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Publication . Article . Preprint . 2021

Singularities and Soft-Big Bang in a viscous $\Lambda$CDM model

Norman Cruz; Esteban González; Jose Jovel;
Open Access
English
Published: 20 Sep 2021
Abstract

In this paper we explore the different types of singularities that arise in the $\Lambda$CDM model when dissipative processes are considered, in the framework of the Eckart's theory. In particular, we study the late-time behavior of $\Lambda$CDM model with viscous cold dark matter (CDM) and an early-time viscous radiation domination era with cosmological constant (CC). The fluids are described by the barotropic equation of state (EoS) $p=(\gamma-1)\rho$, where $p$ is the equilibrium pressure of the fluid, $\rho$ their energy density, and $\gamma$ is the barotropic index. We explore two particular cases for the bulk viscosity $\xi$, a constant bulk viscosity $\xi=\xi_{0}$, and a bulk viscosity proportional to the energy density of the fluid $\xi=\xi_{0}\rho$. Due to some previous investigations that have explored to describe the behavior of the universe with a negative CC, we extend our analysis to this case. We found that future singularities like Big-Rip are allowed but without having a phantom EoS associated to the DE fluid. Big-Crunch singularities also appears when a negative CC is present, but also de Sitter and even Big-Rip types are allowed due to the negative pressure of the viscosity, which opens the possibility of an accelerated expansion in AdS cosmologies. We also discuss a very particular solution without Big Bang singularity that arises in the early-time radiation dominant era of our model known as Soft-Big Bang.

Comment: 17 pages, 13 figures

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arXiv: Physics::Fluid Dynamics

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General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology

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