Relativity and Cosmology

   

Detailing Minimum Parameters as Far as Red Shift, Frequency, Strain, and Wavelength of Gravity Waves / Gravitons, and Possible Impact Upon GW Astronomy

Authors: A. Beckwith

This document will briefly outline some of the issues pertinent to early inflation and how it affects both strain readings for a GW detector, GW wave lengths, the number of gravitons which may be collected per phase space, among other issues. Different inflation models will also be briefly alluded to.explain in part what may be happening, as far as rates of alternations of wavelengths of GW 's from their genesis in terms of pre inflation to inflationary generation. We also mention a standard as far as GW measurement and how the 'metric' of measurement varies between the different models To summarize we state that the best chances for relic GW measurements are ΩGW ~ 106 are in the 1Hz < f < 10 GHz range. This according to the pre big bang models, and the QIM model.

Comments: 11 pages, 3 tables. Submitted by invitation to Advances in Astronomy. Coverse material part of presentation for

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[v1] 7 Mar 2011

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