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Collimation Effects of the Kerr Field

Bičák, J.; Semerák, O.; Hadrava, P.

The latitudinal motion of free test particles outwards from central regions in the Kerrgeometry is investigated analytically and by the numerical integration of geodesic equations. Compared to particles with parabolic energies, particles with hyperbolic energies escape closer to the rotation axis, while slower particles tend to tall towards the equatorial plane. The effect is not large in the case of Kerr black holes, but it is significant for Kerr naked singularities. ln the region even closer to the centre, the repulsive character of the field near the rotation axis and near the disc spanning the Kerr ring singularity gives particles outward accelerations and collimates them along the rotation axis. Here, low-energy particles are more collimated than are those with high energies. These results might be relevant in the context of the formation and pre- collimation of cosmic jets.
journal:Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc.
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