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P(t) Dependence of Transverse Flow in Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions
(American Physical Society, 1996)
The strength of transverse flow is examined as a function of transverse momentum p(t) using a simple, transversely moving thermal model and a more realistic, relativistic transport model. It is shown that the p(t) dependence ...
K+ production in baryon-baryon and heavy-ion collisions
(American Physical Society, 1998)
Kaon production cross sections in nucleon-nucleon, nucleon-Delta, and Delta-Delta interactions are studied in a boson exchange model. For the latter two interactions, the exchanged pion can be on-mass shell
Kaon Production from Hot and Dense Matter Formed in Heavy-Ion Collisions
(American Physical Society, 1991)
In heavy-ion collisions, kaons can be produced from baryon-baryon, meson-baryon, and meson-meson interactions. Simple meson-exchange models are introduced to study kaon production from these processes in the free space. ...
Medium Effects on Kaon and Antikaon Spectra in Heavy-Ion Collisions
(American Physical Society, 1993)
In the linear chiral perturbation theory, both kaon and antikaon masses decrease in dense matter. There is also a repulsive vector potential for the kaon and an attractive one for the antikaon. With these effects included ...