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Multi-fluid cosmology in Einstein gravity: analytical solutions

  title={Multi-fluid cosmology in Einstein gravity: analytical solutions},
  author={Valerio Faraoni and Sonia Jose and Steve Dussault},
We review analytical solutions of the Einstein equations which are expressed in terms of elementary functions and describe Friedmann-Lemaître-Robertson-Walker universes sourced by multiple (real or effective) perfect fluids with constant equations of state. Effective fluids include spatial curvature, the cosmological constant, and scalar fields. We provide a description with unified notation, explicit and parametric forms of the solutions, and relations between different expressions present in… 
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