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Browsing IIAP Publications by Subject "Dark matter"

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  • Arun, K; Gudennavar, S. B; Prasad, A; Sivaram, C (Elsevier B.V, 2018-01)
    One of the unresolved questions currently in cosmology is that of the non-linear accelerated expansion of the universe. This has been attributed to the so called Dark Energy (DE). The accelerated expansion of the universe ...
  • Bhattacharyya, Archita; Alam, Ujjaini; Pandey, Kanhaiya L; Das, Subinoy; Pal, Supratik (IOP Publishing, 2019-05-10)
    Yes, for a wide range of cosmological models (ΛCDM, non-interacting wz CDM, wz WDM, or a class of interacting DMDE). Recently there have been attempts to solve the tension between direct measurements of H0 and s8 0m W from ...
  • Sivaram, C; Arun, K; Nagaraja, R (Springer, 2011-05)
    Drexler dark matter is an alternate approach to dark matter that assumes that highly relativistic protons trapped in the halo of the galaxies could account for the missing mass. We look at various energetics involved in ...
  • Sivaram, C (World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd, 2017-10)
    For Newtonian dynamics to hold over galactic scales, large amounts of dark matter (DM) are required which would dominate cosmic structures. Accounting for the strong obser- vational evidence that the universe is accelerating ...
  • Rebecca, L; Arun, K; Sivaram, C (Springer, 2020-09)
    In recent papers, it was shown explicitly that the sizes of gravitationally bound large-scale cosmic structures can be constrained from the requirement that their gravitational binding self-energy density should at least ...
  • Sivaram, C; Arun, K (Springer, 2019-10)
    Gravitational waves from mergers of black holes and neutron stars are now being detected by LIGO. Here we look at a new source of gravitational waves, i.e., a class of dark matter objects whose properties were earlier ...
  • Arun, k; Gudennavar, S.B; Sivaram, C (Elsevier B.V, 2017-07)
    The nature of dark matter (DM) and dark energy (DE) which is supposed to constitute about 95% of the energy density of the uni-verse is still a mystery. There is no shortage of ideas regarding the nature of both. While ...
  • Clea, Sunny; Sivaram, C; Gudennavar, S. B (Elsevier B. V., 2020-12)
    Dark matter (DM) which constitutes five-sixths of all matter is hypothesized to be a weakly interacting non-baryonic particle, created in the early stages of cosmic evolution. It can affect various cosmic structures in the ...
  • Arun, K; Gudennavar, S; Prasad, A; Sivaram, C (Springer, 2019-02)
    The standard model for the formation of structure assumes that there existed small fluctuations in the early universe that grew due to gravitational instability. The origins of these fluctuations are as yet unclear. In ...
  • Kumar, S. S; Kenath, A; Sivaram, C (Elsevier B.V, 2020-05)
    Observations have indicated that we do not see neutron stars (NS) of mass near the theoretical upper limit as predicted. Here we invoke the role of dark matter (DM) particles in star formation, and their role in lowering ...
  • Bhatt, H. C (Royal Astronomical Society, 1993-06-01)
    Evidence for an enhanced rate of star formation in the cometary globules of the Gum nebula is presented. The IRAS Point Source Catalog has been searched for sources with spectral energy distributions characteristic of young ...
  • Kiren, O. V; Arun, K; Sivarani, C (Elsevier B. V, 2021-08-15)
    In a recent paper we had discussed possibility of DM at high redshifts forming primordial planets composed entirely of DM to be oneof the reasons for not detecting DM (as the flux of ambient DM particles would be consequently ...
  • Sivaram, C; Arun, K; Prasad, A (Springer, 2018-10)
    Formation of black holes may be constrained by intrinsic parameters characterizing them such as electric charge. Here we discuss the effects of a relatively minute excess of charge on extremal black hole formation and the ...
  • Das, Subinoy; Maharana, Anshuman; Muia, Francesco (Oxford University Press on behalf of Royal Astronomical Society, 2022-09)
    We present a scenario for fast growth of cosmological perturbations; δ(t) ∼ a(t)s, a(t) being the scale factor, with s > 10 for the numerical examples reported in this article. The basic ingredients of the scenario are an ...
  • Chakraborty, Amlan; Chanda, Prolay K; Pandey, Kanhaiya L; Das, Subinoy (American Astronomical Society, 2022-06-20)
    We propose a novel mechanism where primordial black hole (PBH) dark matter is formed much later in the history of the universe, between the epochs of Big Bang nucleosynthesis and cosmic microwave background photon decoupling. ...
  • Sivaram, C; Arun, K; Rebecca, Louise (Springer, 2022-03)
    Recently, much controversy has been raised about the cosmological conundrum involving the discrepancy in the value of the Hubble constant as implied by Planck satellite observations of the CMBR in the early Universe and ...
  • Novati, S. C; Bozza, V; Bruni, I; Dall'Ora, M; Paolis, F. D; Dominik, M; Gualandi, R; Ingrosso, G; Jetzer, P; Mancini, L; Nucita, A; Safonova, M; Scarpetta, G; Sereno, M; Strafella, F; Subramaniam, A; Gould, A (IOP Publishing, 2014-03-10)
    We present the final analysis of the observational campaign carried out by the PLAN (Pixel Lensing Andromeda) collaboration to detect a dark matter signal in form of MACHOs through the microlensing effect. The campaign ...
  • Appleby, S; Pravabati, C; Park, C; Hong, S. E; Kim, J; Vidhya, G (IOP Publishing, 2018-05-10)
    We apply the Minkowski tensor statistics to two-dimensional slices of the three-dimensional matter density field. The Minkowski tensors are a set of functions that are sensitive to directionally dependent signals in the ...
  • Sivaram, C; Arun, Kenath; Rebecca, Louise (Indian Academy of Sciences, 2020-02)
    In view of the negative results from various dark matter detection experiments, we propose alternate models by postulating a minimal field strength (minimal curvature) and also a minimal acceleration. These postulates ...
  • Rebecca, Louise; Kenath, Arun; Sivaram, C (World Scientific Publishing, 2022-04-30)
    The presence of dark matter (DM), though well established by indirect evidence, is yet to be observed directly. Various DM detection experiments running for several years have yielded no positive results. In view of these ...

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