Power-law cosmology in Weyl-type f(Q, T) gravity

@article{Gadbail2021PowerlawCI,
  title={Power-law cosmology in Weyl-type f(Q, T) gravity},
  author={Gaurav Gadbail and Simran Arora and Pradyumna Kumar Sahoo},
  journal={The European Physical Journal Plus},
  year={2021}
}
Gravity is attributed to the spacetime curvature in classical General Relativity (GR). But, other equivalent formulation or representations of GR, such as torsion or non-metricity have altered the perception. We consider the Weyl-type f (Q, T) gravity, where Q represents the non-metricity and T is the trace of energy momentum temsor, in which the vector field ωμ determines the non-metricity Qμνα of the spacetime. In this work, we employ the well-motivated f (Q, T) = αQ + β 6k2 T, where α and… Expand
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