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STRONG FIELD OF BINARY SYSTEMS AND ITS EFFECTS ON PULSAR ARRIVAL TIMES

@article{Wanas2010STRONGFO,
  title={STRONG FIELD OF BINARY SYSTEMS AND ITS EFFECTS ON PULSAR ARRIVAL TIMES},
  author={M. I. Wanas and N. S. Awadalla and Waleed El Hanafy},
  journal={arXiv: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology},
  year={2010}
}
In the present work, the exact solution of Einstein’s field equations which has been given by Curzon in 1924 [1] representing the field of a static binary system is reviewed. An adapted version of this solution is obtained to describe a dynamical binaries in a rotating coordinate system. It is shown that this version of the solution is time-dependent. It reduces to the later one in the static case if the rotation goes to zero. The original Curzon solution shows that there are two singularities… Expand

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