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Journal of Siberian Federal University. Mathematics & Physics 2014, 7(4), 472–488
УДК 514.822
Solving Yang-Mills Equations for 4-metrics of Petrov
Types II, N, III
Leonid N. Krivonosov∗
Nizhny Novgorod State Technical University
Minina, 24, Nizhny Novgorod, 603950
Russia
Vyacheslav A. Lukyanov†
Nizhny Novgorod State Technical University, Zavolzhsky branch,
Pavlovskogo, 1a, Zavolzhye, Nizhegorodskaya region, 606520,
Russia
Received 10.06.2014, received in revised form 02.07.2014, accepted 30.08.2014
We have produced 4 series of 4-metrics satisfying Yang-Mills equations for each of types II, N, III.
Keywords: Einstein equations, Yang-Mills equations, manifold with conformal connection with torsion
and without torsion.
Introduction
j
According to A. Z. Petrov’s algebraic classification, Weyl tensor Cimn
of conformal curvature
of the square-law differential form of 4 variables is subdivided into three types I, II, III and three
j
subtypes D, O, N (see [1, 2]). In case of Einstein metrics its curvature tensor Rimn
is subdivided
into the same 6 kinds, while Weyl tensor and Riemann tensor are always of the same kind.
Therefore in all cases it is possible to be limited to metric classification by the type of its Weyl
tensor. It is clear, that this classification conformally invariant.
The subtype O means, that Weyl tensor vanishes, i.e. the metric is conformally flat. All
conformally flat metrics automatically satisfy Yang-Mills equations. The equations for conformally flat metrics are much easier than Yang-Mills equations. Therefore this kind of metrics
does not represent any interest from the point of view of searching solutions of Yang-Mills equations (though the most discussed in cosmology Robertson-Walker metric which is the solution of
Friedmann equations belongs to type O). Solutions of Yang-Mills equations for kinds I, D and
O already took place in our works. All central-symmetric metrics belong to kind D or O. The
full solution of Yang-Mills equations for central-symmetric metric has been found in [3]. In [4]
solutions of Yang-Mills equations for the metric
ψ = −dt2 + a2 (t) dx2 + b2 (t)dy 2 + c2 (t)dz 2
were searched. If a 6= b 6= c this metric is referred to the types I or O, if b = c — to the types D
or O. In particular, when a = tα1 , b = tα2 , c = tα3 the metric satisfies Yang-Mills equations, if
2
2
2
(α1 ) + (α2 ) + (α3 ) − 1 =
1
2
(α1 + α2 + α3 − 1) .
2
∗ [email protected][email protected]
c Siberian Federal University. All rights reserved
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When α1 6= α2 6= α3 we obtain a metric of type I, when α2 = α3 6= 0, we get metric of subtype
D, when α1 = 1, α2 = α3 = 0 — metric of subtype O.
Therefore the purpose of present paper is searching the solutions of Yang-Mills equations for
the remained three types II, N, III. In the modern literature such solutions have already been
met. In particular, the solutions of Yang-Mills equations are found in [5] for homogeneous (i.e.
allowing 3-parametrical invariancy group) Fefferman metric. The solution is
2 3
1 3
11
2
2
g = dx + dy +
y du − dx ydr + y du + dx .
3
9
9
Authors of that work do not notice that the metric is of the type N, since their paper has another
purpose.
In this article we adhere to same tactics: Yang-Mills equations are made and solved only
for the metrics allowing not less, than 2-parametrical invariancy group. Only in this case there
is a hope to receive "solvable" Yang-Mills equations. It has appeared, that for metrics of type
N the Yang-Mills equation most often are solvable, and with the big arbitrariness. For metrics
of type III classes of metrics with solvable Yang-Mills equations are also rather easily found.
The greatest difficulties for authors have caused searches of metrics of type II with solvable
Yang-Mills equations since more often for such metrics the Yang-Mills equation do not allow
to solve themselves though the solution may exist with arbitrariness in several functions. But
if in addition to impose a stationary curvatures equality condition (A. Z. Petrov’s terminology
[1, Section 17]) the metric of a type II turns into the metrics of type N, or of type III, and the
equations are often can be solved.
Further for brevity we will apply the term "Yang-Mills metric" to the metrics, satisfying
Yang-Mills equations.
1.
Solving Yang-Mills equations for metrics of type N
1. We will begin with a metric of the type II
ψ = 2dt (g (y) dx + h (t) dy + f (t, y, z) dt) + dy 2 + dz 2 ,
(1)
to illustrate, how the structure of Yang-Mills equations improves when type II turns into type N.
Put
1
ω1 =
− f dt − gdx − hdy,
ω 3 = dy,
2
1
+ f dt + gdx + hdy,
ω 4 = dz.
ω2 =
2
In this case ψ = ηij ω i ω j , where ηij — Minkowski
components of conformal connection matrix

0 ω1 ω2
 ω1 0
ω12

 2
0
 ω ω12
Ω= 3
3
 ω ω1 ω23
 4
 ω ω14 ω24
0 ω 1 −ω 2
tensor with signature (− + ++) . We compute
ω3
ω13
−ω23
0
ω34
−ω 3
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ω4
ω14
−ω24
−ω34
0
−ω 4
0
ω1
−ω2
−ω3
−ω4
0









