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Dynamical analysis approaches in spatially curved FRW spacetimes

23 Oct 2020, 13:55
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Morteza Kerachian (Charles University, Czech Republic)


In this work we perform dynamical analysis of a broad classes of barotropic fluids and a non- minimally coupled real scalar fields in the Friedmann-Robertson-Walker (FRW) spacetime frame- work. The first part of our study concerns the dynamics of a fluid with an unspecified barotropic equation of state (EoS) having as the only assumption the non-negativity of the fluid’s energy den- sity. The second part of our study concerns the dynamics of an unspecified positive potential in a spatially curved FRW spacetime. For each of these cosmological models we define a new set of dimensionless variables and a new evolution parameter. In the frameworks of these general setups, we have recognized several general features of these systems, like symmetries, invariant subsets and critical points, and provide their cosmological interpretation. The last part of our work provides some examples to show how these two general setups can be used.

Primary authors

Morteza Kerachian (Charles University, Czech Republic) Giovanni Acquaviva (Charles University, Czech Republic) Georgios Loukes Gerakopoulos (Astronomical Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences)

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