Cylindrically symmetric solution in teleparallel theory
The field equations of a special class of teleparallel theory of gravitation and electromagnetic fields are applied to tetrad space having cylindrical symmetry with four unknown functions of radial coordinate r and azimuth angle θ. The vacuum stress-energy momentum tensor with one assumption concerning its specific form generates one non-trivial exact analytic solution. This solution is characterized by a constant magnetic field parameter B0. If B0 = 0, then the solution will reduce to the flat spacetime. The energy content is calculated using the superpotential given by Møller in the framework of teleparallel geometry. The energy contained in a sphere is found to be different from the pervious results. © 2010 Chinese Physical Society and IOP Publishing Ltd.
Nashed, Gamal G.L., "Cylindrically symmetric solution in teleparallel theory" (2010). Centre for Theoretical Physics. 144.