ThermInAtor

ThermInAtor is is a Monte Carlo event generator designed for studies of particle production in relativistic heavy-ion collisions performed at such experimental facilities as the SPS, RHIC, or LHC. The program implements the thermal model of particle production with single freeze-out, performing the following tasks:

  • Generation of stable particles and unstable resonances at the chosen freeze-out hypersurface with the local phase-space density of particles given by statistical distribution functions.
  • Subsequent space-time evolution and decays of hadronic resonances.
  • Calculation of the transverse-momentum spectra or other observables.

The code is written in c++ and uses the ROOT environment. It uses the same universal input for particle properties as SHARE.

Official site of the code: http://www.ifj.edu.pl/dept/no4/nz41/therminator/therminator.html

Topic revision: r1 - 2010-07-29 - WlQian
 

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