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Different approaches to the Einstein energy associated with the de Sitter C-space-time
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2005-12-01
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Salti, M
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The paper is purposed to elaborate the problem of gravitational energy localization in de Sitter(dS) C-space-time (the C space-time in a background with a cosmological constant Lambda). In this connection, using the energy-momentum definition of Einstein, we find the same energy in both general relativity and tele-parallel gravity.
Subject Keywords
Cylindrical gravitational-waves
,
Kasner-type universe
,
General-relativity
,
Teleparallel gravity
,
Moller energy
,
Tetrad theory
,
Black-holes
,
Momentum
,
Localization
,
Models
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https://hdl.handle.net/11511/64072
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ACTA PHYSICA SLOVACA
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Department of Physics, Article
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M. Salti, “Different approaches to the Einstein energy associated with the de Sitter C-space-time,”
ACTA PHYSICA SLOVACA
, pp. 563–571, 2005, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/64072.