British Journal of Applied Science & Technology, ISSN: 2231-0843,Vol.: 17, Issue.: 5
Characteristics of Spinning Black Holes
Dipo Mahto1* and Alok Ranjan2 1Department of Physics, Marwari College, T.M.B.U, Bhagalpur, India. 2Research Scholar, Department of Physics, T.M.B.U, Bhagalpur, India.
Dipo Mahto1* and Alok Ranjan2
1Department of Physics, Marwari College, T.M.B.U, Bhagalpur, India.
2Research Scholar, Department of Physics, T.M.B.U, Bhagalpur, India.
(1) Luigi Maxmilian Caligiuri, Faculty of Science, University of Calabria, Italy and Foundation of Physics Research Center (Director)- FoPRC, Italy.
(1) Alejandro Gutiérrez- Rodríguez, Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, México.
(2) Roberto Ivan Cabrera Munguia, Autonomous University of Juarez City, Mexico.
(3) Jun Steed Huang, Jiangsu University, China.
(4) Ivan de Martino, University of the Basque, Spain.
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Aims: The present paper derives an expression for the frequency or wavelength of Hawking radiation emitted by spinning black holes in terms of the event horizon (λ=16πRs & v =c/16πRs), when the quantum theory of radiation ( E=hv ), energy of Hawking radiation and event horizon of the spinning black holes ( Rs = GM/c2 ) are used. This frequency or wavelength of Hawking radiation may be regarded as the characteristics of spinning black holes and this work is extended to derive an expression for the change in the frequency of Hawking radiation with respect to radius of event horizon (v / Rs = - c / 16πRs2).
Study Design: The secondary data for the frequencies and wavelengths of Hawking radiation has been calculated from the primary data of rest masses for stellar – mass black holes (M ~ 5 20 Mʘ) in XRBs and (M ~ 106 – 109.5 Mʘ) in AGN resulting the wavelength( λ = 16πRs) & and frequency (v = c / 16πRs). Our result corresponds to the result of research work entitled: Frequency of Hawking radiation from black holes by Mahto et al. published in International Journal of Astrophysics and Space Science (2013).
Place and Duration of Study: This work has been completed in the department of Physics of Marwari College under T.M.B.U. Bhagalpur from Jan 2016 to Aug 2016.
Methodology: This research work is completely theoretical and the total work has been doneusing Laptop at Marwari College Bhagalpur and University Department of Physics, T.M.B.U. Bhagalpur.
Results: The astrophysical objects which emit the radiations of wavelengths (3.707x105 m to 14.828x105m) or frequencies (8.092x102Hz to 2.023x102Hz)in XRBs and wavelengths (7.414 x 1010 m to 37.070 x 1013 m) or frequencies (4.046 x 10-3 Hz to 0.809 x 10-6 Hz) in AGN may be classified as spinning as well as non-spinning black holes.
Conclusion: The frequencies/wavelengths of Hawking radiation either emitted from spinning black holes or non-spinning black holes are the same and only depends on their mass. This may be also regarded as the characteristics of spinning black holes in addition to the mass, spin and charge. The mass of black holes are mainly responsible for their identification and characterization and independent from spinning character.
Radius of event horizon; XRBs and AGN.
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DOI : 10.9734/BJAST/2016/28417Review History Comments