Corrected Hawking temperature of acoustic rotating black hole

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  • Abstract

    In this paper, the corrected Hawking temperature of (2+1) dimensional acoustic rotating black hole has been calculated by using tunneling method. For this purpose, the r-t sector of the metric is isolated from the angular part by taking a transformation of the time and the azimuthal angle co-ordinates in the exterior region of the event horizon. The massless particle of this black hole obeys the Klein- Gordon equation of motion.

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    Black Hole; Classical Theories of Gravity; Hawking Temperature; Hawking Radiation; Tunneling Method.

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Article ID: 4725
DOI: 10.14419/ijaa.v3i2.4725

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