NS  Vol.2 No.5 , May 2010
Higher dimensional bianchi type-V universe in creation-field cosmology
ABSTRACT
We have studied the Hoyle-Narlikar C-field cosmology with Bianchi type-V non static space- time in higher dimensions. Using methods of Narlikar and Padmanabham [1], the solutions have been studied when the creation field C is a function of time t only as space time is non static. The geometrical and physical aspects for model are also studied.

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Adhav, K. , Katore, S. , Bansod, A. and Gadodia, P. (2010) Higher dimensional bianchi type-V universe in creation-field cosmology. Natural Science, 2, 484-488. doi: 10.4236/ns.2010.25060.
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