# Gravitation Acceleration in General of Kerr-Newman Black Hole

The surface gravity (acceleration at event horizon, as measured by an observer at infinity, since the proper acceleration is infinite) of a Kerr-Newman black hole is given (e.g. here) as:$$\kappa = \frac{r_+ - r_-}{2 \cdot (r_+^2 + a^2)}$$What is the corresponding generalization of this formula for any distance from the event horizon (i.e., what's $\kappa(r)$)?

This would be $$\rm \rm {\rm d}^2r/{\rm d}\tau^2 = \ddot{r}$$, so you evaluate that for a corotating particle by solving the geodesic equation (see here) and take the limit for $$\rm r \to r_{+}$$ in case of the horizon, or any $$\rm r$$ and $$\theta$$ since $$\rm \ddot{r}$$ is not only a function of the radial but also of the poloidial coordinate.
The general equation for a black hole of charge $$\rm Q$$ and spin $$\rm a$$ for a particle with the charge $$\rm q$$ is in natural units and in Boyer Lindquist coordinates
$$\rm \ddot{r} =$$ $$\rm (a^2 \dot{\theta} \sin (2 \theta ) \ \dot{r})/(a^2 \cos ^2 \theta +r^2)+\dot{r}^2 ((r-1)/(a^2+(r-2) \ r+Q ^2)-r/(a^2 \cos ^2 \theta +r^2))+$$ $$\rm ((a^2+(r-2) \ r+Q ^2) (8 a \sin ^2 \theta \ \dot{\phi} \ (a^2 \cos ^2 \theta \ (q \ Q -2 \dot{t})+r (2 (r-Q ^2) \dot{t}-q \ Q \ r))+$$ $$\rm 8 \dot{t} \ (a^2 \cos ^2 \theta \ (\dot{t}-q \ Q )+r \ (q \ Q \ r+(Q ^2-r) \ \dot{t}))+8 r \ \dot{\theta}^2 \ (a^2 \cos ^2 \theta +r^2)^2+$$ $$\rm \sin ^2 \theta \ \dot{\phi}^2 \ (2 a^4 \sin ^2(2 \theta )+r \ (a^2 (a^2 \cos (4 \theta )+3 a^2+4 \ (a-Q ) (a+Q ) \cos (2 \theta )+4 Q ^2)+$$ \rm $$\rm 8 r \ (-a^2 \sin ^2 \theta +2 a^2 r \cos ^2 \theta +r^3)))))/(8 \ (a^2 \cos ^2 \theta +r^2)^3)$$
so you have to set $$\rm \dot{r}=\dot{\theta}=q=0, \ \dot{\phi}=|g_{t \phi}/g_{\phi \phi}|/\sqrt{|g^{t t}|}$$ and $$\rm \dot{t}=\sqrt{|g^{t t}|}$$ to get $$\rm \ddot{r}$$ for a locally stationary particle with zero angular momentum (a so called ZAMO in his so called LNRF) at any given $$\rm r$$ and $$\theta$$.