Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2020, Volume: 13, Issue: 13, Pages: 1435-1439
Indiwar Singh Chauhan1*, T S Chauhan2
1Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, Bareilly College, Bareilly (U.P.), India
2Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, Bareilly College, Bareilly (U.P), India
Indiwar Singh Chauhan
Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, Bareilly College, Bareilly (U.P.), India
Email: [email protected]
Received Date:08 April 2020, Accepted Date:23 April 2020, Published Date:25 May 2020
Objectives: The main purpose of this paper is to study the theory of Dhomothetic deformation of an h-Einstein Para-Sasakian manifold. Methods: A deformation technique is employed to solve the resulting problem. We provide its application in the general theory of relativity. Findings: Section 2 deals with recurrent and symmetric Para-Sasakian Manifolds. In section 3 we have defined and studied projectively symmetric Para-Sasakian manifold. The notion of ϕ -holomorphic sectional curvature in an h-Einstein Para-Sasakian manifold has been delineated in the section 4. In this very section, we shall study the relevant commutation formulae which give rise to the required curvature tensor. The obtained results were compared with the previous works(1--3) in this field and were found to be in good agreement. Novelty/Conclusion: The study concludes the following results:
1. If n-dimensional Para-Sasakian manifold is to be recurrent projective symmetric then the recurrent projective curvature tensor vanishes identically.
2. If n-dimensional Para-Sasakian manifold is to be projective semi-symmetric then the semi-recurrent projective curvature tensor vanishes identically.
3. If n-dimensional Para-Sasakian manifold is to be projective scalar-symmetric then the scalar projective curvature vanishes identically.
4. If D-homothetic deformation of h-Einstein Para-Sasakian manifold is constant ϕ -holomorphic sectional curvature then we shall obtain the value of scalar fields.
Keywords: ϕ -holomorphic sectional curvature; constant curvature; Para-Sasakian manifold; recurrent projective symmetric; D-homothetic deformation; h-Einstein manifold
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Published By Indian Society for Education and Environment (iSee)
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