Kaniadakis Holographic Dark Energy by Using Hybrid Scale Factor

Year : 2023 | Volume : 11 | Issue : 07 | Page : –
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    Benoy Kumar Singh

Abstract

We carry out the work on Kaniadakis holographic dark energy KHDE with hybrid expansion law by taking the scale factor containing both exponent and exponential form. Therby revealing the present state of accelerating and expanding universe in the flat Friedmann-Robertson-Walber universe. The deceleration parameter q portrays whether he universe is decelerating or accererating. q greater than zero suggests the universe is slowing down or getting decelerated and q less than zero indicates that universe is speeding up or accelerated..Since in present work the value of q lies between -1<q0 i.e. EoS parameter lies in the quintessence region. In the present model EoS parameter do not cross the phantom line even at future z= -1, which is considered to be the dark energy dominated phase and is responsible for the current accelerated phase of the universe. The equation of state parameter EoS replicate the important cosmological behaviour where kD can be quintessence-like, phantom-like or cross the phantom divide before or after the present epoch.

Keywords: KHDE , FLRW universe, quientessence, phantom, EoS parameter,scale factor.

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Special Issue Open Access Original Research
Volume 11
Issue 07
Received August 18, 2023
Accepted August 31, 2023
Published September 25, 2023