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      Gravitational waves from a spinning particle in circular orbits around a rotating black hole

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          Using the Teukolsky and Sasaki-Nakamura formalisms for the perterbations around a Kerr black hole, we calculate the energy flux of gravitational waves induced by a {\it spinning} particle of mass \(\mu\) and spin \(S\) moving in circular orbits near the equatorial plain of a rotating black hole of mass \(M (\gg \mu)\) and spin \(Ma\). The calculations are performed by using the recently developed post-Newtonian expansion technique of the Teukolsky equation. To evaluate the source terms of perturbations caused by a {\it spinning} particle, we used the equations of motion of a spinning particle derived by Papapetrou and the energy momentum tensor of a spinning particle derived by Dixon. We present the post-Newtonian formula of the gravitational wave luminosity up to the order \((v/c)^5\) beyond the quadrupole formula including the linear order of particle spin. The results obtained in this paper will be an important guideline to the post-Newtonian calculation of the inspiral of two spinning compact objects.

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                Journal
                19 February 1996
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                10.1103/PhysRevD.54.3762
                gr-qc/9602038
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                OU-TAP-27
                Phys.Rev.D54:3762-3777,1996
                20 pages, LaTeX, 2 figures available upon request
                gr-qc

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