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Sub-Atomic Soup Of Gluons And Quarks. Lqcd Approximation.


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#1 rhertz

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Posted 14 June 2019 - 09:28 PM

Lattice QCD use discrete units of space and time to create a 3D grid, at which the QCD equations are solved

numerically, not analitically. But it requires increasing computing power to model smaller time and space units.

An article from 2010 told about a consortium of 7 laboratories to develop the software and hardware to analyze

a 256x1083 lattice (PetaQCD Project).

 

This animated GIF is from a project from the CSSM lab, at the University of Adelaide (Australia).

The gluonic soup is in light blue, and quarks appear and dissapear, as well as the gluon blobs.

I don't know the scale of time used for this representation.


Edited by rhertz, 18 June 2019 - 07:55 PM.


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Posted 28 June 2019 - 04:16 AM

Lattice QCD use discrete units of space and time to create a 3D grid, at which the QCD equations are solved

numerically, not analitically. But it requires increasing computing power to model smaller time and space units.

An article from 2010 told about a consortium of 7 laboratories to develop the software and hardware to analyze

a 256x1083 lattice (PetaQCD Project).

 

This animated GIF is from a project from the CSSM lab, at the University of Adelaide (Australia).

The gluonic soup is in light blue, and quarks appear and dissapear, as well as the gluon blobs.

I don't know the scale of time used for this representation.

Is this what you were referencing