Asymptotic magnetically charged non-singular black hole and its thermodynamics

11 Apr 2019  ·  Ali Askar, Saifullah Khalid ·

Some very interesting solutions of the field equations of Einstein's general theory of relativity have been constructed in the framework of nonlinear electrodynamics. In particular, magnetically charged black hole solutions in the framework of exponential nonlinear electrodynamics have been obtained in general relativity in Kruglov (2017)... Using this approach a magnetically charged non-singular black hole spacetime in the framework of exponential electrodynamics in some modified theory of gravity has been constructed in this letter. The metric describing asymptotic non-singular magnetized black hole is worked out in terms of the parameter of our model. When this parameter vanishes our solution reduces to the above mentioned black hole solution. Thermodynamics of the resulting solution is also discussed by calculating the Hawking temperature and heat capacity when the magnetic charge is constant. We also find out the point where the first order phase transition induced by temperature changes takes place. The quantum radiations from this black hole are also discussed and the mathematical expression for the rate of energy flux of these radiations has been obtained. read more

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General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology High Energy Physics - Theory