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Spherically symmetric anisotropic fluid ICKV spacetimes. (English) Zbl 0967.83509
Summary: Spherically symmetric spacetimes representing an anisotropic fluid and admitting a proper inheriting conformal Killing vector (ICKV) are studied and all such spacetimes are found. It is shown that the ICKV all lie in the $(t,r)$-plane except in the case of those solutions that are conformally flat, in which case there exist three angular-dependent ICKV. The physical properties of these solutions are investigated (with particular attention focused on static spacetimes), and, in the context of these solutions, examples are given which can be interpreted as stellar models (with reasonable physical properties), as models of magnetic fields in a plasma, and as models of viscous heat-conducting fluids. It is shown that global monopole solutions cannot admit a proper ICKV.

83C20Classes of solutions of equations in general relativity
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