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    Title: Cosmology of spherical branes
    Other Titles: 球對稱膜宇宙學
    Authors: 陳俊宏;Chen, Chun-hung
    Contributors: 淡江大學物理學系碩士班
    曹慶堂;Cho, Hing-tong
    Keywords: 球對稱;膜宇宙學;宇宙學;Cosmology;Spherical;Brane
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 02:17:30 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 這篇論文主要的想法是把我們所存在的三維空間,假設成被埋藏在五維球對稱時空中的三維球膜,我們利用外部區率[extrinsic curvature]和 Israel junction condition得到球膜的運動方程式。我們探討了物質主宰和輻射主宰兩種不同的流體之後,發現宇宙演化的方式和宇宙常數有非常大的關係,根據不同的宇宙常數我們把宇宙的演化分成四類。接著我們把宇宙常數假設成高維時空中的位能來探討球膜演化的方式,最後我們簡述了兩層球膜的狀況。
    The main idea of this thesis is to image the three-dimensional space as a three-brane embedded in a five-dimensional spherical symmetry spacetime. We get the equation of motion from the extrinsic curvature and Israel junction condition. After discussing the equation of motion in dust case and radiation dominated case, we know that the cosmological constants dominate the behavior of our model. According to different pair of cosmological constants, we divide the evolution of our model into four types. We suppose the cosmological constant as the potential energy in five-dimensional spacetime to analyze the evolution of our model. Finally, we give a suggestion about two branes system.
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