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∂f
= ft ,
according to the standard scheme [3, p. 351–352]. We will denote partial derivatives
∂t
∂f
= fy etc. At first we find external differentials
∂y
1
1
2
1
2
4
+ f − ht ω 1 ∧ ω 3 +
dω = −dω = fz ω + ω ∧ ω + fy − u
2
(3)
1
def gy
+ fy + u
dω 3 = dω 4 = 0,
u =
− f − ht ω 2 ∧ ω 3 ,
.
2
g
Then we calculate Pfaffian forms of Christoffel for the metrics (1)
1
1 3
ω12 =
uω ,
ω13 = (−fy + uf + ht ) ω 1 + ω 2 + uω 1 ,
ω34 = 0,
2
2
1
ω23 = (−fy + uf + ht ) ω 1 + ω 2 − uω 2 ,
ω14 = ω24 = −fz ω 1 + ω 2 .
2
Further we find external forms of Riemann curvature
1
R34 = 0,
R12 = − u2 ω 1 ∧ ω 2 ,
4
1
1
1
uy + u2 ω 1 ∧ ω 3 ,
R13 =
fyz − ufz ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 4 + (fy − uf )y ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 3 −
2
2
4
1
1
1
R23 =
fyz − ufz ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 4 + (fy − uf )y ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 3 +
uy + u2 ω 2 ∧ ω 3 ,
2
2
4
1
R14 = R24 = fzz ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 4 + fyz − ufz ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 3 .
2
k
We compute components of Ricci tensor Rij = Rijk
and its trace R = η ij Rij
1
R12 = ∆f − (uf )y ,
R11 = R12 −
uy + u2 ,
R44 = 0,
2
(4)
3
1
1
R = 2uy + u2 .
uy + u2 ,
R33 = uy + u2 ,
R22 = R12 +
2
2
2
1
1
Here ∆ is Laplacian on variables y and z. Hence, using formula bij = Rij − Rηij , we find
2
12
(nonzero) components of Pfaffian forms ωi = bij ω j
1
b11 = b12 − K,
∆f − (uf )y ,
b12 =
2
1
1
b22 = b12 + K,
b33 = uy + u2 ,
3
8
1 2
1
1
1
K=
uy + u2 .
b44 = − uy − u ,
6
8
12
8
As a result
ω1 = b12 ω 1 + ω 2 − Kω 1 , ω2 = b12 ω 1 + ω 2 + Kω 2 , ω3 = b33 ω 3 , ω4 = b44 ω 4 ,
and the matrix of conformal connection is
a matrix of conformal curvature

0 Φ1
 0 0


 0 Φ21
Φ=
 0 Φ31

 0 Φ41
0 0
completely defined. Now we compute components of
Φ2
Φ21
0
Φ32
Φ42
0
Φ3
Φ31
−Φ32
0
Φ43
0
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Φ4
Φ41
−Φ42
−Φ43
0
0
0
Φ1
−Φ2
−Φ3
−Φ4
0









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in correspondence with formulas Φji = Rij + ω j ∧ ωi + η jk ωk ∧ ηis ω s and Φi = dωi + ωk ∧ ωik
Φ21
Φ31
Φ41
Φ32
Φ42
= R12 + ω 2 ∧ ω1 − ω2 ∧ ω 1 = 2Sω 1 ∧ ω 2 ,
Φ43 = −2Sω 3 ∧ ω 4 ,
= T ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 3 − Sω 1 ∧ ω 3 + P ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 4 ,
= P ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 3 − T ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 4 − Sω 1 ∧ ω 4 ,
= T ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 3 + Sω 2 ∧ ω 3 + P ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 4 ,
= P ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 3 − T ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 4 + Sω 2 ∧ ω 4 ,
1
1
1
def 1
def
uy , T = (fyy − fzz ) − (uf )y , P = fyz − ufz . It means, that
12
2
2
2
j
components of Weyl tensor Cimn
= Φjimn are equal to Φ2112 = 2S, Φ3113 = T − S, Φ3123 = T etc.
Φ1 = X ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 3 + Zω 1 ∧ ω 3 + Y ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 4 ,
Φ3 = 0,
1
2
3
2
3
1
2
4
Φ2 = X ω + ω ∧ ω − Zω ∧ ω + Y ω + ω ∧ ω , Φ4 = (b44 )y ω 3 ∧ ω 4 ,
def
where we denote S =
1
1
def
def
where for brevity we denote X = − (b12 )y + b12 u + uy (fy − uf ) , Y = − (b12 )z −
2
4
1
1
def 1
fz uy + u2 , Z =
uyy + uy u. Petrov matrix Q (λ) [1, formula (18.14)], made with the
4
12
8
help of the components of Weyl tensor, looks like


