Geometry of Spinning Ellis Wormholes

@article{Chew2016GeometryOS,
  title={Geometry of Spinning Ellis Wormholes},
  author={Xiao Yan Chew and Burkhard Kleihaus and Jutta Kunz},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2016},
  volume={94},
  pages={104031}
}
We give a detailed account of the properties of spinning Ellis wormholes, supported by a phantom field. The general set of solutions depends on three parameters, associated with the size of the throat, the rotation and the symmetry of the solutions. For symmetric wormholes the global charges possess the same values in both asymptotic regions, while this is no longer the case for non-symmetric wormholes. We present mass formulae for these wormholes, study their quadrupole moments, and discuss… 
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