Regular Article - Theoretical Physics
Spherically symmetric anisotropic charged solution under complete geometric deformation approach
Department of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, College of Arts and Science, University of Nizwa, Nizwa, Sultanate of Oman
Accepted: 25 July 2021
Published online: 6 August 2021
We present a new systematic approach to find the exact gravitationally decoupled anisotropic spherical solution in the presence of electric charge by using the complete geometric deformation (CGD) methodology. To do this, we apply the transformations over both gravitational potentials by introducing two unknown deformation functions. This new systematic approach allows us to obtain the exact solution of the field equations without imposing any particular ansatz for the deformation functions. Specifically, a well-known mimic approach and equation of state (EOS) have been applied together for solving the system of equations, which determine the radial and temporal deformation functions, respectively. The matching conditions at the boundary of the stellar objects with the exterior Reissner–Nordström metric are discussed in detail. In order to see the physical validity of the solution, we used well-behaved interior seed spacetime geometry and solved the system of equations using the above approaches. Next, we presented several physical properties of the solution through their graphical representations. The stability and dynamical equilibrium of the solution have been also discussed. Finally, we predicted the radii and mass-radius ratio for several compact objects for different decoupling parameters together with the impact of the decoupling parameters on the thermodynamical observables.
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