−2S + λ
0
0
.
Q (λ) = 
0
−T + S + iP + λ
−P − iT
0
−P − iT
T + S − iP + λ
It is a matrix of type II with 1-fold eigenvalue λ1 = 2S and double eigenvalue λ2 = −S. But if
S = 0 it is of type N.
To compose Yang-Mills equations we will write components of a dual matrix ∗Φ (∗ is Hodge
star operator) [3, p. 352, item 6]
∗Φ21
∗Φ31
∗Φ41
∗Φ32
∗Φ42
∗Φ1
∗Φ2
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
2Sω 3 ∧ ω 4 , ∗ Φ43 = 2Sω 1 ∧ ω 2 , ∗ Φ4 = − (b44 )y ω 1 ∧ ω 2 ,
P ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 3 − T ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 4 + Sω 2 ∧ ω 4 ,
−T ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 3 − Sω 2 ∧ ω 3 − P ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 4 ,
−T ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 4 − Sω 1 ∧ ω 4 + P ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 3 ,
−P ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 4 − T ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 3 + Sω 1 ∧ ω 3 ,
−X ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 4 − Zω 2 ∧ ω 4 + Y ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 3 ,
−X ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 4 + Zω 1 ∧ ω 4 + Y ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 3 , ∗ Φ3 = 0.
Yang-Mills equations d ∗ Φ + Ω ∧ ∗Φ − ∗Φ ∧ Ω = 0 for external forms ∗Φ3 and ∗Φ4 are
d ∗ Φ3 + ωk ∧ ∗Φk3 − ∗Φk ∧ ω3k = 0,
d ∗ Φ4 + ωk ∧ ∗Φk4 − ∗Φk ∧ ω4k = 0.
(6)
In components they give two equations
2S (b44 − K) + Zu = 0,
2S (K − b33 ) − (b44 )y u − (b44 )yy = 0.
These equations are expressed only through the function u =
1
2
(uy ) + u2 uy
2
5
5
3
2
uyyy + uyy u + (uy ) + u2 uy
2
4
2
uyy u −
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:
g
=
0,
=
0.
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3
1
If to denote L and Q the left parts of these equations, the formula Q = Lu + L shows that
u
2
the second of these equations is a differential consequence of the first.
Yang-Mills equation for the external form ∗Φ1 produces
1
Xy + Z (fy − uf − ht ) + Yz + 2b12 S + (b33 − b44 ) T − uX = 0,
2
1
Xy + Zy + Z fy +
− f u − ht + Yz + 2b12 S+
2
1
+2SK − (b33 + b44 ) S + (b33 − b44 ) T − uX = 0.
2
Their difference on account of (7) vanishes, therefore it is possible to leave only the first equation.
In detail it looks like
11
u2
∆∆f
uy
∆f + 2uy fyy +
+ u∆fy +
−
(uyy − uy u) fy +
−2
3
2
6
!
(8)
2
u
5 (uy )
5uyy u
uy u uyyy
yy
f − ht
= 0.
−
−
+
+
2
6
6
12
8
The Yang-Mills equation for the external form ∗Φ2 does not result new equations. Thus, the
whole system of Yang-Mills equations is reduced to (7) and (8). The equation (8) serves to find
function f . Though it is linear it’s difficult to specify its solution without additional restrictions.
However if the type of the metric (1) turns from II into N, i.e. at S = 0, that is equivalent to
uy = 0, u = α, g = βeαy , where α, β = const, then equation (7) is satisfied identically, and
equation (8) becomes good enough
∆∆f − 2α∆fy + α2 ∆f = 0.
(9)
In particular, at α = 0 it turn into the well known equation ∆∆f = 0. It is easy to specify its
solutions in the polynomial form.
∂4f
∂2f
Another special case, if f does not depend on y. Then equation (9) leads to
+α2 2 = 0.
4
∂z
∂z
Its general solution is f = λ cos αz + µ sin αz + δz + ε, where λ, µ, δ, ε are arbitrary functions of
t.
∂4f
∂3f
∂2f
In the case, when f does not depend on z, equation (9) is reduced to
−2α 3 +α2 2 =
4
∂y
∂y
∂y
0, i.e. f = (λy + µ) eαy + δy + ε, where λ, µ, δ, ε are arbitrary functions of t.
Solutions of equations (7) and (8), not leading to type N, will be examined in the following
section.
Notice, that metric (1) will be Einstein metric, i.e. Rij = κηij , iff g = const 6= 0, ∆f = 0. It
follows from (4).
Further we will omit detailed computations and will write only matrixes of conformal connection Ω and curvature Φ and final equations.
2. Let’s investigate metric
2
ψ = 2dt (dx + B (t, y) dt) + (A (t, y) dy) + dz 2 .
(10)
We denote with dot differentiation with respect to t, and the stroke ′ denotes a derivative with
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respect to y. The matrix of conformal connection (2) is
1
1
1
2
ω =
− B dt − dx,
ω =
+ B dt + dx,
2
2
ω12
= ω14 = ω24 = ω34 = 0,
ω1
= ω2 =
def
where K =
1
A
B′
A
Φ21
=
Φ41
=
ω13 = ω23 = −
1
K ω1 + ω2 ,
2
′
ω 3 = Ady,
ω 4 = dz,
.
A
B′ 1
ω + ω2 + ω3 ,
A
A
ω3 = ω4 = 0,
..
+
A
. The matrix of conformal curvature (5) has components
A
Φ43 = 0,
Φ31 = Φ32 =
1
K ω1 + ω2 ∧ ω3 ,
2
1
Φ42 = − K ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 4 ,
2
Petrov matrix looks like

λ


Q (λ) =  0

0
Φ1 = Φ2 = −
0
1
− K +λ
2
i
− K
2
0
i
− K
2
1
K +λ
2
Φ3 = Φ4 = 0,
K′ 1
ω + ω2 ∧ ω3 .
2A



.

