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$f(T)$ Cosmology with Nonzero Curvature

@inproceedings{Paliathanasis2021fTCW,
  title={\$f(T)\$ Cosmology with Nonzero Curvature},
  author={Andronikos Paliathanasis},
  year={2021}
}
We investigate exact and analytic solutions in f (T ) gravity within the context of a Friedmann–Lemâıtre–Robertson–Walker background space with nonzero spatial curvature. For the power law theory f (T ) = T n we find that the field equations admit an exact solution with a linear scalar factor for negative and positive spatial curvature. That Milne-like solution is asymptotic behaviour for the scale factor near the initial singularity for the model f (T ) = T +f0T −2Λ. The analytic solution for… Expand

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