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Arpan Das
Arpan Das
Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences (IFJ PAN), Krakow, Poland.
Verified email at ifj.edu.pl
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Effects of magnetic field on plasma evolution in relativistic heavy-ion collisions
A Das, SS Dave, PS Saumia, AM Srivastava
Physical Review C 96 (3), 034902, 2017
792017
Confronting nuclear equation of state in the presence of dark matter using GW170817 observation in relativistic mean field theory approach
A Das, T Malik, AC Nayak
Physical Review D 99 (4), 043016, 2019
562019
Transport coefficients of hot and dense hadron gas in a magnetic field: a relaxation time approach
A Das, H Mishra, RK Mohapatra
Physical Review D 100 (11), 114004, 2019
462019
Electrical conductivity and Hall conductivity of a hot and dense quark gluon plasma in a magnetic field: A quasiparticle approach
A Das, H Mishra, RK Mohapatra
Physical Review D 101 (3), 034027, 2020
452020
Electrical conductivity and Hall conductivity of a hot and dense hadron gas in a magnetic field: A relaxation time approach
A Das, H Mishra, RK Mohapatra
Physical Review D 99 (9), 094031, 2019
442019
Dark matter admixed neutron star properties in light of gravitational wave observations: A two fluid approach
A Das, T Malik, AC Nayak
Physical Review D 105 (12), 123034, 2022
272022
Canonical and phenomenological formulations of spin hydrodynamics
A Daher, A Das, W Florkowski, R Ryblewski
Physical Review C 108 (2), 024902, 2023
262023
Dynamics of QCD matter—current status
A Jaiswal, N Haque, A Abhishek, R Abir, A Bandyopadhyay, K Banu, ...
International Journal of Modern Physics E 30 (02), 2130001, 2021
242021
Equivalence between first-order causal and stable hydrodynamics and Israel-Stewart theory for boost-invariant systems with a constant relaxation time
A Das, W Florkowski, J Noronha, R Ryblewski
Physics Letters B 806, 135525, 2020
232020
Magneto-Seebeck coefficient and Nernst coefficient of a hot and dense hadron gas
A Das, H Mishra, RK Mohapatra
Physical Review D 102 (1), 014030, 2020
212020
Thermoelectric effect and Seebeck coefficient for hot and dense hadronic matter
JR Bhatt, A Das, H Mishra
Physical Review D 99 (1), 014015, 2019
212019
Pseudogauge dependence of quantum fluctuations of the energy in a hot relativistic gas of fermions
A Das, W Florkowski, R Ryblewski, R Singh
Physical Review D 103 (9), L091502, 2021
192021
Aceclofenac-loaded unsaturated esterified alginate/gellan gum microspheres
S Jana, A Das, AK Nayak, KK Sen, SK Basu
vitro and in vivo assessment. International Journal of Biological …, 2013
182013
Correspondence between Israel-Stewart and first-order casual and stable hydrodynamics for the boost-invariant massive case with zero baryon density
A Das, W Florkowski, R Ryblewski
Physical Review D 102 (3), 031501, 2020
172020
Relativistic second-order spin hydrodynamics: An entropy-current analysis
R Biswas, A Daher, A Das, W Florkowski, R Ryblewski
Physical Review D 108 (1), 014024, 2023
152023
Chiral susceptibility in the Nambu–Jona-Lasinio model: A Wigner function approach
A Das, D Kumar, H Mishra
Physical Review D 100 (9), 094030, 2019
152019
Stability studies of first-order spin-hydrodynamic frameworks
A Daher, A Das, R Ryblewski
Physical Review D 107 (5), 054043, 2023
132023
Effects of phase transition induced density fluctuations on pulsar dynamics
P Bagchi, A Das, B Layek, AM Srivastava
Physics Letters B 747, 120-124, 2015
122015
Text-dependent speaker-recognition using one-pass dynamic programming
V Ram, A Das, V Kumar
Proc. ICASSP’06, 901-904, 2006
122006
Boost invariant spin hydrodynamics within the first order in derivative expansion
R Biswas, A Daher, A Das, W Florkowski, R Ryblewski
Physical Review D 107 (9), 094022, 2023
102023
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