It is a matrix of type N.
Yang-Mills equation (6) for forms ∗Φ3 and ∗Φ4 are satisfied
identically, and equations for
′
K′
= 0, or in the unwrapped shape
forms ∗Φ1 and ∗Φ2 result in the same equation
A
"
1
A
1
A
B′
A
′
..
A
+
A
! ′ #′
= 0. We have derived one equation on two functions A and B of two
variables. An arbitrariness of solutions is great: one of functions A or B can be unrestricted.
It is easy to specify many particular solutions in an explicit form. For example, if A does not
depend on y, then B = αy 3 + βy 2 + γy + δ, where α, β, γ, δ are arbitrary functions of t.
3. For metric
2
2
ψ = 2dt (dx − εzdy) + (a (t) dy + b (t) dz) + (c (t) dz) ,
where ε = const, the matrix of conformal connection (2) has components
1
1
dt − dx + εzdy, ω 2 = dt + dx − εzdy, ω 3 = ady + bdz, ω 4 = cdz,
2
2
.
1
a
ε 4 4
1
ε 1
ω12 = 0, ω13 = ω23 = ω 3 +
ω + ω2 ,
P−
ω , ω3 =
P+
a
2
ac
2
ac
.
ε 3 c 4
1
4
4
1
2
P+
ω + ω , ω1 = ω2 = K ω + ω , ω3 = ω4 = 0,
ω1 = ω2 =
2
ac
c
.
.. ..
.
ab
a c 1 2 1 ε
def b
def 1
where P = − , K =
.
+ + P −
c ac
2 a c 2
2 a2 c2
Components of conformal curvature matrix (5) are
ω1
=
Φ21
=
Φ31
=
Φ41
=
Φ43 = Φ1 = Φ2 = Φ3 = Φ4 = 0,
Φ32 = S ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 3 + T ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 4 ,
Φ42 = T ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 3 − S ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 4 ,
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.. ..
.
.
..
1 a c
ε
εa
εc
a
def 1 .
, T = P + P + 2 − 2.
− − P2 − P
2 a c
ac
2
a
2a c ac
Yang-Mills equations for the metric (11) are satisfied identically. The metric has a type N.
It is Einsteinian, if K = 0.
Many known metrics for which Einstein equations were solved, are of type N and are reduced
to metrics (1), (10) or (11). We will bring several examples.
4. Peres metric
def
where S =
ψ = −dt2 + dx2 + dy 2 + dz 2 + f (t − x, y, z) (dt − dx)
after the substitution of variables t − x = −u, t + x = 2v, F (u, y, z) =
2
1
f (t − x, y, z) turns into
2
ψ = 2du (dv + F (u, y, z) du) + dy 2 + dz 2 ,
which is a special case of metric (1) with g (y) = 1 and h (u) = 0. Therefore for Peres metric
Yang-Mills equation consist of one equation (9) ∆∆F = 0, where ∆ is Laplacian with respect to
variables y and z.
5. Takeno metric
ψ = − (P + S) dt2 + 2Sdtdx + (P − S) dx2 + Ady 2 + 2Bdydz + Cdz 2 ,
where A, B, C, P, S are functions of t − x, after the substitution of variables u = t − x, v = t + x
turns into
ψ = −P (u) dudv − S (u) du2 + A (u) dy 2 + 2B (u) dydz + C (u) dz 2 .
Z
S (u)
1
v+
du , then we introduce a
Now, instead of v, we introduce a new variable w = −
2
P (u)
Z
new parameter τ = P (u) du. As a result,
ψ = 2dτ dw + A (u (τ )) dy 2 + 2B (u (τ )) dydz + C (u (τ )) dz 2 ,
i.e. special case of the metric (11). Yang-Mills equations and Petrov type of the metric are
invariant with respect to performed operations, that’s why the Takeno metric is of type N and
identically satisfies Yang-Mills equations.
6. Rosen metric
ψ = − exp (2µ) dt2 − dx2 + u2 exp (2ν) dy 2 + exp (−2ν) dz 2 ,
where µ and ν are functions of u = t − x, is a special case of the metric
ψ1 = D (u) dt2 − dx2 + A (u) dy 2 + 2B (u) dydz + C (u) dz 2 ,
and the latter is conformally equivalent to the metric (11) at ε = 0. Therefore, Yang-Mills
equations for the Rosen metric are satisfied identically.
7. Bondi-Piranha-Robinson metric
ψ = dt2 − dx2 + αdy 2 + 2βdydz + γdz 2 ,
where α, β and γ are functions of t + x, is obviously isomorphic to the metric (11) at ε = 0.
Therefore, Yang-Mills equations for this metric are satisfied identically.
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Solving Yang-Mills equations for metrics of type II
1. Let’s construct and solve Yang-Mills equations for the metric
ψ = 2dt (dx + A (t, z) dt) + eαt C (z) dy
2
+ dz 2 ,
α = const.
(12)
As we shall see, this metric can be of all types, except type I, and for types II, III, N YangMills equations admit explicit nontrivial solutions. Derivative with respect to z is denoted by a
stroke ′ .
Then we compute the components of the conformal connection matrix (2)
1
1
1
2
ω =
− A dt − dx, ω =
+ A dt + dx, ω 3 = Ceαt dy, ω 4 = dz,
2
2
C′
ω12 = 0, ω34 = − ω 3 , ω13 = ω23 = αω 3 , ω14 = ω24 = −A′ ω 1 + ω 2 .
C
The components of the Ricci tensor and its trace are
R14
C′ ′
A + α2 ,
R11 = R22 = R12 = A′′ +
C
C′
C ′′
C ′′
= R24 = α ,
R33 = R44 =
,
R=2
C
C
C
(13)
The remaining 4 Pfaffian forms of the conformal connection matrix Ω are
ω1
ω2
ω4
C ′′ 1 1 C ′ 4
C ′′ 3
ω + α ω , ω3 =
ω ,
= b12 ω 1 + ω 2 +
6C
2 C
3C
C ′′ 2 1 C ′ 4
= b12 ω 1 + ω 2 −
ω + α ω ,
6C
2 C
′
′
′′
C 4
1
C
′′
′C
2
1
2
A +A
= α
ω , b12 =
+α .
ω +ω +
2C
3C
2
C
Now we
thecomponents of the conformal curvature matrix (5), where for brevity
write down
′
def
′′
′C
P = A −A
− α2
C
Φ21
Φ31
Φ32
Φ41
Φ42
Φ43
Φ1
C′
C ′′ 1
ω ∧ ω2 + α
ω1 + ω2 ∧ ω4 ,
= −
2C
3C′′
C
C′ 3
1
=
− P ω ∧ ω3 − P ω2 ∧ ω3 − α
ω ∧ ω4 ,
6C
2C
′′
C′ 3
C
+ P ω2 ∧ ω3 − α
ω ∧ ω4 ,
= −P ω 1 ∧ ω 3 −
6C
2C
′′
C
C′ 1
= P ω2 ∧ ω4 +
+ P ω1 ∧ ω4 + α
ω ∧ ω2 ,
6C
2C
C′ 1
C ′′
ω2 ∧ ω4 + P ω1 ∧ ω4 + α
ω ∧ ω2 ,
=
P−
6C
2C
C ′′ 3
C′
=
ω ∧ ω4 − α
ω1 + ω2 ∧ ω3 ,
3C
2C
′′ ′
A′ C ′′
C
1
4
′
ω ∧ ω + −b12 +
ω1 + ω2 ∧ ω4 ,
= −
6C
2C
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Φ4
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′
A′ C ′′
C ′′
2
4
′
ω1 + ω2 ∧ ω4 ,
ω ∧ ω + −b12 +
=
6C
2C
′′ ′
′
C
α C′
3
4
= −
ω ∧ω +
ω1 + ω2 ∧ ω3 ,
3C
2 C
′ ′
α C
= −
ω1 + ω2 ∧ ω4 .
2 C
Petrov matrix Q(λ) is







C ′′
+λ
3C
iαC ′
2C
αC ′
−
2C
iαC ′
2C
−
C ′′
−
+P +λ
6C
iP
αC ′
2C

iP
′′
−
C
−P +λ
6C



.


