Regular Article - Theoretical Physics
Electromagnetic influence on hyperbolically symmetric sources in f(T) gravity
Department of Mathematics, University of the Punjab, 54590, Quaid-i-Azam Campus, Lahore, Pakistan
Accepted: 2 April 2022
Published online: 20 April 2022
The present study aims to see how gravitational modification, specifically, the f(T) gravitational field, where T is torsion scalar, impacts static fluid content with hyperbolic symmetry and electromagnetic field. We enlarge Herrera’s strategy (Herrera et al. in Phys Rev D 103:024037, 2021) to analyze the impact of electromagnetic field on f(T) gravity. We distinguish the stress–energy tensor by considering the ingredients of the tetrad field in the Minkowski co-ordinate frame, commencing with modified field equations. With the advent of negative density, this sort of fluid is supposed to surpass extreme physical conditions, enabling quantum impacts to be detected. We calculate a viable formulation of mass utilizing the Tolman mass from the viewpoint of f(T) gravity along with the electromagnetic field. The gravitational interference is repulsive, as made evident by the negative value of the Tolman mass. Also, we explored the structure scalars in f(T) gravity and found significant solutions in presence of electric charge.
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