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On the linear causality and stability of third-order relativistic dissipative fluid dynamics

@inproceedings{Brito2021OnTL,
  title={On the linear causality and stability of third-order relativistic dissipative fluid dynamics},
  author={Carolina Brito and Gabriel S. Denicol},
  year={2021}
}
We analyze the linear causality and stability of third-order fluid dynamics considering perturbations around a global equilibrium state. We investigate the formulation derived from kinetic theory, using the Chapman-Enskog expansion, in PRC 88, 021903 which was shown to be in excellent agreement with solutions of the microscopic theory. From this analysis, we demonstrate that this theory is linearly acausal and unstable and that such instabilities cannot be corrected by tuning the transport… Expand

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