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Title: The influence of initial conditions during dissipative collapse
Authors: Naidu, N. F. 
Govender, Megandhren 
Keywords: Hydrostatic equilibrium;Shear-free condition;Dissipation
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
Source: Naidu, N.F. and Govender, M. 2016. The influence of initial conditions during dissipative collapse. International Journal of Modern Physics D. 25(10): DOI: 10.1142/S0218271816500929
Journal: International journal of modern physics D (Singapore.Online) 
Starting off with two distinct initially static stellar cores (i) Florides interior (constant density, vanishing radial pressure) and (ii) Wyman interior (constant density, nonvan-ishing radial pressure), we explore the dynamics of these two models once hydrostatic equilibrium is lost. We show that although the time of formation of horizon, evolution of the mass and proper radius are independent of the chosen initially static configurations, there is a significant difference in the temperature profiles of the radiating bodies as the collapse proceeds.
ISSN: 0218-2718 (print)
1793-6594 (online)
DOI: 10.1142/S0218271816500929
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