Boltzmann equation with a nonlocal collision term and the resultant dissipative fluid dynamics

  title={Boltzmann equation with a nonlocal collision term and the resultant dissipative fluid dynamics},
  author={Amaresh Jaiswal and Rajeev Bhalerao and Subrata Pal},
  journal={Journal of Physics: Conference Series},
Starting with the relativistic Boltzmann equation where the collision term was generalized to include gradients of the phase-space distribution function, we recently presented a new derivation of the equations for the relativistic dissipative fluid dynamics. We compared them with the corresponding equations obtained in the standard Israel-Stewart and related approaches. Our method generates all the second-order terms that are allowed by symmetry, some of which have been missed by the… 

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