Hot Fluids and Nonlinear Quantum Mechanics
Mahajan
S
M
author
Asenjo
F
A
author
2015
English
A hot relativistic fluid is viewed as a collection of quantum objects that represent interacting elementary particles. We present a conceptual framework for deriving nonlinear equations of motion obeyed by these hypothesized objects. A uniform phenomenological prescription, to affect the quantum transition from a corresponding classical system, is invoked to derive the nonlinear Schrodinger, Klein-Gordon, and Pauli-Schrodinger and Feynman-GellMaan equations. It is expected that the emergent hypothetical nonlinear quantum mechanics would advance, in a fundamental way, both the conceptual understanding and computational abilities, particularly, in the field of extremely high energy-density physics.
Nonlinear quantum mechanics
Fluids
Temperature
High energy density physics
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http://ficpubs.uai.cl/files/419_Mahajan+Asenjo2015.pdf
10.1007/s10773-014-2341-0
Mahajan+Asenjo2015
International Journal Of Theoretical Physics
Int. J. Theor. Phys.
2015
Springer/Plenum Publishers
continuing
periodical
academic journal
54
5
1435
1449
0020-7748