Interplay between soft and hard hadronic components for identified hadrons in relativistic heavy ion collisions

@article{Hirano2004InterplayBS,
  title={Interplay between soft and hard hadronic components for identified hadrons in relativistic heavy ion collisions},
  author={Tetsufumi Hirano and Yasushi Nara},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  year={2004},
  volume={69},
  pages={034908}
}
We investigate the transverse dynamics in Au+Au collisions at \sqrt{s_NN}=200 GeV by emphasis upon the interplay between soft and hard components through p_T dependences of particle spectra, ratios of yields, suppression factors, and elliptic flow for identified hadrons. From hydrodynamics combined with traversing minijets which go through jet quenching in the hot medium, we calculate interactions of hard jets with the soft hydrodynamic components. It is shown by the explicit dynamical… 
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