Analytic solutions of relativistic dissipative spin hydrodynamics with radial expansion in Gubser flow

@article{Wang2022AnalyticSO,
  title={Analytic solutions of relativistic dissipative spin hydrodynamics with radial expansion in Gubser flow},
  author={Dong-lin Wang and Xin Xie and Shuo Fang and Shi Pu},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2022}
}
We have derived the analytic solutions of dissipative relativistic spin hydrodynamics with Gubser expansion. Following the standard strategy of deriving the solutions in a Gubser flow, we take the Weyl rescaling and obtain the energy-momentum and angular momentum conversation equations in the dS 3 × R space-time. We then derive the analytic solutions of spin density, spin potential and other thermodynamic in dS 3 × R space-time and transform them back into Minkowski space-time R 3 , 1 . In the… 

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