Laurentiu Bubuianu, Klee Irwin, Sergiu I. Vacaru (2016)
Heterotic supergravity with (1+3)–dimensional domain wall conﬁgurations and (warped) internal, six dimensional, almost-Kähler manifolds 6X are studied. Considering ten dimensional spacetime, nonholonomic distributions with conventional double ﬁbrations, 2+2+…=2+2+3+3, and associated SU(3) structures on internal space, we generalize for real, internal, almost symplectic gravitational structures the constructions with gravitational and gauge instantons of tanh-kink type. They include the ﬁrst α′ corrections to the heterotic supergravity action, parameterized in a form to imply nonholonomic deformations of the Yang-Mills sector and corresponding Bianchi identities. We show how it is possible to construct a variety of solutions, depending on the type of nonholonomic distributions and deformations of ‘prime’ instanton conﬁgurations characterized by two real supercharges. This corresponds to N = 1/2 supersymmetric, nonholonomic manifolds from the four dimensional point of view. Our method provides a uniﬁed description of embedding nonholonomically deformed tanh-kink-type instantons into half-BPS solutions of heterotic supergravity. This allows us to elaborate new geometric methods of constructing exact solutions of motion equations, with ﬁrst order α′ corrections to the heterotic supergravity. Such a formalism is applied for general and/or warped almost-Kähler conﬁgurations, which allows us to generate nontrivial (1+3)-d domain walls. This formalism is utilized in our associated publication in order to construct and study generic oﬀ-diagonal nonholonomic deformations of the Kerr metric, encoding contributions from heterotic supergravity.