Hadrons anti-hadrons production in reaction planes in relativistic heavy ion collisions on two common event generators: HIJING and HYDJET++
Cairo University, Faculty of Science, Physics Department, Giza, Egypt
Published online: 26 June 2017
The study of hadron production in heavy ion collisions provides the researcher with valuable techniques to investigate the properties of quark gluon plasma (QGP). The hadron and anti-hadron production in the reaction plane, at relativistic heavy ion collisions are studied for the energy per nucleon available at the RHIC-STAR experiment of ∘ _(sNN) = 200 GeV. In order to test the models used for hadron and anti-hadron production, two common event generators (HIJING1.35 and HYDJET+ +2.0.2), established on Monte Carlo techniques, are discussed for hadron and anti-hadron production in the reaction plane for heavy ions 197Au79 −197Au79 collisions at √ ___SNN = 200 GeV. We find that, HYDJET+ + 2.0.2 is more realistic in comparing the results of simulations with those of the experimental data published by the STAR-Collaboration.
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