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Sarkar S.,Kaziranga English Academy
Astrophysics and Space Science | Year: 2015

This work deals with the study of the dynamics of a spatially homogeneous and anisotropic Bianchi type-I universe filled with two minimally interacting isotropic fluids: cold dark matter and wet dark fluid components. To obtain an exact solution of the Einstein’s field equations, we have used the assumption of linearly varying deceleration parameter. Under suitable conditions, it is observed that the solution describes effectively the current acceleration and indicates occurrence of a type-V future singularity in the late time evolution of the universe. As the solution shows that the universe has a finite lifetime and passes through a significant time when energy densities of both the dark components are nearly comparable, so considering the coincidence parameter r to be a free parameter and 1/r0 < r< r0, where r0 is any fixed ratio, we have calculated the important fraction f of total life time of the universe when it passes through the coincidental stage before the singularity. We have also discussed the consistencies of our results with the recent cosmological observational data. © 2015, Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht. Source


Sarkar S.,Kaziranga English Academy
International Journal of Theoretical Physics | Year: 2015

The present work deals with the accretion of two interacting fluids: dark matter and a hypothetical fluid as the holographic dark energy components onto wormhole in a non-flat FRW universe. First of all, following Cruz et al. (Phys. Lett. B 669, 271 2008), we obtained an exact solution of the Einstein’s field equations. Solution describes effectively the actual acceleration and indicates a big rip type future singularity of the universe. After that we have studied the evolution of the mass of wormhole embedded in this FRW universe in order to reproduce a stable universe protected against future-time singularity. We found that the accretion of these dark components leads to a gradual increase of wormhole mass. It is also observed that contrary to the case as shown by Cruz et al. (Phys. Lett. B 669, 271 2008), the big rip singularity of the universe with a divergent Hubble parameter of this dark energy model may be avoided by a big trip. We have established a correspondence between the holographic dark energy with the polytropic gas dark energy model and obtained the potential as well as dynamics of the scalar field which describes the polytropic cosmology. © 2015 Springer Science+Business Media New York Source


In this paper, we have considered the spatially homogeneous and anisotropic Bianchi type-V space time filled with two interacting fluids; dark matter and a hypothetical isotropic fluid as the holographic dark energy components. To obtain an exact solution of the Einstein's field equations, we used the assumption of time dependent deceleration parameter. We have investigated geometric and kinematic properties of the model. It is observed that the anisotropy parameter of the universe approaches to zero and the universe achieve flatness for large cosmic time. We have shown that this expanding solution is stable against the perturbation with respect to anisotropic spatial directions. We have also studied the evolution of the mass of a black hole embedded in a universe which interacts with a combination of dark matter and dark energy, considering that in the vicinity of the black hole the metric is of Schwarzschild type. We found that the black hole mass increases with the evolution of the universe, and on later epochs the increase in mass stops as dark energy accretion takes over. The results are found to be consistent with recent cosmological observations. © 2014 Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht. Source


The present work deals with a spatially homogeneous and anisotropic Kantowski-Sachs space time filled with two minimally interacting fluids; dark matter and a hypothetical anisotropic fluid as the holographic dark energy components. To obtain an exact solution of the Einstein's field equations, we used the assumption of linearly varying deceleration parameter. We have investigated geometric and kinematic properties of the model and the role of the anisotropic holographic dark energy in the evolution of the Kantowski-Sachs universe. Under the suitable condition, it is observed that the anisotropy parameter of the universe and the skewness parameter of the holographic dark energy approaches to zero for large cosmic time and the universe can achieve flatness for some particular moments throughout its entire lifetime. Results show that the coincidence parameter (ℜ= ρΛ/ρM increases with increasing time and a big rip type future singularity will occur for this model. We have also applied the statefinder diagnostics method to study the behavior of different stages of the universe and to differentiate the proposed dark energy model from the ΛCDM model. Since in this model, the universe has a finite life time and passes through a significant time when the dark energy and the matter energy densities are roughly comparable, so considering 1/ℜ0 < ℜ < ℜ0, where ℜ0 is any fixed ratio, we have calculated the fraction of total life time of the universe when the universe passes through the coincidental stage for this future singularity. The results are found to be consistent with recent cosmological observations. © 2014 Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht. Source


In this work, we have considered the spatially homogeneous and anisotropic Bianchi type-II universe filled with two interacting fluids; dark matter and holographic dark energy components. Assuming the proportionality relation between one of the components of shear scalar and expansion scalar which yields time dependent deceleration parameter, an exact solution to Einstein's field equations in Bianchi type-II line element is obtained. We have investigated geometric and kinematics properties of the model and the behaviour of the holographic dark energy. It is observed that the mean anisotropic parameter is uniform through the whole evolution of the universe and the coincidence parameter increases with increasing time. The solutions are also found to be in good agreement with the results of recent observations. We have applied the statefinder diagnostics method to study the behaviour of different stages of the universe and to differentiate the proposed dark energy model from the ΛCDM model. We have also established a correspondence between the holographic dark energy model and the tachyon scalar field dark energy model. We have reconstructed the potential and the dynamics of the tachyon scalar field, which describes accelerated expansion of the universe. © 2014 Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht. Source

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