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Observables and initial conditions from exact rotational hydro solutions. T . Csörgő 1 , I. Barna 1 and M.I . N agy 1, 3 1 MTA Wigner Research Center for Physics , RMKI 3 ELTE University, Budapest, Hungary New exact rotating hydro solutions Two different family of equations of state

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observables and initial conditions from exact rotational hydro solutions
Observables and initial conditions from exact rotational hydro solutions

T. Csörgő1 , I. Barna 1 and M.I. Nagy1,3

1 MTA Wigner Research Center for Physics, RMKI

3ELTE University, Budapest, Hungary

New exact rotating hydro solutions

Two different family of equations of state

Summary: new rotating exact hydro solutions

arXiv:1309.4390v2PRC 89, 044901 (2014)

Comparison with a 3d rotating relativisitic hydro solution

L.P. Csernai, D.-J. Wang and T. Cs, arXiv:1406.1017

Single particle spectra

Elliptic and higher order flows

Oscillations of HBT radii

Summary: effects on observables

+ manuscript in preparation

slide2
Motivation: initial angular momentum

Observation of conserved quantities: important

Example from L. Cifarelli, L.P. Csernai, H. Stöcker,

EPN 43/22 (2012) p. 91

slide3
Hydrodynamics: basic equations
  • Basic equations of non-rel hydrodynamics:
  • Euler equation needs to be modified for lattice QCD EoS
  • Use basic thermodynamical relations
  • for lack of conserved charge (baryon free region)
slide4
Rewrite for v, T and (n, or s)

lattice QCD EoS: modification of the dynamical equations:

slide5
Ansatz for rotation and scaling

The case without rotation:

known self-similar solution

T. Cs, hep-ph/00111139

S. V. Akkelin et al,

hep-ph/0012127, etc.

Let’s try to add rotation!

First good news: scaling variable remains good

→ a hope to find ellipsoidal rotating solutions!

slide6
Common properties of solutions
  • From self-similarity
  • Ellipsoidal ->spheroidal
  • time dependence of
  • R and w coupled
  • Conservation law!

For details, see arXiv:1309.4390

slide7
Solutions for conserved particle n

Similar to irrotational case:

Family of self-similar solutions, T profile free

T. Cs, hep-ph/00111139

Rotation leads to increased transverse acceleration!

For details, see arXiv:1309.4390

slide9
1B: conserved n, T dependent e/p

Works only if T is T(t) only

But more general EoS

Similar to

T. Cs. et al,

hep-ph/0108067

Rotation: increases transverse acceleration

slide10
Solutions for lattice QCD type EoS

Two different class of solutions: p/e = const(T)or p/e = f(T)

  • Notes: increased acceleration (vs conserved n)
  • Observables calculable if s ~ n(final) (Landau)
slide11
First integrals: Hamiltonian motion

1A: n is conserved

2A: n is not conseerved

Angular momentum conserved

Energy in rotation → 0

slide12
Summary so far: rotating solutions

New and rotating

exact solutions of fireball hydro

Also for lattice QCD family of EoS

Now analyzed in detail

(after 53 years)

Important observation:

Rotation leads to stronger radial expansion

lQCD EoS leads to stronger radial expansion

  • Perhaps connected to large radial flows
  • in RHIC and LHC data
  • Observables:
  • Next slides

arXiv:1309.4390 (v2)

slide13
Comparison with 3d relativistic hydro

3d numeric

hydro solution

Analytic solution

Recent result from:

L. P. Csernai, D.-J. Wang and T.Cs.

  • arXiv:1406.1017

1) Rotation boosts radial flow

2) Hadronic observables similar, but penetrating probes will differ!

slide14
Observables from rotating solutions

Note: (r’, k’) in fireball frame

rotated wrt lab frame (r,k)

Note: in this talk, rotation in the

(X,Z) impact parameter plane !

slide15
Role of EoS on acceleration

Lattice QCD type Eos is explosive

Tilt angle q integrates rotation in (X,Z) plane: sensitive to EoS!

slide16
Single particle spectra
  • In the rest frame of the fireball:
  • Rotation increases effective temperatures both in the longitudinal and
  • impact parameter direction
  • in addition to Hubble flows
slide17
Directed, elliptic and other flows
  • From the single particle spectra
  • → flow coefficents vn
  • Note: model is fully analytic
  • As of now, only X = Z = R(t)
  • spheroidal solutions are found
  • → vanishing odd order flows or
  • odd order flows signalfluctuations
  • see also M. Csanád and A. Szabó,
  • arXiv:1405.3877
slide18
Reminder: Universal w scaling of v2
  • Rotation does not change v2 scaling, but it modifies radial flow
  • Black line: Buda-Lund prediction from 2003
  • nucl-th/0310040
  • Comparision with data:
  • nucl-th/0512078
  • Note: v2 data depend on particle type, centrality, colliding energy, rapidity, pt
slide20
HBT radii for rotating spheroids

Diagonal Gaussians in natural frame

New terms with blue

→ Rotation decreases HBT radii similarly to Hubble flow.

slide21
HBT radii in the lab frame
  • HBT radii without flow

But spheriodal symmetry of the solution

Makes several cross terms vanish → need for ellipsoidal solutions

slide22
HBT radii in the lab frame
  • HBT radii without flow

But spheriodal symmetry of the solution

Makes several cross terms vanish → need for ellipsoidal solutions

slide23
HBT radii in the lab frame
  • Now using axial symmetry around y

Axialsymmetry of the solution: only out-side oscillations remain

→ need for ellipsoidal solutions

slide24
Qualitatively rotation and flow similar

But need more time to do time dependent calculations

note: side-long oscillations

expected for non-axial solutions

and for less academic studies

(relativistic solutions)

slide25
New directions: Multipole solutions

note: multipolemodes

~ indepenent

and fit v3 … data

M. Csanád, A. Szabó arXiv:1405.3877

New viscous relativistic solutions:

Y. Hatta, J. Noronha, B.-W. Xiao

  • arXiv:1403.7693, arXiv:1405.1984
slide26
Summary

Observables calculated

Effects of rotation and flow

Combine and have same mass dependence

Spectra: slope increases

v2: universal w scaling remains valid

HBT radii:

Decrease with mass intensifies

Even for spherical expansions:

v2 from rotation.

  • Picture: vulcano
  • How to detect the rotation?
  • Next steps: penetrating probes
  • observables from solutions
  • detailed comparisons with data
slide27
Summary

Observables calculated

Effects of rotation and flow

Combine and have same mass dependence

Spectra: slope increases

v2: universal w scaling remains valid

HBT radii:

Decrease with mass intensifies

Even for spherical expansions:

v2 from rotation.

  • Picture: vulcano
  • How to detect the rotation?
  • Next steps: observables from solutions
  • detailed comparisons with data
  • penetrating probes …
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