Bridging soft-hard transport properties of quark-gluon plasmas with CUJET3.0

@article{Xu2015BridgingST,
  title={Bridging soft-hard transport properties of quark-gluon plasmas with CUJET3.0},
  author={Jiechen Xu and Jinfeng Liao and Miklos Gyulassy},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
  year={2015},
  volume={2016},
  pages={1-50}
}
A bstractA new model (CUJET3.0) of jet quenching in nuclear collisions coupled to bulk data constrained (VISH2+1D) viscous hydrodynamic backgrounds is constructed by generalizing the perturbative QCD based (CUJET2.0) model to include two complementary non-perturbative chromodynamical features of the QCD con_nement cross-over phase transition near Tc ≈ 160 MeV: (1) the suppression of quark and gluon chromo-electric-charged (cec) degrees of freedom and (2) the emergence of chromo-magnetic… 

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