Collapse and bounce of null fluids

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Creelman, Bradley ; Booth, Ivan (2016)

Exact solutions describing the spherical collapse of null fluids can contain regions which violate the energy conditions. Physically the violations occur when the infalling matter continues to move inwards even when non-gravitational repulsive forces become stronger tha... View more
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