13-19 May 2018
Venice, Italy
Europe/Zurich timezone
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Dynamics of relativistic polarized vortices

15 May 2018, 17:00
2h 40m
First floor and third floor (Palazzo del Casinò)

First floor and third floor

Palazzo del Casinò

Poster Chirality, vorticity and polarisation effects Poster Session


Dr Radoslaw Ryblewski (Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN)


We present first numerical applications of a recently formulated framework of perfect fluid hydrodynamics with spin [1] to model the space-time evolution of polarization in heavy-ion collisions. We consider various initial conditions for the hydrodynamic evolution and different forms of the spin tensor to study consequences of various physical assumptions for the time evolution of the system's polarization [2]. Our findings show a characteristic decrease of the overall polarization in the system with the increasing collision energy, as recently found in the experimental measurements of the Lambda hyperons. We also find that the polarization in our approach increases with time during the hydrodynamic evolution, an effect connected with the overall angular momentum and entropy conservation laws.

[1] W. Florkowski, B. Friman, A.Jaiswal, E. Speranza, arXiv:1705.00587
[2] W. Florkowski, B. Friman, A.Jaiswal, R.Ryblewski, E. Speranza, forthcoming

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Primary authors

Wojciech Florkowski (Institute of nuclear Physics, Krakow) Bengt Friman (GSI) Amaresh Jaiswal (National Institute of Science Education and Research) Dr Radoslaw Ryblewski (Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN) Enrico Speranza (GSI and TU Darmstadt)

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