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Even anisotropic-flow harmonics are from Venus, odd ones are from Mars
Benedikt
Bachmann
author
Nicolas
Borghini
author
Nina
Feld
author
Hendrik
Roch
author
27
department
PC2: Computing Resources Provided by the Paderborn Center for Parallel Computing
project
We test the ability of the "escape mechanism" to create the anisotropic flow
observed in high-energy nuclear collisions. We compare the flow harmonics $v_n$
in the few-rescatterings regime from two types of transport simulations, with
$2\to 2$ and $2\to 0$ collision kernels respectively, and from analytical
calculations neglecting the gain term of the Boltzmann equation. We find that
the even flow harmonics are similar in the three approaches, while the odd
harmonics differ significantly.
2022
eng
arXiv:2203.13306
2203.13306
Bachmann, Benedikt, Nicolas Borghini, Nina Feld, and Hendrik Roch. “Even Anisotropic-Flow Harmonics Are from Venus, Odd Ones Are from Mars.” <i>ArXiv:2203.13306</i>, 2022.
Bachmann, B., Borghini, N., Feld, N., & Roch, H. (2022). Even anisotropic-flow harmonics are from Venus, odd ones are from Mars. In <i>arXiv:2203.13306</i>.
Bachmann B, Borghini N, Feld N, Roch H. Even anisotropic-flow harmonics are from Venus, odd ones are from Mars. <i>arXiv:220313306</i>. Published online 2022.
Bachmann, Benedikt, et al. “Even Anisotropic-Flow Harmonics Are from Venus, Odd Ones Are from Mars.” <i>ArXiv:2203.13306</i>, 2022.
B. Bachmann, N. Borghini, N. Feld, and H. Roch, “Even anisotropic-flow harmonics are from Venus, odd ones are from Mars,” <i>arXiv:2203.13306</i>. 2022.
@article{Bachmann_Borghini_Feld_Roch_2022, title={Even anisotropic-flow harmonics are from Venus, odd ones are from Mars}, journal={arXiv:2203.13306}, author={Bachmann, Benedikt and Borghini, Nicolas and Feld, Nina and Roch, Hendrik}, year={2022} }
B. Bachmann, N. Borghini, N. Feld, H. Roch, ArXiv:2203.13306 (2022).
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