2
2
P C ′′ 1 αC ′
P C ′′ 1 αC ′
6= 0; type D if C ′′ 6= 0,
= 0;
+
+
C
2
C
C
2
C
type III if C ′′ = 0, αC ′ 6= 0; type N if C ′′ = 0, αC ′ = 0, P 6= 0; type O when C ′′ = 0, αC ′ = 0,
P = 0.
Yang-Mills equation for the external form ∗Φ3 gives
It has type II when C ′′ 6= 0,
C ′′
C
′′
−
1
2
C ′′
C
2
(14)
= 0.
Yang-Mills equation for the external form ∗Φ4 results
2
C′
1 C ′′
=
−
C
2 C
!
′′ ′
C
2 C ′′ C ′
α
=
−
C
3
C2
C ′′
C
′
0,
(15)
0.
(16)
The remaining two equations for forms ∗Φ1 and ∗Φ2 with the help of the equalities (14)–(16)
lead to
!
2
2C ′′
1 (4) C ′ ′′′
1 C′
A′′ +
−
− A −
A +
2
C
2 C
3C
!
(17)
3 !
′ 2
2C ′′
C
1 C′
C ′′ C ′
C ′′′
′
2
= 0.
A +α
−
−
+
+ −
6C
C2
2 C
C
3C
Thus, the system of Yang-Mills equations is reduced to (14)–(17). To solve it, we first note
that the equation (14) is a differential consequence of (15). Equation (15) allows reduction of
order. It is equivalent to
2
C ′ = βC 2 + γ 3 ,
(18)
where β and γ are constants.
Put α 6= 0. Then, eliminating the third derivative from (15) and (16), we obtain
2 !
C ′′ C ′′
4 C′
= 0.
−
C
C
3 C
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In equation (19) we initially set to zero the second factor. The resulting equation can be easily
integrated
1
C=
λ, µ = const.
(20)
3,
(λz + µ)
This corresponds to (18) at γ = 0. Substituting (20) to (17), we obtain the differential equation
of Euler type
25λ3
α 2 λ2
1
3λ
7λ2
′′
′
− A(4) +
A′′′ −
A
−
A
+
2
3
2 = 0.
2
λz + µ
2 (λz + µ)
2 (λz + µ)
(λz + µ)
Its general solution
µ µ 6 α 2 µ µ 2
A = ε1 + ε2 ln z + + ε3 + ε4 ln z + z +
+
,
z+
λ
λ
λ
32
λ
(21)
µ
where ε1 , ε2 , ε3 , ε4 are arbitrary functions of t. By making the change of variable z + → z, we
λ
obtain the final solution
A = ε1 + ε2 ln |z| + (ε3 + ε4 ln |z|) z 6 +
α2 2
z ,
32
C=
1
3,
(λz)
(22)
′ 2
C ′′ 1
C
6= 0,
depending on four arbitrary functions of the variable t. Since C =
6 0 and P
+ α
C
2
C
this solution gives the metric of type II.
Although the solution (22) is obtained for α 6= 0, it is also a solution in the case α = 0, but
it is not a general solution, because equation (18) besides the solution (20) at γ = 0, has other
non-elementary solutions at γ 6= 0. But in the latter case we cannot find explicit solutions of the
equation (17). Solution (22) in the case of α = 0 gives the metric of type II.
Now we consider the second possibility of the equality (19), C ′′ = 0, which is equivalent to
C = λz + µ, where λ, µ = const. Substituting this in (17), we again obtain the equation of Euler
type
1
λ
λ2
λ3
α 2 λ2
− A(4) −
A′′ −
A′ +
A′′′ +
2
3
2 = 0.
2
λz + µ
2 (λz + µ)
2 (λz + µ)
(λz + µ)
′′
In its general solution, we replace z + µλ with z and get
α2 2
A = ε1 + ε2 ln |z| + ε3 + ε4 ln |z| +
ln |z| z 2 ,
4
C = λz.
(23)
At α 6= 0 this solution gives the metric of type III, and at α = 0 the metric of type N, different
from the metric of type N in section 1.
If C = const equation (17) has a general solution A = ε1 (t) + ε2 (t) z + ε3 (t) z 2 + ε4 (t) z 3 .
This solution gives the metric of type N, but it is conformally equivalent to the special case of
the metric (10).
From (13), it follows that (12) is Einstein metric in cases
1) α
6=
2) α
=
1
0, C = const, A = − α2 z 2 + ε1 (t) z + ε2 (t) ;
2
µ 0, C = λz + µ, A = ε1 (t) ln z + + ε2 (t) .
λ
In both cases, the metric has a type N.
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2. Let’s return to the metric (1) and Yang-Mills equations (7) and (8). We will show that
under the additional condition: f (t, y, z) doesn’t depend on z, equation (8) already has explicit
solutions. In this case it turns into
1
11
u2
7uy
− fyyyy + ufyyy +
fyy +
−
(uyy − uy u) fy +
2
3
2!
6
(24)
2
u
uyyy
5 (uy )
5uyy u
uy u yy
+
f − ht
= 0.
−
−
+
2
6
6
12
8
√
Equation (7) allows reduction of order uy = − 23 u2 + λ u, where λ = const. If λ = 0 we obtain
the solution in terms of elementary functions
u=
3
,
2y + µ
µ = const.
(25)
From (3) we obtain
3
g = γ (2y + µ) 2 ,
γ, µ = const.
(26)
Substituting (25) to (24), we obtain the equation of Euler type
fyyyy −
37
154
324
ht
6
fyyy +
2 fyy −
3 fy +
4f =
3.
2y + µ
(2y + µ)
(2y + µ)
(2y + µ)
2 (2y + µ)
Its general solution
f=
3
2y + µ
3
ht + (ε1 + ε2 ln |2y + µ|) (2y + µ) + (ε3 + ε4 ln |2y + µ|) (2y + µ) 2 ,
32
(27)
εi are arbitrary functions of t. Formulas (26) and (27) give an explicit solution (but not general)
of Yang-Mills equations for the metric (1), h (t) is an arbitrary function. This solution gives the
metric of type II.
3. For the following metric
2
ψ = 2dt (dx + A (x, z) dt) + C(z)e−αt dy + dz 2 ,
α = const
(28)
Yang-Mills equations are very complicated, but all the same they are solved.
Components of the conformal connection matrix Ω are
1
1
2
1
− A dt − dx, ω =
+ A dt + dx, ω 3 = Ce−αt dy, ω 4 = dz,
ω =
2
2
Cz
ω12 = −Ax ω 1 + ω 2 , ω34 = − ω 3 , ω13 = ω23 = −αω 3 , ω14 = ω24 = −Az ω 1 + ω 2 .
C
The components of the Ricci tensor and its trace are
Cz
Az , R11 = R12 + Axx , R22 = R12 − Axx ,
C
Cz
Czz
= R24 = −Axz − α , R = −2Axx + 2
.
C
C
R12
= Azz + α2 − αAx +
R33
= R44 =
Czz
, R14
C
The coefficients of Pfaffian forms ωi :
Cz
Cz
1
1
2
Azz + α − αAx +
Axz + α
.
Az , b14 = b24 = −
b12 =
2
C
2
C
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Czz
1
Czz
Czz
1
Axx +
+ b12 , b22 = − Axx −
+ b12 , b33 = b44 =
+ Axx ,
3
6C
3
6C
3C
6
forms ωi :
1
Cz
1
αCz
Czz
1
ω1 +
Azz + α2 − αAx + Az
Axz +
ω4 ,
ω1 + ω2 −
Axx +
3
6C
2
C
2
C
1
Cz
1
αCz
1
Czz
ω2 +
Azz + α2 − αAx + Az
Axz +
ω4 ,
−
ω1 + ω2 −
Axx +
3
6C
2
C
2
C
1
αCz
Czz
1
1
Czz
Axz +
ω1 + ω2 +
+ Axx ω 3 , ω4 = −
+ Axx ω 4 .
3C
6
2
C
3C
6
=
b11
Pfaffian
ω1
=
ω2
=
ω3
=
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Then we compute the components of the conformal curvature matrix Φ. For brevity we
Czz
Cz
Cz
def
def
def
denote S = Axx −
, T = Axz − α , L = Azz − α2 + αAx − Az .
C
C
C
1
1
Φ21 =
Sω 1 ∧ ω 2 + T ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 4 ,
3
2
1
1
1
1
2
3
Φ1 = − L ω + ω ∧ ω 3 − Sω 1 ∧ ω 3 − T ω 3 ∧ ω 4 ,
2
6
2
1
1 1
1
4
1
2
4
1
Φ1 =
T ω ∧ ω − Sω ∧ ω + L ω + ω 2 ∧ ω 4 ,
2
6
2
1 2
1
1
1
2
4
4
L ω + ω ∧ ω + Sω ∧ ω 4 + T ω 1 ∧ ω 2 ,
Φ2 =
2
6
2
1
1 3
4
1
2
3
4
Φ3 = − Sω ∧ ω − T ω + ω ∧ ω ,
3
2
1
1
1
3
3
4
Φ2 = − T ω ∧ ω + Sω 2 ∧ ω 3 − L ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 3 ,
2
6
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
− (b12 )x ω ∧ ω + P − Axxz ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 4 + Sz ω 1 ∧ ω 4 ,
Axxx A −
Φ1 =
3
2
4
6
1
1
1
1
1
2
− (b12 )x ω ∧ ω + P + Axxz ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 4 − Sz ω 1 ∧ ω 3 ,
Φ2 =
Axxx A +
3
2
4
6
1
Φ3 = K ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 3 − Axxx ω 1 ∧ ω 3 − (b33 )z ω 3 ∧ ω 4 ,
6
1
1
1
2
Axxz ω ∧ ω + M ω 1 + ω 2 ∧ ω 4 − Axxx ω 1 ∧ ω 4 .
Φ4 =
2
6
In the last four formulas we denoted
1
Czz
def 1
− (b12 )z + Axxz A + Ax b14 ,
P = Az Axx +
2
C
2
2
1
C
1
C
α
Czz
1
def
z
z
+ Axxx ,
+
−
−
A
K = − Axxx A + Axz
xx
2
6
2
C
2 C
C
12
2
1
αC
αC
1
1
def
zz
M =
Axzz +
− 2z − Axxx A + Axxx .
2
C
C
3
12
Petrov matrix Q(λ) is
1
 −3S + λ

