|Sunday 25 July 2021|
|Events for day: Monday 08 June 2020|
| 11:00 - 12:00 Journal Club: Experiment & Phenomenology-vmeeting|
Looking a little more on divergent series: application to the hydrodynamics
PARTICLES AND ACCELERATORS
Abstract: Solving the hydrodynamics equation has taken a lot of interest in recent years. Generally speaking, hydrodynamics is known as the effective way of description for any high energy system in the thermodynamic limit. Before the recent stream, it is thought that the hydrodynamic approach can't be applied to small system collisions such as p+Pb or p+p. But, some experiments indicate that this statement is not true. Eventually, people have lead to this notion that hydrodynamic is an asymptotic description and second-order causal hydro equations are good for high energy systems after passing a little time. In this talk, we are going to add ...