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Analytical results for string propagation near a Kaluza-Klein black hole H. K. Jassal∗ and A. Mukherjee† Department of Physics and Astrophysics, University of Delhi, Delhi-110 007, India.
arXiv:hep-th/9912245v2 15 Feb 2000
Abstract This brief report presents analytical solutions to the equations of motion of a null string. The background spacetime is a magnetically charged Kaluza-Klein black hole. The string coordinates are expanded with the world-sheet velocity of light as an expansion parameter. It is shown that the zeroth order solutions can be expressed in terms of elementary functions in an appropriate large distance approximation. In addition, a class of exact solutions corresponding to the Pollard-Gross-Perry-Sorkin monopole case is also obtained. PACS: 04.50.+h, 11.25.Db, 04.70.Bw
String propagation in curved spacetime has been a subject of study in a large number of papers (For a review, see ). To study string interaction with the background spacetime, the string equations of motion are obtained from the world-sheet action and are solved by simplifying them with suitable ansatze. It has been suggested by de Vega and Nicolaidis  that the world-sheet velocity of light c, the velocity of wave propagation along the string, can be an expansion parameter for the string coordinates. The limit of small c corresponds to the strong gravity limit [2–4], the length of the string being much larger than the curvature radius. The formalism developed in the literature [1–4] is applicable to both cosmic strings and fundamental strings. However, in the latter case the theory is formulated in higher dimensions. Thus we expect a nontrivial contribution to the string dynamics from the extra compact dimensions. In other words, it is of interest to study in what way the propagation of a string probe is affected by these extra dimensions. An attempt in this direction was made in . The propagation of a null string in a Kaluza-Klein black hole background was studied. It was shown that, even at the classical level, the unfolding of an extra dimension can be seen by the string probe. The Kaluza-Klein radius, i.e., the radius around which the extra dimension winds, decreases for a magnetically charged black hole, as viewed by a null string approaching it. For an electrically charged background, the Kaluza-Klein radius behaves in the opposite sense. In this Brief Report we extend the work done already in ref.  and obtain analytical counterparts of the solutions presented there for the magnetically charged black hole case, for small values of the scalar charge. In addition, we show that the problem is solvable exactly for the case of the Pollard-Gross-Perry-Sorkin (PGPS) monopole, which has been shown recently to arise as a solution of a suitable dimensionally reduced string theory . This report is more or less technical in content. We believe our results may be of some significance since analytical solutions are presented for physically interesting higher dimensional backgrounds. We start with the string world-sheet action  given by S = −T0
dτ dσ −detgab
where gab = Gµν (X)∂a X µ ∂b X ν is the two-dimensional world-sheet metric; σ and τ are the world sheet coordinates and T0 is the string tension. The classical equations of motion in the conformal gauge  are given by i
∂τ2 X µ − c2 ∂σ2 X µ + Γµνρ ∂τ X ν ∂τ X ρ − c2 ∂σ X ν ∂σ X ρ = 0. and the constraints are given by
∂τ X µ ∂σ X ν Gµν = 0
[∂τ X µ ∂τ X ν + c2 ∂σ X µ ∂σ X ν ]Gµν = 0,
c being the velocity of wave propagation along the string. The string coordinates are expanded perturbatively with the world-sheet velocity of light as the expansion parameter, viz., 2
The zeroth order coordinates X0µ (σ, τ ) satisfy the following set of equations ¨ 0µ + Γµ X˙ ν X˙ 0ρ = 0, X νρ 0 µ ˙ν ˙ X0 X0 Gµν = 0, X˙ 0µ X0′ν Gµν = 0,
where dot and prime denote differentiation w.r.t. τ and σ respectively. These equations describe the motion of a null string . The second equation constrains the motion to be perpendicular to the string. We study string propagation in a background given by the metric  4k √ϕ
ds2 = −e
(dx5 + 2kAα dxα )2 + e
gαβ dxα dxβ ,
where k 2 = 4πG; x5 is the extra dimension and winds around a circle, ϕ and Aµ represent the scalar field and the gauge field respectively. Here gαβ is the four-dimensional metric. The mass M of the black hole, the electric charge Q, the magnetic charge P and the scalar charge Σ are constrained by P2 2 Q2 √ √ + , Σ= 3 Σ + 3M Σ − 3M
where the scalar charge is defined by 1 Σ kϕ −→ + O 2 as r r
r −→ ∞.
