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Title: SIGNIFICANCE OF TENSION FOR KALUZA-KLEIN MODELS: CRITICAL REMARKS
Authors: Eingorn, Maxim V.
Citation: Odessa Astronomical Publications
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Astroprint
Keywords: Kaluza-Klein models
extra dimensions
black strings
black branes
tension
gravitational tests
Series/Report no.: ;vol. 25, issue 2, p. 127-128.
Abstract: ABSTRACT. In this very brief review the crucial problematic aspects of gravitational interaction in the weak field limit of Kaluza-Klein models are clarified. We explain why some models meet the classical gravitational tests, while the others do not. In the case of toroidal compactification of extra spatial dimensions we show how the presence of tension (both with and without effects of nonlinearity with respect to the scalar curvature R ) of a single gravitating source results in agreement with the observations. It takes place for so-called latent solitons, in particular, black strings and black branes.
Description: Odessa Astronomical publications / Одесская астроном. обсерватория . – Одесса : Астропринт, 2012 . – Vol.25/2.
URI: http://dspace.onu.edu.ua:8080/handle/123456789/4737
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