Kerr solution

Kerr solution

[′kər sə‚lü·shən]
(relativity)
A solution to Einstein's field equations that describes a rotating, uncharged, axisymmetric black hole.
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Carter [13] generalized the Kerr solution by describing a rotating black hole in a four-dimensional de Sitter or anti-de Sitter background.
Valiente Kroon have developed a method based on properties of the Kerr solution, a time-independent solution to the equations of General Relativity.
The Kerr solution, in Boyer-Lindquist coordinates and relativistic units is,
By (47) the correct expression for the Kerr solution (31) is,