i


T

2

1
− T
2

i
T
2
1
1
S+ L+λ
6
2
i
L
2
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1
− T
2
i
L
2
1
1
S− L+λ
6
2




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It has type II when S 6= 0, type III when S = 0, T 6= 0, subtype N when S = T = 0, L 6= 0,
subtype O when S = T = L = 0.
Proceeding from the specifics of the conformal curvature matrix, it’s best to start compiling
Yang-Mills equations for the difference between ∗Φ1 and ∗Φ2 , i.e. with the equation
d (∗Φ1 − ∗Φ2 ) + ωk ∧ ∗Φk1 − ∗Φk2 − ∗Φk ∧ ω1k − ω2k = 0.
We obtain three equations
Axxxx = 0,
(29)
Axxxz = 0,
2
Axxx
Axxzz
Axxz Cz
(Axx )
Czzzz
Czzz Cz 1 Czz
(Ax +α)−
−
−
−
+
+
3
3
3C
6
6C
6C 2
3 C
2
−
Czz Cz2
= 0. (30)
6C 3
Equalities (29) mean that
(31)
Axxx = β = const.
Taking into account these equations, Yang-Mills equations for the external form ∗Φ1 provide two
new conditions
1
Cz
Cz
5
− Azzzz + Axxzz A − αβA + Axxz A
+ Az − Axzz Ax + αAxzz − Azzz +
2 C
3
C
2
C
2Cz
α
5 2
C
C
z
z
zz
+Axx
Azz + Az
+ Ax − α − A2xz − Axz Ax
+ αAxz
− αAx
+
(32)
3
3C 3 6
C
C
3C
2
2
3
Czz Cz
Cz
Cz
2Czz
Czzz
C
2Czz
+ Az
= 0,
+Azz
−
−
− z3 + α2
−
2C 2
3C
C2
6C
2C
C2
3C
1
Czz
2
1
α
Axx Axz + Axz
− βAz + Axzzz − Axxz −
3 2
6C
3
2
2
(33)
Cz
Cz
Czzz
5Czz Cz
Cz
+ αAxx
+α
−α
=
0.
−Axz 2 + Axzz
2C
2C
3C
2C
6C 2
Taking into account (31), Yang-Mills equations for the external form ∗Φ3 yield one new
equality
2
1
1 Czz
1
β
Cz
αβ
1 Czz
−
+ A2xx = 0,
Axxzz − Ax + Axxz
−
+
(34)
6
3
2C
2
3
C zz 6
C
6
and for the external form ∗Φ4 one new equation
1
Cz
1
β
C2
Cz
− Axxzz − Axxz
− A2xx + Ax + zz2 −
2
6C
6
3
6C
3C
Czz
C
+
z
αβ
= 0.
6
(35)
Equation (31) is equivalent to
A=
1 3
βx + f (z) x2 + g (z) x + h (z) .
6
(36)
Six equations (30), (32), (33), (34), (35) and (36) connect with differential relations five
functions A, f, g, h and C. But equations (33), (34) and (35) are linearly dependent: 2L1 + L2 =
L3 , where L1 , L2 , L3 are left sides of the equations (33), (34) and (35). Therefore, equation (35)
may be discarded. The rest of the equations impose to functions f, g, h and C seven differential
relations, only four of which are independent (we denote with stroke ′ the derivative with respect
to z):
′′
′
C ′ ′ αβ
1 C ′′ C ′
1 C ′′
′′
f −
+
f +
−
= 0,
(37)
C
2
2 C
2 C
C
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2
′
1 C ′′ C ′
+
= 0,
(38)
3 C
C
!
2
′′
αC ′′′
2βh′
C ′ ′′ 2f g ′ 2αf C ′
1 C′
5αC ′′ C ′
g ′′′
′
′ C
+
= 0, (39)
−
− αf +
g +
+
+g
−
−
2
3
2C
3
3C
6C
2 C
2C
6C 2
2 !
1 (4) C ′ ′′′
2C ′′
1 C′
4f
′′
− h −
+
h +h
−
+
2
C
3
3C
2 C
!
3
′
4f C ′
C ′′′
C ′′ C ′
1 C′
10f ′
′′
′C
+
h
2f
+
2f
+
−
+
−
−
αβ
− g ′′ (g − α) (40)
+h′
3
3C
6C
C2
2 C
C
′ 2 !
′
5α2 f
αg ′ C ′
αC ′′
2C ′′
2αf
C
2
′2
′ C
−
= 0.
+
+g
−
+α −
+
−−g −g g
C
C
3
3C
3
3C
C
1 C ′ ′ 2 2 βg αβ
1
f +
f + f −
−
−
3C
3
3
6
6
′′
C ′′
C
Without additional constraints, the system of equations (37)–(40) can not be solved explicitly.
The first of these constraints is
C = eγz ,
(41)
γ = const 6= 0.
In this case system (37)–(40) is solved in terms of elementary functions, but the results are
different if β 6= 0 and β = 0.
At β 6= 0 we obtain solution
f = ε1 +
αβ
z,
2γ
g=
2f 2
γ4
−
,
β
2β
h=
4 3 αγ 3
f −
z + ε2 .
3β 2
2β
Directly through x and z formula (36) can be written as
β
A=
6
3
2
3
α
γ4
α
α
4 (ε1 )
2
2
x + z + ε1 x + z +
(ε1 ) −
x+ z +
+ ε2 ,
γ
γ
β
4
γ
β2
(42)
ε1 , ε2 , β, γ are arbitrary constants, but β 6= 0 and γ 6= 0. Formulas (42) and (41) together with
