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1 「 Properties of the Black Di- rings 」 Takashi Mishima (CST Nihon Univ.) Hideo Iguchi ( 〃 ) MG12-Paris - July 16 ’09

2 2 Black Saturn black di-ring black bi-ring …. Black lense black rings ( e.g. ) asymptotically flat cases Generations of stationary 5-dim. spacetime solutions with BHs have succeeded to clarify interesiting variety of the topology and shape of five dimensional Black Holes never seen in four dimensions. I. Introduction

3 Finding new proper higher dimensional BH solutions 3 Two ways Some detailed analysis of previously obtained solutions ( more exciting !) further progress ( not so exciting but important )

4 we consider black di-rings :5 dim. concentrically superimposed double S^1-rotating BRs Inverse Scattering Method ( ISM ) ( Belinsky-Zakharov technique ) Here I&M: hep-th/ Phys. Rev. D75, (2007) Evslin & Krishnan: hep-th/ CQG26:125018(2009) the simillar method to the Backrund transformation. ( Kramer-Neugebauer’s Method , … ) ( di-ring I )( di-ring II )

5 ? i.Solution-generation of di-ring I can be considered from the Pomeransky- type ISM. ii.Differences between di-ring I and di-ring II are shown from the viewpoint of Pomeransky-type ISM. iii.Some attempt to fix isometric equivalence of di-ring I and di-ring II with the aid of numerical calculations and the mathematical facts similar to four dimensional uniqueness theorem by Hollands & Yazadjiev. < Purpose of this talk > 5 ( Both the representations of di-rings are too complicated ! ) diring I ( I&M ) Hard task ! diring II ( E&K ) …

6 c1 ( 5 dimensions ) c2 ( the solutions of vacuum Einstein equations ) c3 ( three commuting Killing vectors including time-translational invariance ) c4 ( Komar angular momentums for -rotation are zero ) c5 ( asymptotical flatness ) 6 II.Solitonic Methods and Rod structures < The spacetime considered here > Assumptions < metric ( Weyl anzats : ) >

7 ( Ernst system : ) 7 < Basic Equations and Generation methods > ( BZ system ) ( diring I ) Backrund Transformation ( Neugebauer , … ) Inverse Scattering Method ( ISM ) ( Belinsky & Zakharov + Pomeranski ) ( diring II ) Adding solitons( Seed ) ( New solution )

8 < Viewpoint of rod structure (interval structure) > We see solitonic solution-generations from the viewpoint of ‘Rod diagram’ ( Emparan & Reall, Harmark, Hollands & Yazadjiev … ) rod diagram : Convenient representation of the boundary structure of ‘Factor space/Orbit space’ 8 ( e.g. 5-dim. Black Ring spacetime ) Φaxis Ψaxis ∞ ∞ ∞ horizon (direciton)

9 9 < Solitonic solution generations viewed from rod diagram > A finite rod corresponding to ψ- rotational axis is lifted (transformed ) to horizon. ( rod structure of the seed ) Adding soliton Transformation of boundary structure of ( resultant rod diagram ) ( e.g. generation of di-ring I ) horizon Adding two solitons at these positions Transformation of rod diagram

10 10 ( i ) Removing solitons with trivial BZ-parameters ( ii ) Scaling the metric obtained in the process (i) ( iii ) Recovering the same solitons as above with trivial BZ-parameters ( iv ) Scaling back of process (ii) ( v ) Adjusting parameters to remedy ‘flaws’ and add just physical effects  The processes (i) and (iii) assure Weyl ansaz form.  Two parameters remain after adjusting. (the positions where solitons adding ) (BZ-parameters used )

11 11 ( rod structure of the seed ) a1a1 a2a2 a3a3 a4a4 a5a5 a6a6 a7a7 Based on the fact that the two-block 2-soliton ISM ( Tomizawa, Morisawa & Yasui, Tomizawa & Nozawa ) is equivalent to ours. The di-ring I is regenerated using the PISM. ( Tomizawa, Iguchi & Mishima ) horizon Digging ‘holes’ < Generation of di-ring I by using PISM (1) >

12 Removing two anti-solitons < Generation of di-ring I by using PISM (2) > ( intermediate state (static) ) ( i ) Removing : ( ii ) Scaling : + a1a1 a2a2 a3a3 a4a4 a5a5 a6a6 a7a7 horizon The seed of the original generation appears as an intermediate state.

13 13 a1a1 a2a2 a3a3 a4a4 a5a5 a6a6 a7a7 < Generation of the di-ring I by using PISM (3) > ( Resultant rod diagram ) ( iii ) Recovering : horizon ( iv ) Scaling back : ( iii ) A djusting : Elimination of flaws at a 1 and a 4 by arbitrariness of BZ -parameters Only the soliton’s positions remains in the metrics to be free parameters.

14 14 < difference of generations between di-ring I and di-ring II > ( Seed of diring II :E&K ) ( i ) Removing : ( ii ) Scaling : a1a1 a2a2 a3a3 a4a4 a5a5 a6a6 a7a7 ( iii ) Recovering (iv) Rescaling(v) Adjusting Differences: (i) positions of the holes (ii) axes mainly related to soliton No coincidence when the parameters a 1, a 2, a 3, a 4, a 5, a 6 and a 7 are the same! (soliton positions are connected in complicated way! )

15 III Relation between Di-ring I and Di-ring II Now we will try to fix the equivalence indirectly. Key mathematical facts The works by Hollands & Yazadjiev Here we use their discussions about the uniqueness of a higher dimensional BH to determine the equivalence of two given solutions which have different forms apparently. If all the corresponding rod lengths and the Komar angular momentums are the same, They are isometric. For the single rotating two-BH system, to determine the solution two Komar angular momentums corresponding to -rotation are essential so that ADM mass and ADM angular momentum corresponding to -rotation may be used in place of the Komar angular momentums up to discrete degeneracy. Existence of conical singularities seems to be harmless for this statement. For Multi-BH systems (statement) (remarks)

16 < Behavior of physical quantities of di-ring I and di-ring II > ( di-ring I ) a1a1 a2a2 a3a3 a4a4 a5a5 a6a6 a7a7 t s ( di-ring II ) a2a2 a3a3 a 4 ’ a5a5 a6a6 a7a7 a 1 ’ q p 1. Moduli-parameters ( a ) Rod lengths for final states ( b ) Soliton’s positions / hole’s lengths or p,q II s, t I Other physical quantities can be represented with the above parameters.

17 2. Physical quantities ( diring I ) The quantities of di-ring I have been already given by us and complemented by Yazadijev. BZ parameters :

18 ( di-ring II ) BZ parameters : difference from E&K’s expression for ADM mass

19 (I) (II) (ADM j vs. ADM m) Conical singularity is allowed. Coincidence except upper-right part ! It seems that the set of diring II includes diring I. t =16 (boundary) This region cannot be excluded even if the t goes to infinity.

20 < Coincidence of regular solutions between di-ring I and di-ring II > (di-ring I )(di-ring II ) (di-ring I )(di-ring II ) Branch 1 Branch 2

21 IV. Summary  More systematic analysis of the solution sets is needed.  Generation of di-ring I is regenerated by PISM.  It seems that the set of di-ring I solutions is included by the set of di-ring II when conical singularities are allowed.  The set of regular solution may be equivalent.  The set of regular solution set has two branches which correspond to conter-rotation case and anti-counter rotation.


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