Non-Geodesic Incompleteness in Poincaré Gauge Gravity
AbstractIn this work, we review the study of singularities in Poincaré gauge theories of gravity. Since one of the most recent studies used the appearance of black hole regions of arbitrary dimension as an indicator of singular behavior, we also give some explicit examples of these structures and study how particles behave around them. View Full-Text
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Cembranos, J.A.R.; Valcarcel, J.G.; Torralba, F.J.M. Non-Geodesic Incompleteness in Poincaré Gauge Gravity. Entropy 2019, 21, 280.
Cembranos JAR, Valcarcel JG, Torralba FJM. Non-Geodesic Incompleteness in Poincaré Gauge Gravity. Entropy. 2019; 21(3):280.Chicago/Turabian Style
Cembranos, José A.R.; Valcarcel, Jorge G.; Torralba, Francisco J.M. 2019. "Non-Geodesic Incompleteness in Poincaré Gauge Gravity." Entropy 21, no. 3: 280.
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