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Parametric instability induced scalar gravitational waves from a model pulsating neutron star

Wang, Charles H.-T. and Bonifacio, Paolo M. and Bingham, Robert and Mendonça, J. Tito (2011) Parametric instability induced scalar gravitational waves from a model pulsating neutron star. Modern Physics Letters B, 705 (1-2). pp. 148-151. ISSN 0217-9849

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Abstract

We identify a new dynamical mechanism for a strong scalar gravitational field effect. To illustrate this mechanism, we investigate the parametric excitation and emission of scalar gravitational waves by a radially pulsating model neutron star.