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Medium and High Energy Physics Seminar: Dekra Almaalol (UIUC) "Stability analysis relativistic 2nd-order dissipative hydrodynamics with BSQ conserved charges"

Event Type
Seminar/Symposium
Sponsor
Physics
Location
Via ZOOM
Virtual
wifi event
Date
Dec 6, 2021   1:00 pm   3:00 pm
Speaker
Dekra Almaalol (UIUC)
Contact
Brandy Koebbe
E-Mail
bkoebbe@illinois.edu
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Originating Calendar
Physics - Medium and High Energy Seminar

The search for the conjectured QCD critical point is being conducted experimentally at large baryon densities. Theoretical simulations of these experiments require the explicit inclusion of finite baryon (B), strangeness (S), and electric charge density (Q). We derive the hydrodynamic equations of motion of an out-of-equilibrium multi-charged fluid of strongly interacting QCD matter. Our set of equations incorporates, up to second order, dissipative (shear and bulk viscosities) and BSQ diffusive currents as well as all coupling terms. I will present the stability analysis which examines the response of our system of equations to linear perturbations and evaluate the set of conditions under which these equations are hydrodynamically and thermodynamically stable.

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