publication . Preprint . 2005

Influence Of Collapsing Matter On The Enveloping Expanding Universe

Choudhury, A. Latif;
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  • Published: 01 Jun 2005
Using a collapsing matter model at the center of an expanding universe as described by Weinberg we assume a special type of generated pressure. This pressure transmits into the surrounding expanding universe. Under certain restriction the ensuing hubble parameter is positive. The deacceleration parameter fluctuates with time, indicating that the universe accelerates for certain time and decelerates for other time intervals.
free text keywords: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology
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