Nuclear Physics and Atomic Energy

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Nuclear Physics and Atomic Energy

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Nucl. Phys. At. Energy 2023, volume 24, issue 2, pages 87-92.
Section: Nuclear Physics.
Received: 30.12.2022; Accepted: 09.05.2023; Published online: 19.06.2023.
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https://doi.org/10.15407/jnpae2023.02.087

Space-time picture and observables in heavy ion collisions at the Large Hadron Collider energies

Yu. M. Sinyukov1,2,*, V. M. Shapoval1, M. D. Adzhymambetov1

1 Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
2 Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland


*Corresponding author. E-mail address: sinyukov@bitp.kiev.ua

Abstract: In the present work, we combine and systemize the results of our recent research activity aiming to reveal the spatiotemporal structure of those extremely hot, dense, and rapidly expanding systems, which form in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions, as well as to reproduce in computer simulations the experimentally measured bulk observables. The latter include hadronic yields, particle number ratios, transverse momentum spectra, νn coefficients, and the femtoscopy scales, calculated for different collision energies within the integrated hydrokinetic model. We investigate how our simulation results depend on the model tuning, in particular, the utilized equation of state for quark-gluon matter and discuss the effect of the post-hydrodynamic stage of the system's evolution on the observables formation.

Keywords: ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions, particle yields, transverse momentum spectra, femtoscopy scales.

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