. Article. Full-text available. We have obtained the exact solution of the equations of motion of a test particle near a thick domain walls for the case of Ricci tensor Rab = 0. From the solution it has been shown that the domain walls have repulsive gravitational fields Classical general relativity, Thick domain walls.
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I'd like to have a textbook on Differential Geometry/Calculus on Manifolds for me on the side. I do like mathematical rigor, and I'd like a. A thick Z_2-symmetric domain wall supported by a scalar field with an arbitrary potential V(\phi) in 5D general relativity is considered as a candidate brane world.
We show that, under the global regularity requirement, such a configuration (i) has always an AdS asymptotic far from the brane, (ii) is only possible if V(\phi) has an alternating. COVID Resources.
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Bottom line is that I would like a book that provides an axiomatic development of general relativity clearly and with mathematical precision works out the details of the theory. We show that thick wall solutions can be generated by appropiate scaling of the thin wall ones, and obtain an exact solution for a domain wall that interpolates between AdS_4 asymptotic vacua and has a well-defined thin wall ons representing scalar field configurations obtained via the same scaling but that do not have a thin wall.
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