JMP  Vol.6 No.13 , October 2015
Collapsing Schwarzschild Interior Solution
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Abstract: We extend the static interior Schwarzschild solution to a collapsing model by applying geometrical methods. We examine the field quantities and field equations in the comoving and non-comoving observer systems. The collapsing stellar object contracts asymptotically to its minimum extent and needs an infinitely long time to arrive at the final state. The event horizon of the exterior Schwarzschild solution is not reached or even crossed. A geometric model of ECOs (eternally collapsing objects) is presented.
Cite this paper: Burghardt, R. (2015) Collapsing Schwarzschild Interior Solution. Journal of Modern Physics, 6, 1895-1907. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2015.613195.

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