Gravitomagnetic effects in a rotating Damour-Solodukhin wormhole
We consider the frame-dragging effect in the framework of gravitoelectromagnetism and compute the Lense-Thirring precession of a test gyroscope in the vicinity of a rotating Damour-Solodukhin wormhole. The precession comes as a consequence of the gravitomagnetic field generated by the rotating wormhole. We show that the wormhole parameter λ arises as part of higher order correction to the precession rate and it contributes to the suppression of the angular velocity of the gyroscope's precession when the spin axis is perpendicular to the wormhole's angular momentum J. When the spin axis is parallel to J, the precession rate yields the same value with the black hole case λ=0.