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Duke University Chiho NONAKA in Collaboration with Masayuki Asakawa (Kyoto University) Hydrodynamical Evolution near the QCD Critical End Point November, Flow and QGP properties, BNL

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C.NONAKA 11/19/ Critical End Point in QCD ? Critical End Point in QCD ? NJL model (Nf = 2) Lattice QCD K. Yazaki and M.Asakawa., NPA 1989 Suggestions 2SC CF L T RHIC GSI Critical end point Imaginary chemical potential Forcrand and Philipsen hep-lat/ Reweighting Z. Fodor and S. D. Katz (JHEP 0203 (2002) 014)

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C.NONAKA 11/19/ Phenomenological Consequence ? Phenomenological Consequence ? Divergence of Fluctuation Correlation Length critical end point M. Stephanov, K. Rajagopal, and E.Shuryak, PRL81 (1998) 4816 Still we need to study EOS Focusing Dynamics (Time Evolution) Hadronic Observables : NOT directly reflect properties at E Fluctuation, Collective Flow If expansion is adiabatic.

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C.NONAKA 11/19/ How to Construct EOS with CEP? Assumption Critical behavior dominates in a large region near end point Near QCD end point singular part of EOS Mapping Matching with known QGP and Hadronic entropy density Thermodynamical quantities EOS with CEP r h T QGP Hadronic 3d Ising Model Same Universality Class QCD

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C.NONAKA 11/19/ EOS of 3-d Ising Model Parametric Representation of EOS Guida and Zinn-Justin NPB486(97)626 h : external magnetic field QCD Mapping T r h

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C.NONAKA 11/19/ Thermodynamical Quantities Singular Part of EOS near Critical Point Gibbs free energy Entropy density Matching Entropy density Thermodynamical quantities Baryon number density, pressure, energy density r h T QGP Hadronic

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C.NONAKA 11/19/ Equation of State CEP Entropy Density Baryon number density

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C.NONAKA 11/19/ Focusing and CEP

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C.NONAKA 11/19/ Comparison with Bag + Excluded Volume EOS Comparison with Bag + Excluded Volume EOS With End Point Bag Model + Excluded Volume Approximation (No End Point) Focused Not Focused = Usual Hydro Calculation n /s trajectories in T- plane B

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C.NONAKA 11/19/ Sound Velocity Clear difference between n /s=0.01 and 0.03 B Effect on Time Evolution Collective flow EOS Sound velocity along n /s B /L TOTAL /L TOTAL

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C.NONAKA 11/19/ Slowing out of Equilibrium Slowing out of Equilibrium B. Berdnikov and K. Rajagopal, Phys. Rev. D61 (2000) Berdnikov and Rajagopal’s Schematic Argument along r = const. line Correlation length longer than eq h faster (shorter) expansion r h slower (longer) expansion Effect of Focusing on ? Focusing Time evolution : Bjorken’s solution along n B /s fm, T 0 = 200 MeV eq

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C.NONAKA 11/19/ Correlation Length (I) Widom’s scaling low eq depends on n /s. Max. Trajectories pass through the region where is large. (focusing) eq B r h

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C.NONAKA 11/19/ Correlation Length (II) time evolution (1-d) Model C (Halperin RMP49(77)435) is larger than at Tf. Differences among s on n /s are small. In 3-d, the difference between and becomes large due to transverse expansion. eq B

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C.NONAKA 11/19/ Consequences in Experiment (I) CERES:Nucl.Phys.A727(2003)97 Fluctuations CERES 40,80,158 AGeV Pb+Au collisions No unusually large fluctuation CEP exists in near RHIC energy region ? Mean P T Fluctuation

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C.NONAKA 11/19/ Consequences in Experiment (II) Xu and Kaneta, nucl-ex/ (QM2001) Kinetic Freeze-out Temperature J. Cleymans and K. Redlich, PRC, 1999 ? Low T comes from large flow. f ? Entropy density EOS with CEP EOS with CEP gives the natural explanation to the behavior of T. f

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C.NONAKA 11/19/ CEP and Its Consequences Realistic hydro calculation with CEP Future task Slowing out of equilibrium Large fluctuation Freeze out temperature at RHIC Fluctuation Its Consequences Focusing

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