Special Issue "Cosmology with Fluid Components"
A special issue of Galaxies (ISSN 2075-4434).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2013)
Prof. Dr. Iver Brevik
Recent investigations in general relativity and cosmology have shown the usefulness of taking into account realistic properties of the cosmic fluid, such as viscosity (shear and bulk), turbulence, multicomponent properties, etc. The objective of the present volume is to focus on these kind of properties, from different viewpoints, therewith adding to the physical understanding of the cosmic fluid. We would like like to call for papers disseminating and sharing recent findings on a diversity of topics, including but not restricted to:
- viscous cosmology
- the role of viscosity in regard to the phantom/quintessence epochs
- multicomponent fluids
- future singularities
- entropy issues
- the role of the Casimir effect in cosmology
- modified gravity
- electromagnetic effects in the cosmic fluid
Also, review papers are welcome.
Prof. Dr. Iver Brevik
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