Black holes in scale-dependent frameworks.

dc.contributor.advisorKoch, Benjamin
dc.contributor.authorRincón, Ángel
dc.contributor.otherPontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Facultad de Física
dc.date.accessioned2019-11-18T14:03:23Z
dc.date.available2019-11-18T14:03:23Z
dc.date.issued2019
dc.descriptionTesis (Ph.D. in Physics)--Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, 2019
dc.description.abstractIn the present thesis, we investigate the scale–dependence of some well known black hole solutions in 2+1 dimensions at the level of the effective action in the presence of a cosmological constant or an electrical source. We promote the classical parameters of the theory, {G0,(· · ·)0}, to scale–dependent couplings, {Gk,(· · ·)k} and then we solve the corresponding effective Einstein field equations. To close the system of equations we impose the null energy condition. This last condition (valid in arbitrary dimension) provides a differential equation which, after solving it, allows to obtain in a simple way the specific form of the gravitational coupling. Furthermore, perfect-fluid like parameters are induced via the scale-dependent gravitational coupling. Finally, to exemplify the effect of the running of the couplings on the properties of the scale-dependent black hole solutions, we show a few concrete examples.In the present thesis, we investigate the scale–dependence of some well known black hole solutions in 2+1 dimensions at the level of the effective action in the presence of a cosmological constant or an electrical source. We promote the classical parameters of the theory, {G0,(· · ·)0}, to scale–dependent couplings, {Gk,(· · ·)k} and then we solve the corresponding effective Einstein field equations. To close the system of equations we impose the null energy condition. This last condition (valid in arbitrary dimension) provides a differential equation which, after solving it, allows to obtain in a simple way the specific form of the gravitational coupling. Furthermore, perfect-fluid like parameters are induced via the scale-dependent gravitational coupling. Finally, to exemplify the effect of the running of the couplings on the properties of the scale-dependent black hole solutions, we show a few concrete examples.In the present thesis, we investigate the scale–dependence of some well known black hole solutions in 2+1 dimensions at the level of the effective action in the presence of a cosmological constant or an electrical source. We promote the classical parameters of the theory, {G0,(· · ·)0}, to scale–dependent couplings, {Gk,(· · ·)k} and then we solve the corresponding effective Einstein field equations. To close the system of equations we impose the null energy condition. This last condition (valid in arbitrary dimension) provides a differential equation which, after solving it, allows to obtain in a simple way the specific form of the gravitational coupling. Furthermore, perfect-fluid like parameters are induced via the scale-dependent gravitational coupling. Finally, to exemplify the effect of the running of the couplings on the properties of the scale-dependent black hole solutions, we show a few concrete examples.In the present thesis, we investigate the scale–dependence of some well known black hole solutions in 2+1 dimensions at the level of the effective action in the presence of a cosmological constant or an electrical source. We promote the classical parameters of the theory, {G0,(· · ·)0}, to scale–dependent couplings, {Gk,(· · ·)k} and then we solve the corresponding effective Einstein field equations. To close the system of equations we impose the null energy condition. This last condition (valid in arbitrary dimension) provides a differential equation which, after solving it, allows to obtain in a simple way the specific form of the gravitational coupling. Furthermore, perfect-fluid like parameters are induced via the scale-dependent gravitational coupling. Finally, to exemplify the effect of the running of the couplings on the properties of the scale-dependent black hole solutions, we show a few concrete examples.
dc.format.extentxv, 144 páginas
dc.identifier.doi10.7764/tesisUC/FIS/26894
dc.identifier.urihttps://doi.org/10.7764/tesisUC/FIS/26894
dc.identifier.urihttps://repositorio.uc.cl/handle/11534/26894
dc.language.isoen
dc.nota.accesoTexto completo
dc.rightsacceso abierto
dc.subject.ddc520
dc.subject.deweyAstronomíaes_ES
dc.subject.otherHoyos negros (Astronomía)es_ES
dc.subject.otherEcuaciones de campo de Einsteines_ES
dc.titleBlack holes in scale-dependent frameworks.es_ES
dc.typetesis doctoral
sipa.codpersvinculados1006903
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