Classical Spinning Branes in Curved Backgrounds

@article{Vasili2007ClassicalSB,
  title={Classical Spinning Branes in Curved Backgrounds},
  author={Milovan Vasili{\'c} and Marko Vojinovi{\'c}},
  journal={arXiv: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology},
  year={2007}
}
The dynamics of a classical branelike object in a curved background is derived from the covariant stress-energy conservation of the brane matter. The world sheet equations and boundary conditions are obtained in the pole-dipole approximation, where nontrivial brane thickness gives rise to its intrinsic angular momentum. It is shown that intrinsic angular momentum couples to both, the background curvature and the brane orbital degrees of freedom. The whole procedure is manifestly covariant with… 

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