On the separability of field equations in Myers–Perry spacetimes

@article{Murata2007OnTS,
  title={On the separability of field equations in Myers–Perry spacetimes},
  author={Keiju Murata and J. Soda},
  journal={Classical and Quantum Gravity},
  year={2007},
  volume={25},
  pages={035006}
}
We study the separability of scalar, vector and tensor fields in five-dimensional Myers–Perry spacetimes with equal angular momenta. In these spacetimes, there exists enlarged symmetry, U(2) ≃ SU(2) × U(1). Using the group theoretical method with a twist, we perform the dimensional reduction at the action level and show that both vector and tensor field equations can be reduced to coupled ordinary differential equations. We reveal the structure of couplings between variables. In particular, we… 

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