Intersections Involving Monopoles and Waves in Eleven Dimensions

@inproceedings{Bergshoeff1997IntersectionsIM,
  title={Intersections Involving Monopoles and Waves in Eleven Dimensions},
  author={Eric Bergshoeff and M. J. K. de Roo and Eduardo Eyras and B. Janssen and J. van der Schaar},
  year={1997}
}
We consider intersections in eleven dimensions involving Kaluza-Klein monopoles and Brinkmann waves. Besides these purely gravitational configurations we also construct solutions to the equations of motion that involve additional M2and M5-branes. The maximal number of independent objects in these intersections is nine, and such maximal configurations, when reduced to two dimensions, give rise to a zero-brane solution with dilaton coupling a = −4/9. 

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