It is shown that in homogeneous cosmological models which take viscosity into account there exist solutions realizing an interpolation between the Friedmann and stationary (steady-state) regimes. In a closed model a solution is obtained which corresponds to the regime of “compensation of curvature” (with radius increasing without bound). The problem of compensation of the singularity as t → 0 and also the choice of equations of state for early (hadron) stages of cosmological evolution in connection with the hydrodynamical theory of multiple creation of hadrons are discussed.
KeywordsViscosity Cosmological Model Closed Model Cosmological Evolution Hydrodynamical Theory
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