Curvature force and dark energy

Balakin AB, Pavon D, Schwarz D, Zimdahl W (2003)
New Journal of Physics 5.

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A curvature self-interaction of the cosmic gas is shown to mimic a cosmological constant or other forms of dark energy, such as a rolling tachyon condensate or a Chaplygin gas. Any given Hubble rate and deceleration parameter can be traced back to the action of an effective curvature force on the gas particles. This force self-consistently reacts back on the cosmological dynamics. The links between an imperfect fluid description, a kinetic description with effective antifriction forces and curvature forces, which represent a non-minimal coupling of gravity to matter, are established.
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Balakin AB, Pavon D, Schwarz D, Zimdahl W. Curvature force and dark energy. New Journal of Physics. 2003;5.
Balakin, A. B., Pavon, D., Schwarz, D., & Zimdahl, W. (2003). Curvature force and dark energy. New Journal of Physics, 5.
Balakin, A. B., Pavon, D., Schwarz, D., and Zimdahl, W. (2003). Curvature force and dark energy. New Journal of Physics 5.
Balakin, A.B., et al., 2003. Curvature force and dark energy. New Journal of Physics, 5.
A.B. Balakin, et al., “Curvature force and dark energy”, New Journal of Physics, vol. 5, 2003.
Balakin, A.B., Pavon, D., Schwarz, D., Zimdahl, W.: Curvature force and dark energy. New Journal of Physics. 5, (2003).
Balakin, AB, Pavon, D, Schwarz, Dominik, and Zimdahl, W. “Curvature force and dark energy”. New Journal of Physics 5 (2003).
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