Thermodynamics of scalar-tensor gravity

@inproceedings{Faraoni2021ThermodynamicsOS,
  title={Thermodynamics of scalar-tensor gravity},
  author={Valerio Faraoni and Andrea Giusti},
  year={2021}
}
Previously, the Einstein equation has been described as an equation of state, general relativity as the equilibrium state of gravity, and f(R) gravity as a non-equilibrium one. We apply Eckart’s first order thermodynamics to the effective dissipative fluid describing scalar-tensor gravity. Surprisingly, we obtain simple expressions for the effective heat flux, “temperature of gravity”, shear and bulk viscosity, and entropy density, plus a generalized Fourier law in a consistent Eckart… Expand
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