Analog Particle Production Model for General Classes of Taub-NUT Black Holes

@article{Foo2021AnalogPP,
  title={Analog Particle Production Model for General Classes of Taub-NUT Black Holes},
  author={Joshua Foo and Michael R R Good and Robert B. Mann},
  journal={Universe},
  year={2021}
}
We derive a correspondence between the Hawking radiation spectra emitted from general classes of Taub-NUT black holes with that induced by the relativistic motion of an accelerated Dirichlet boundary condition (i.e., a perfectly reflecting mirror) in (1+1)-dimensional flat spacetime. We demonstrate that the particle and energy spectra is thermal at late times and that particle production is suppressed by the NUT parameter. We also compute the radiation spectrum in the rotating, electrically… Expand
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