Role of pressure anisotropy on relativistic compact stars

@article{Maurya2018RoleOP,
  title={Role of pressure anisotropy on relativistic compact stars},
  author={Sunil Kumar Maurya and Ayan Banerjee and Sudan Hansraj},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2018},
  volume={97},
  pages={044022}
}
We investigate a compact spherically symmetric relativistic body with anisotropic particle pressure profiles. The distribution possesses characteristics relevant to modeling compact stars within the framework of general relativity. For this purpose, we consider a spatial metric potential of Korkina and Orlyanskii [Ukr. Phys. J. 36, 885 (1991)] type in order to solve the Einstein field equations. An additional prescription we make is that the pressure anisotropy parameter takes the functional… 
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