Adiabatic hydrodynamics: the eightfold way to dissipation

@article{Haehl2015AdiabaticHT,
  title={Adiabatic hydrodynamics: the eightfold way to dissipation},
  author={Felix M. Haehl and R. Loganayagam and Mukund Rangamani},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
  year={2015},
  volume={2015},
  pages={1-214}
}
A bstractHydrodynamics is the low-energy effective field theory of any interacting quantum theory, capturing the long-wavelength fluctuations of an equilibrium Gibbs densitymatrix. Conventionally, one views the effective dynamics in terms of the conserved currents, which should be expressed via the constitutive relations in terms of the fluid velocity and the intensive parameters such as the temperature, chemical potential, etc. . . However, not all constitutive relations are acceptable; one… 

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