Tidal Effects in Some Regular Black Holes
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This paper is aimed to study the tidal forces produced by a class of regular black holes. We consider the radial infall of test particle and find radial as well as angular components of tidal forces by taking geodesic deviation equations. We also compute geodesic deviation vector by solving geodesic deviation equation numerically. It is concluded that a particle undergos either compression or stretching in radial or angular direction due to tidal forces.
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