# Extra force and extra mass from non-compact Kaluza-Klein theory in a cosmological model

@article{MadrizAguilar2004ExtraFA, title={Extra force and extra mass from non-compact Kaluza-Klein theory in a cosmological model}, author={Jose Edgar Madriz-Aguilar and Mauricio Bellini}, journal={The European Physical Journal C - Particles and Fields}, year={2004}, volume={42}, pages={349-354} }

Abstract.Using the Hamilton-Jacobi formalism, we study extra force and extra mass in a recently introduced non-compact Kaluza-Klein cosmological model. We examine the inertial 4D mass m0 of the inflaton field on a 4D FRW bulk in two examples. We find that m0 has a geometrical origin and antigravitational effects on a non-inertial 4D bulk should be a consequence of the motion of the fifth coordinate with respect to the 4D bulk.

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