Strings in Einstein's paradigm of matter

@article{Dzhunushaliev2002StringsIE,
  title={Strings in Einstein's paradigm of matter},
  author={V. Dzhunushaliev},
  journal={Classical and Quantum Gravity},
  year={2002},
  volume={19},
  pages={4817-4824}
}
Spherically symmetric solutions with a flux of electric and magnetic fields in Kaluza?Klein gravity are considered. It is shown that under the condition (electric charge q) ? (magnetic charge Q) (q > Q) these solutions are like a flux tube stretched between two universes. The longitudinal size of this tube depends on the value of ? = 1 ? Q/q. The cross section of the tube can be chosen ?lPl. In this case, the flux tube looks like a one-dimensional object (thread) stretched between two universes… Expand
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