Quark-Gluon Plasma Fireball Formation in the Environment of Strong Magnetic Field
Using a theoretical model based on quasi-particle, we calculated the free energy evolution of quark-gluon plasma (QGP) in the presence of strong magnetic field generated in the high energy heavy ion collisions. The finite quark mass is used under the assumption of vanishing chemical potential. We found that the size of QGP fireball enhanced and more stable in the presence of strong magnetic field. This indicates that magnetic field plays an important role to describe the dynamics of QGP fireball under suitable conditions. Current results are useful in order to create a finite size of large QGP droplet. We noticed that the current results are also improved as compared to our earlier work where the contribution of magnetic field was neglected at RHIC and LHC. Thus, our results with quasi-particle model are of relevance in connection with the relativistic heavy ion collisions as well as for cosmological quark-hadron phase transition. In near future, experimentalists may provide the data for the existence of QGP fireball at RHIC, LHC and FAIR experiments.
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