Non-adiabatic gravitational collapse in higher dimensional space-time and its junctions conditions
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- Bhui, B., Chaterjee, S. & Banerjee, A. Astrophys Space Sci (1995) 226: 7. doi:10.1007/BF00626894
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Junction conditions are studied at the boundary of a higher dimensional spherical distribution containing an outgoing heat flow and radiation flux. Our analysis extends to higher dimension, an important observation of Santos that for a collapsing fluid with radial heat flow the isotropic pressure on the surface of discontinuity does not vanish. Some physically relevant parameters like luminosity, mass function for the bounded distribution and also the time required for horizon formation are also calculated and it is observed that the dimensionality of space-time does not qualitatively alter the analogous results of the ‘standard’ space time.