(28) give Yang-Mills metric of type II.
From (41) and β = 0 it follows, that (by virtue of equations (37) and (38)) there are only two
possibilities for the function f (z):
1
f = ± γ2.
(43)
2
If the sign is + the following solution to the equations (39) and (40) is obtained
g = ε1 + ε2 z + ε3 e−γz ,
ε2 ε 3
+ 2 ze−γz + z
γ
2
(ε3 )
ze−2γz +
3γ
!
2
2
αε2
ε 1 ε2
α2
(ε2 )
(ε2 )
.
z− 2 + 2 +
+
2γ 2
γ
γ
2γ
2γ 3
h = ε4 + ε5 e−γz + ε6 eγz + ε7 e−2γz +
(44)
Here ε1 , ..., ε7 , γ are arbitrary constants, but γ 6= 0. Formulas (44), (43) (with + in the right
side), (41), (36) and (28) give Yang-Mills metric of type III.
Now consider the case with a minus in the right side of (43). Then the solution of (39) and
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(40) is
g = ε1 + ε2 eλ1 γz + ε3 eλ2 γz − αγz,
!
r
r
5
5
− 21 γz
h=e
γz + ε7 sin
γz +
ε6 cos
12
12
(45)
2
2
(ε3 )
(ε2 )
2λ1 γz
2λ2 γz
−γz
e
+ 2
e
+ ε 4 + ε5 e
+
+ 2
2γ (λ1 − 3)
2γ (λ2 − 3)
ε2
ε3
1 2
αε1
λ1 γz
λ2 γz
+ 2 (αzγ − αλ1 − ε1 ) e
+ 2 (αzγ − αλ2 − ε1 ) e
+
− α z z.
γ
γ
γ
2
r
r
19
19
1
1
, λ2 = − −
. Formulas
Here ε1 , ..., ε7 , γ are arbitrary constants, but γ 6= 0; λ1 = − +
2
12
2
12
(44), (43) (with minus in the right side), (41), (36) and (28) give Yang-Mills metric of type II.
Consider now instead of (41) other constraints: C ′′ = 0, S = 0. Then we obtain the following
solution
2
ε2
ε2
+ ε5 ,
+ ε4 ln z +
C = ε1 z + ε2 ,
f = 0,
β = 0,
g = ε3 z +
ε
ε1
6
4 1
2 ε2
ε2
ε2
(ε3 )
ε2
ε3
h = ε9 ln z +
z+
z+
−
2α + ε4 − 2ε5 − 2ε4 ln z +
+
+
ε
36
ε1
16
ε1
ε1
1
2 1
ε2
ε2
2
2
+ε8 +
z+
4ε6 − 2ε7 + α2 − (ε4 ) + 4ε7 − 2α2 + 2 (ε4 ) ln z +
.
8
ε1
ε1
Here ε1 , ..., ε9 are arbitrary constants, but ε1 6= 0. We have received Yang-Mills metric of type III.
Thus, the metric (28) has provided us with two series of Yang-Mills metric of types II and III.
Another remarkable feature of the metric (28) is that at suitable function A(x, z) and C(z)
it gives Einstein metric of type II, which is a rare phenomenon. We do not give the full solution,
but only one particular case:
1
1
αε1
A = − γ 2 x2 + x (ε1 − αγz) + ε4 + ε5 e−γz + z
− α2 z ,
C = eγz .
2
γ
2
This gives Einstein metric of type II, which is a particular case of solution (45) at ε2 = ε3 =
ε6 = ε7 = 0.
3.
Metric of type III, satisfying Yang-Mills equations
Let’s investigate the metric
2
ψ = 2dt (dx + B (t, z) dy + A (t, z) dt) + (C (t) dy) + dz 2 ,
(46)
which, as we shall see, may be of types III, N or O. The components of conformal connection
matrix Ω are
1
1
1
2
ω =
− A dt − dx − Bdy, ω =
+ A dt + dx + Bdy, ω 3 = Cdy, ω 4 = dz,
2
2
.
ω13
ω34
.
C
B′ 3
B′ 4 2
B 1
ω + ω2 + ω3 +
ω , ω1 = 0, ω14 = ω24 = −A′ ω 1 + ω 2 −
ω ,
=
=
C
C
2C
2C
B ′′ 3
B′
B ′′ 1
= −
ω , ω3 =
ω 1 + ω 2 , ω1 = ω 2 = K ω 1 + ω 2 +
ω + ω 2 , ω4 = 0,
2C
4C
4C
ω23
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where dot denotes
the derivative
with respect to t, stroke ′ denotes derivative with respect to z,
..
′ 2 !
C
1 B
def 1
A′′ + −
.
K =
2
C
2 C
The components of the conformal curvature matrix Φ are:
B ′′ 1
B ′′ 1
ω + ω2 ∧ ω3 ,
Φ43 =
ω + ω2 ∧ ω4 ,
4C
4C
B ′′ 1
ω ∧ ω2 + S ω1 + ω2 ∧ ω3 − T ω1 + ω2 ∧ ω4 ,
Φ31 = Φ32 =
4C
B ′′ 3
4
4
Φ1 = Φ2 =
ω ∧ ω4 − S ω1 + ω2 ∧ ω4 − T ω1 + ω2 ∧ ω3 ,
4C
!
..
. ′
. !
′
C
B
B
C
1
def
def 1
− A′′ , T =
+ 2 ,
where S =
2 C
2 C
C
. !
′′ .
B
1
2B ′′ C
Φ1 = Φ2 =
+
ω1 + ω2 ∧ ω3 +
2
4
C
C
′′ ′
B B
B ′′′ 3
′
1
2
4
+
−
K
ω
+
ω
∧
ω
−
ω ∧ ω4 ,
8C 2
4C
B ′′′ 1
ω + ω2 ∧ ω4 ,
Φ4 = 0.
Φ3 = −
4C
Φ21
=
Petrov matrix Q(λ) is







