Regular Article - Theoretical Physics
Black hole acoustics in the minimal geometric deformation of a de Laval nozzle
Centro de Matemática, Computação e Cognição, Universidade Federal do ABC-UFABC, Santo André, 09210-580, Brazil
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Accepted: 15 May 2017
Published online: 29 May 2017
The correspondence between sound waves, in a de Laval propelling nozzle, and quasinormal modes emitted by brane-world black holes deformed by a 5D bulk Weyl fluid are here explored and scrutinized. The analysis of sound waves patterns in a de Laval nozzle in the laboratory, reciprocally, is here shown to provide relevant data about the 5D bulk Weyl fluid and its on-brane projection, comprised by the minimal geometrically deformed compact stellar distribution on the brane. Acoustic perturbations of the gas fluid flow in the de Laval nozzle are proved to coincide with the quasinormal modes of black holes solutions deformed by the 5D Weyl fluid, in the geometric deformation procedure. Hence, in a phenomenological Eötvös–Friedmann fluid brane-world model, the realistic shape of a de Laval nozzle is derived and its consequences studied.
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