Agam K Jha
Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 68 Issue 5 May 2007 pp 757-768 Research Articles
The interfacial surface tension of a quark-gluon plasma ﬁreball in a hadronic medium
R Ramanathan K K Gupta Agam K Jha S S Singh
We calculate the interfacial surface tension of a QGP-ﬁreball in a hadronic medium in the Ramanathan
Volume 74 Issue 1 January 2010 pp 27-37 Research Articles
Effect of curvature on a statistical model of quark-gluon-plasma fireball in the hadronic medium
S Somorendro Singh D S Gosain Yogesh Kumar Agam K Jha
The free energy of a quark-gluon plasma fireball in the hadronic medium is calculated in the Ramanathan et al statistical model after incorporating the effect of curvature. The result with the inclusion of curvature is found to produce significant improvements in all the parameters we calculated with respect to the earlier results. The surface tension with this curvature effect is found to be $0.17 T_{c}^{3}$ , which is two times the earlier value of surface tension which is $0.078 T_{c}^{3}$ , and this new result is nearly close to the lattice value $0.24 T_{c}^{3}$. As far as transition is concerned, a thermodynamic variable like entropy shows weakly first-order phase transition and it shows continuity in the behaviour of specific heat.
Volume 78 Issue 5 May 2012 pp 719-728 Research Articles
Nucleation rate of the quark-gluon plasma droplet at ﬁnite quark chemical potential
D S Gosain S Somorendro Singh Agam K Jha
The nucleation rate of quark-gluon plasma (QGP) droplet is computed at ﬁnite quark chemical potential. In the course of computing the nucleation rate, the ﬁnite size effects of the QGP droplet are taken into account. We consider the phenomenological ﬂow parameter of quarks and gluons, which is dependent on quark chemical potential and we calculate the nucleation rate of the QGP droplet with this parameter. While calculating the nucleation rate, we ﬁnd that for low values of quark phenomenological parameter $\gamma q$, nucleation rate is negligible and when $\gamma_q$ increases, nucleation rate increases signiﬁcantly.
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