Heavy ions collision evolution modeling with ECHO-QGP

May 20, 2014, 10:20 AM
europium (darmstadtium)



Schlossgraben 1 64283 Darmstadt Germany
Contributed Talk Collective Dynamics Collective dynamics


Ms Valentina Rolando (Università di Ferrara, INFN Ferrara)


We present a numerical code for modeling relativistic heavy ion collisions, ECHO-QGP. The code includes relativistic hydrodynamics with dissipative terms and implements Israel-Stewart theory in 3+1 D. Initial conditions are provided through an implementation of the Glauber model (both Optical and Monte Carlo), while freezeout and particle generation is based on the Cooper-Frye prescription. ECHO-QGP features dynamical metric tensor in a GR framework for ideal hydro and it can work in Bjorken and cartesian frames for the dissipative case. The code shows remarkable stability and accuracy with the combination of a conservative (shock-capturing) approach with the high-order methods. ECHO-QGP is able to reproduce several known solutions of ideal and dissipative hydrodynamics including the lately proposed Gubser test. Ref. L. Del Zanna, V. Chandra, G. Inghirami, V. Rolando, A. Beraudo, A. De Pace, G. Pagliara, A. Drago and F. Becattini, *"Relativistic viscous hydrodynamics for heavy-ion collisions with ECHO-QGP"* Eur. Phys. J. C **73**, 2524 (2013)

Primary authors

Alessandro Drago Andrea Beraudo (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (ES)) Arturo De Pace (INFN Torino) Francesco Becattini (Unversity of Florence) Gabriele Inghirami (Università di Firenze, INFN Firenze) Luca Del Zanna (Università di Firenze, INAF Firenze, INFN Firenze) Ms Valentina Rolando (Università di Ferrara, INFN Ferrara) Vinod Chandra (INFN Florence Italy) giuseppe pagliara

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