λ
B ′′
−
4C
iB ′′
−
4C
B ′′
4C
−S − iT + λ
iB ′′
4C
T − iS
T − iS
S + iT + λ

−
−



.


..
C
This is a matrix of type III if B 6= 0; of type N if B = 0 and of type O if B = 0, A = ,
C
B ′ C = ε (z) , where ε (z) is arbitrary function of z.
Yang-Mills equations for the external form ∗Φ4 are satisfied identically, for the form ∗Φ3
∂4B
= 0. External forms ∗Φ1 and ∗Φ2 also yield only one
they are reduced to a single equation
∂z 4
′′ 2
′′′ ′
4
3B B
3 B
∂ A
+
=
. The system of these two equations has a solution
equation
4
∂z
2 C
2C 2
′′
= β0 z 3 + β1 z 2 + β2 z + β3 ,
"
2
1 9 (β0 ) 6 9β0 β1 5
A =
z +
z +
2
C
40
20
′′
′′
′′
B
(β1 )
3β0 β2
+
8
4
2
!
z
4
#
+ α0 z 3 + α1 z 2 + α2 z + α3 ,
where β0 , β1 , β2 , β3 , α0 , α1 , α2 , α3 , C are arbitrary functions
of t.
..
′ 2
1 B
C
= 0.
Mertic (46) is Einstein metric when B ′′ = 0, A′′ + −
C
2 C
References
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no. 3, 350–362 (in Russian).
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Решение уравнений Янга-Миллса для 4-метрик типов
II, N, III Петрова
Леонид Н. Кривоносов
Вячеслав А. Лукьянов
Приводятся по 4 серии 4-метрик для каждого из видов II, N, III, удовлетворяющих уравнениям
Янга-Миллса.
Ключевые слова: уравнения Эйнштейна, уравнения Янга-Миллса, многообразие конформной связности с кручением и без кручения.
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