THE LUKASH PLANE-WAVE ATTRACTOR AND RELATIVE ENERGY

@article{Korunur2007THELP,
  title={THE LUKASH PLANE-WAVE ATTRACTOR AND RELATIVE ENERGY},
  author={M. Korunur and M. Salti and O. Aydogdu},
  journal={Modern Physics Letters A},
  year={2007},
  volume={22},
  pages={1601-1609}
}
We study energy distribution in the context of teleparallel theory of gravity, due to matter and fields including gravitation, of the universe based on the plane-wave Bianchi VIIδ spacetimes described by the Lukash metric. For this calculation, we consider the teleparallel gravity analogs of the energy–momentum formulations of Einstein, Bergmann–Thomson and Landau–Lifshitz. We find that Einstein and Bergmann–Thomson prescriptions agree with each other and give the same results for the energy… Expand
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