Research Paper | Astronomy Science | India | Volume 3 Issue 9, September 2014
Bulk Viscous Higher Dimensional FRW Cosmological Model with Variable Gravitational Constant and Cosmological Constant in General Relativity
Reena Behal | Harpreet Kaur  | D. P. Shukla
Abstract: In this paper we study higher dimensional homogeneous and isotropic FRW viscous cosmological model with variable G and. We obtain solutions of the field equations assuming that the cosmological term is proportional to H2 (where H is a Hubble constant) and bulk viscosity proportional to H. From equation (19), we conclude that as t then R. Implies due to bulk viscosity the model has no singularity and universe is accelerating if A=0. Recent observational data (Knop et al. ; Riess et al. [71, 72]; Spergel et al. ; Tegmark et al. ; Perlmutter et al.  strongly suggest this acceleration occurs. Finally, the solutions presented in the paper are new and useful for a better understanding of the evolution of the universe in F-R-W space-time with variable G and.
Keywords: F-R-W Cosmological model, Hubble Constants, Gravitational Constant and Cosmological Constants
Edition: Volume 3 Issue 9, September 2014,
Pages: 236 - 239
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