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Wormhole geometry from real feasible matter sources. (English) Zbl 1162.83313
Summary: We provide a prescription of real feasible sources that supply fuel to construct a traversable wormhole. A class of exact solutions for Einstein-Maxwell field equations describing wormhole with an anisotropic matter distribution has been presented. The anisotropy plays a crucial role for the existence of the spacetime comprising wormhole geometry.
83C15Closed form solutions of equations in general relativity
83C55Macroscopic interaction of the gravitational field with matter (general relativity)
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