Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 60 Issue 4 April 2003 pp 739-752
Measurements of azimuthal distribution of inclusive photons using the fine granularity pre-shower photon multiplicity detector (PMD) at CERN SPS are used to obtain anisotropy in the azimuthal distributions. These results are used to estimate the anisotropy in the neutral pion distributions. The results are compared with results of charged particle data, both for first order and second order anisotropy. Assuming the same anisotropy for charged and neutral pions, the anisotropy in photons is estimated and compared with the measured anisotropy. The effect of neutral pion decay on the correlation between the first order and the second order event plane is also discussed. Data from PMD can also be used to estimate the reaction plane for studying any anisotropy in particle emission characteristics in the ALICE experiment at the large hadron collider (LHC). In particular, we show that using the event plane from the PMD, it will be possible to measure the anisotropy in
Volume 67 Issue 5 November 2006 pp 961-981
Munshi G Mustafa Sudhir Raniwala T Awes B Rai RS Bhalerao JG Contreras RV Gavai SK Ghosh P Jaikumar GC Mishra AP Mishra H Mishra B Mohanty J Nayak J-Y Ollitrault SC Phatak L Ramello R Ray PK Sahu AM Srivastava DK Srivastava VK Tiwari
This is the report of Heavy Ion Physics and Quark-Gluon Plasma at WHEPP-09 which was part of Working Group-4. Discussion and work on some aspects of quark-gluon plasma believed to have created in heavy-ion collisions and in early Universe are reported.
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