The Thermal Radiation from Static Spherically Symmetric Black Holes View Full Text


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DATE

2013-09

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Ji-Jian Jiang, Yu-Jing Han

ABSTRACT

By use of the radiant emittance near the event horizon of static spherically symmetric black hole, the radiation field around the black hole was studied and found the generalized Stefan Boltzmann coefficient σ of thermal radiation near the event horizon is much greater than the flat space-time blackbody radiation. For Schwarzschild black hole, σ will increased as the black hole mass increases. For Reissner-Nordström black hole, σ has some relation with the quality and the charges of the black hole. Thermal particle model was proposed creatively to study the radiation power and radiant energy flux of static spherically symmetric black hole, found when η take the inherent thickness, for all Schwarzschild black hole the radiation power are the same and the radiant energy flux is inversely proportional to the square of the distance from observer to the black hole, for Reissner-Nordström black hole the radiation power is associated with the quality and the charge of the black hole. When given the mass and charges of the black hole, the radiant energy flux is inversely proportional to the square of the distance from observer to the black hole. More... »

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3026-3031

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