Noncommutative-Geometry Wormholes with Isotropic Pressure

  • Peter K. F. Kuhfittig Department of Mathematics, Milwaukee School of Engineering, Milwaukee, WI 53202-3109, USA
Keywords: traversable wormholes, noncommutative geometry, isotropic pressure


The strategy adopted in the original Morris-Thorne wormhole was to retain complete control over the geometry at the expense of certain engineering considerations. The purpose of this paper is to obtain several complete wormhole solutions by assuming a noncommutative-geometry background with a concomitant isotropic pressure condition. This condition allows us to consider a cosmological setting with a perfect-fluid equation of state. An extended form of the equation generalizes the first solution and subsequently leads to the generalized Chaplygin gas model and hence to a third solution. The solutions obtained extend several previous results. This paper also reiterates the need for a noncommutative-geometry background to account for the enormous radial tension that is a characteristic of Morris-Thorne wormholes.


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