Gravitational waves from a spinning particle scattered by a relativistic star: axial mode case
Tominaga, Kazuhiro, Saijo, Motoyuki and Maeda, Keiichi (2001) Gravitational waves from a spinning particle scattered by a relativistic star: axial mode case. Physical Review D, 63, (12), 124012[15pp]. (doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.63.124012).
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We use a perturbation method to study gravitational waves from a spinning test particle scattered by a relativistic star. The present analysis is restricted to axial modes. By calculating the energy spectrum, the wave forms, and the total energy and angular momentum of gravitational waves, we analyze the dependence of the emitted gravitational waves on particle spin. For a normal neutron star, the energy spectrum has one broad peak whose characteristic frequency corresponds to the angular velocity at the turning point (a periastron). Since the turning point is determined by the orbital parameter, there exists a dependence of the gravitational wave on particle spin. We find that the total energy of l=2 gravitational waves gets larger as the spin increases in the antiparallel direction to the orbital angular momentum. For an ultracompact star, in addition to such an orbital contribution, we find the quasinormal modes excited by a scattered particle, whose excitation rate to gravitational waves depends on the particle spin. We also discuss the ratio of the total angular momentum to the total energy of gravitational waves and explain its spin dependence.
Item Type:  Article  

Digital Object Identifier (DOI):  doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.63.124012  
ISSNs:  15507998 (print) 

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Subjects:  Q Science > QA Mathematics Q Science > QC Physics 

Divisions :  University Structure  Pre August 2011 > School of Mathematics > Applied Mathematics 

ePrint ID:  29407  
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Date Deposited:  12 May 2006  
Last Modified:  31 Mar 2016 11:55  
URI:  http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/29407 
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