Many-body problem in Kaluza–Klein models with toroidal compactification

  title={Many-body problem in Kaluza–Klein models with toroidal compactification},
  author={Alexey Chopovsky and Maxim Eingorn and Alexander Zhuk},
  journal={The European Physical Journal C},
In this paper, we consider a system of gravitating bodies in Kaluza–Klein models with toroidal compactification of the extra dimensions. To simulate the astrophysical objects (e.g., our Sun and pulsars) with energy density much greater than the pressure, we assume that these bodies are pressureless in the external space, i.e., the space we inhabit. At the same time, they may have nonzero parameters $$\omega _{({\bar{\alpha }} -3)} \, ({\bar{\alpha }} =4,\ldots , D)$$ω(α¯-3)(α¯=4,…,D) in the… 

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