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Hydrodynamics: Fluctuating initial conditions and two-particle correlations
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2011)
Event-by-event hydrodynamics (or hydrodynamics with fluctuating initial conditions) has been developed in the past few years. Here we discuss how it may help to understand the various structures observed in two-particle ...
Temporal evolution of tubular initial conditions and their influence on two-particle correlations in relativistic nuclear collisions
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE BVAMSTERDAM, 2012)
Relativistic nuclear collisions data on two-particle correlations exhibit structures as function of relative azimuthal angle and rapidity. A unified description of these near-side and away-side structures is proposed for ...
Fluctuation-induced transport: From the very small to the very large scales
(Papers in Physics, 2016-02)
The study of fluctuation-induced transport is concerned with the directed motion of particles on a substrate when subjected to a fluctuating external field. Work over the last two decades provides now precise clues on how ...
Identification Of Flow Regime Transitions In Fluidized Beds Of Large Particles By Pressure Drop Fluctuation Measurements
(ABEQ, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1996)
Electromagnetic fluctuations of the whistler-cyclotron and firehose instabilities in a Maxwellian and Tsallis-kappa-like plasma
(American Geophysical Union, 2015)
Observed electron velocity distributions in the Earth's magnetosphere and the solar wind exhibit a variety of nonthermal features which deviate from thermal equilibrium, for example, in the form of temperature anisotropies, ...
FLUCTUATION OF THE INITIAL CONDITIONS AND ITS CONSEQUENCES ON SOME OBSERVABLES
(POLISH ACAD SCIENCES INST PHYSICS, 2009)
We show effects of the event-by-event fluctuation of the initial conditions (IC) in hydrodynamic description of high-energy nuclear collisions on some observables. Such IC produce not only fluctuations in observables but, ...
Topology Studies of Hydrodynamics Using Two-Particle Correlation Analysis
(AMER PHYSICAL SOC, 2009)
The effects of fluctuating initial conditions are studied in the context of relativistic heavy ion collisions where a rapidly evolving system is formed. Two-particle correlation analysis is applied to events generated with ...
Recent results on multi-particle azimuthal correlations in high-multiplicity pp and ppb collisions in cms
In nucleus-nucleus collisions, the Quark-Gluon Plasma behaves like a perfect fluid and the azimuthal anisotropy of the observed particle final-state distributions reflects its properties. This anisotropic flow, arising ...