Yukawa–Casimir wormholes

  title={Yukawa–Casimir wormholes},
  author={Remo Garattini},
  journal={The European Physical Journal C},
  • R. Garattini
  • Published 20 July 2021
  • Physics
  • The European Physical Journal C
In this work, we consider a Yukawa modification of the Casimir wormhole. With the help of an Equation of State, we impose Zero Tidal Forces. We will examine two different approaches: in a first approach, we will fix the form of the shape function of the Casimir wormholes modified by a Yukawa term in three different ways and finally a superposition of different profiles. In the second approach, we will consider the original Casimir source modified by a Yukawa term in three different ways and we… 


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