Stability of Effective Thin-shell Wormholes Under Lorentz Symmetry Breaking Supported by Dark Matter and Dark Energy

Research paper by Ali Övgün, Kimet Jusufi

Indexed on: 22 Jun '17Published on: 22 Jun '17Published in: arXiv - General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology


In this paper, we construct generic spherically symmetric thin-shell wormholes and check the stabilities using the unified dark sector including dark energy (DE) and dark matter (DM). This may serve as the master equation, from which one can recover as a special case, other stability solutions for the generic spherically symmetric thin-shell wormholes. In this context, we consider a particular solution, namely we construct an effective thin shell wormhole (ETSW) model under the Lorentz symmetry breaking. We explore the stability analyses by using different models such as, the Chaplygin gas model (CG), and modified Chaplygin gas models (MCG). Using the constraints from the cosmological observations such as seventh year full WMAP data points, type Ia supernovae, and baryon acoustic oscillation, the MCG model is the unified DM and DE models. In all these models we find stable solutions by choosing suitable values for the LSBE parameters.