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Trous noirs non asymptotiquement plats

Abstract : In the framework of string-inspired dilatonic gravity theories (from 4 to D space-time dimensions), we construct new non-asymptotically flat black hole or black brane solutions. For particular values of the dilatonic coupling constant, we generalize static solutions to rotating ones, using the target space isometry group. We compute their masses and their angular momentum using the modern approach to the computation of energy in General Relativity, the quasilocal formalism, and we check the agreement of these solutions with the first law of black hole thermodynamics. Finally, we study a new black hole family in the 2+1 dimensional theory of Topologically Massive Gravity.
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Cédric Leygnac. Trous noirs non asymptotiquement plats. Physique mathématique [math-ph]. Université Claude Bernard - Lyon I, 2004. Français. ⟨tel-00006633⟩

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