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Katsiaryna Kireyeva

Class of 2022Minsk, Minsk



  • "Micro (primordial) black holes and their energetic application potential" with mentor Sophia (Aug. 25, 2023)

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Micro (primordial) black holes and their energetic application potential

Started May 8, 2023

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Primordial black holes are theorized to have developed in the very early Universe as a result of the gravitational collapse of significant curvature perturbations produced during inflation. Primordial black holes, like all black holes are theorized to emit Hawking radiation. The temperature of the Hawking spectrum is inversely proportional to the black holes mass. For less massive primordial black holes, they emit radiation within the range 10^17 – 10^23g. The goal of this paper is to theoretically explore whether it is possible to harness the energy emitted by micro (primordial) black holes.

The numerical value of Hawking radiation emitted by primordial black holes in the "HR window" and the energy required to produce a primordial black hole is calculated. The human-made micro black hole hypothesis is analyzed by reviewing the production of primordial black holes at the Large Hadron Collider. This paper aims is to investigate the possibility of harnessing energy emitted by micro (primordial) black holes via Hawking Radiation. It is concluded that the production of energy from micro black holes is impossible. However, the potential implication of additional dimensions is analyzed.