Self-consistent orbital evolution of a particle around a schwarzschild black hole
The motion of a charged particle is influenced by the self-force arising from the particle's interaction with its own field. In a curved spacetime, this self-force depends on the entire past history of the particle and is difficult to evaluate. As a result, all existing self-force evaluations in curved spacetime are for particles moving along a fixed trajectory. Here, for the first time, we overcome this long-standing limitation and present fully self-consistent orbits and waveforms of a scalar charged particle around a Schwarzschild black hole. © 2012 American Physical Society.
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Physical Review Letters
Diener, P., Vega, I., Wardell, B., & Detweiler, S. (2012). Self-consistent orbital evolution of a particle around a schwarzschild black hole. Physical Review Letters, 108 (19) https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.108.191102