The black hole solutions, in the notation of ref. , are √
B Q , Aµ dxµ = (r − Σ)dt + P cos θdφ A B √ 2 f AB 2 gµν dxµ dxν = √ dr dt2 − f2 AB √ − AB dθ2 + sin2 θdφ2 , e4ϕ/
The zeroth order equations of motion for the string coordinates in a purely magnetically charged background (Q = 0) are 3
B′ f′ ∂2t + 2 − ∂τ 2 f 2B
∂t ∂r = 0, ∂τ ∂τ
∂2r f3 + − (B ′ f − 2f ′ B) ∂τ 2 2AB 2 A′ f − 2f ′ A + 2Af
f 2 A′ − 2A
f2 ∂x5 (A′ B − B ′ A) + = 0, 3 2A ∂τ ! ! ∂ 2 φ A′ ∂r ∂φ = 0, + ∂τ 2 A ∂τ ∂τ ! ! ! A′ B ′ ∂r ∂x5 ∂ 2 x5 = 0. + − + ∂τ 2 A B ∂τ ∂τ Here we restrict ourselves to the exterior region r > M and the equatorial plane, i.e. θ = π/2. These equations can be reduced to quadratures involving constants of integration which depend on σ: τ=
− fB c23 c3 Adr
B 2 c A 1
− fB c23 c1 Bdr
B 2 c A 1
B 2 c A 1
f2 2 c B 3
and can be solved to obtain t, r, φ and x5 as functions of τ . In (12) we have taken the case of a string falling in ‘head-on’. The integrals (12) have been evaluated numerically  and inverted to obtain the coordinates as functions of τ in the limit r >> Σ. However, the quadratures can be reduced to combinations of elliptical integrals, depending on the relative values of constants Σ1 and M (see ). Rather than tabulate these, we concentrate on the region r >> Σ, where the solutions reduce to elementary functions. We take for instance the case c1 = c3 = 1. Up to the first order in Σ1 /r, the solutions (modulo integration constants which depend on σ) are 3/2 MΣ1 τ =− q r+ M + 3Σ1 3 2(M + Σ1 ) 2 r 9Σ1 x5 = − q (r − Σ1 )1/2 +α− 2 2(M + 3Σ1 ) 3
√ 3M Σ1 . These solutions are valid in the region outside the where Σ1 = Σ/ 3 and α = 3Σ 1 +M horizon but not asymptotically far from the black hole. The negative sign comes because we consider an in-falling string. The solutions match with the numerical solutions reported in  for the corresponding values of c1 and c3 (see Figure 1). Equations (11) can be solved exactly, i.e., without resorting to the limit r >> Σ, for the special case P = 2M and Q = 0 (the Pollard-Gross-Perry-Sorkin monopole ). The constraint equation (8) implies that Σ1 = −M or Σ1 = 2M. In the former case, the metric reduces to the form reported in ref. . Here the time coordinate t is the same as the proper time τ of the string. The solutions are 1 τ =t= q (r − βM)1/2 (r + 3M)1/2 2 1 − c3
where β = 1−c23 . We choose c1 = 1; the condition of reality of the solutions then forces 3 c3 < 1 and consequently β > 1. Figure 2 shows a plot of r versus τ for c3 = 0.6. A comparison of figures 1 and 2 shows that the approach to the horizon is different in the two cases. In the PGPS case, the string decelerates as it approaches the horizon. This is not surprising as the ‘repulsive’ or ‘anti-gravity‘ effect of extremal black holes has been commented on in the literature (see for example,  and ). In addition to the above cases, there is another solution (which has not been mentioned hitherto in the literature) corresponding to Σ1 = 2M. The integrals can be solved in terms of elliptical functions, the solutions being s
10M 2 1 (r − 6M)(r + 2M) r − τ= 3 7M 7 3 3 32M − 4F g(r), E g(r), − √ 7 7 21 7 s s 1 10M 2 x5 = (r − 6M)(r + 2M) r − 3 7M 7
− t= − + +
3 32M 3 √ − 4F g(r), 22 E g(r), 7 7 21 7 s s 1 2 10M (r − 6M)(r + 2M) r − 3 7M 7 3 2M √ 52 F g(r), 7 21 7 3 M 3 √ 59 8M E g(r), − 6M F g(r), 7 7 21 7 2M 4 3 √ 63 Π , g(r), , 7 7 21 7
h q q
. In these expressions F, E and Π are elliptical functions of where g(r) = arcsin 12 76 r+2M M first, second and third kind respectively(see ). We have chosen c1 = c3 = 1 in this case. We have found out analytical solutions to the equations of motion to zeroth order in the expansion in powers of c. The solutions obtained in the case when r is large compared to the scalar charge match with those obtained numerically in , for corresponding values of the integration constants c1 and c3 . Although the results presented for the large r case are technically the same as the ones obtained in , the analytical solutions reveal two new cases where the problem is solved exactly. These include the well known PGPS extremal black hole. The equations of motion for the electrically charged black hole case do not reduce to quadratures (see ). However, the analytical results obtained in the magnetically charged case give hope that some qualitative predictions can be made in that case as well. The optimism comes from the fact that the electrically charged black hole solutions are related to the magnetically charged ones by the duality transformation P → Q, Q → P and Σ → −Σ [8,9]. These analytical zeroth order results also form the basis for higher order calculations, work on which is in progress. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
The work presented here is a continuation of a collaboration with the late Professor R. P. Saxena who passed away in June, 1999. The authors acknowledge useful discussions with Parthasarathi Majumdar. Thanks are also due to Shobhit Mahajan for help with symbolic manipulation software. H. K. J. thanks the University Grants Commission, India, for a fellowship.
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FIG. 1. Plot of r versus τ showing analytical and numerical results for r >> Σ1 and c1 = c3 = 1
FIG. 2. r versus τ when Σ1 = −M for c1 = 1 and c3 = 0.6