Relativistic heavy ion collisions vis-à-vis formation of quark-gluon plasma (QGP) and its implications have been very excited field of research  -  and are going to remain very active for a long time . For a detailed study, text books and review articles on the subject, references are given in . In fact, the J/Ψ suppression has been theoretically argued  as an important signal for the formation of QGP in the collision experiments. As the science of small is deeply connected with the science of large, the study of J/Ψ suppression in the evolution of QGP in such experiments has many implications in astroparticle physics and cosmological evolution as well.
In the present work, we consider ellipsoidal evolution and use exponential type temperature profile function. In the next section, we briefly outline various theoretical works on the understanding of J/Ψ suppression. In Section 3, we compute the suppression rate within the framework of the present model. Results are discussed and summarized in Section 4.
2. Various Theoretical Approaches
The formation and evolution of QGP in the relativistic heavy ion collisions is well described within the framework of Bjorken hydrodynamical evolution model  in terms of thermodynamical variables, namely temperature (T), entropy density (s), energy density (ε), etc. The probability of disintegration is related to survival probability (S) which is given  by
In all the works on the J/Ψ suppression, survival probability has been calculated by parameterizing the thermodynamical quantities, namely the entropy density s , energy density ε , and temperature function T   respectively as
where R is the projectile radius, a’ is a free parameter , b is a parameter fixed as 1/3 , and is a parameter which is a measure of steepness of the fall of temperature along z-direction . In all the works except , the dependence of S on transverse momentum pT has been calculated in the non transparent manner while in  a cylindrical interaction volume is considered and J/Ψ suppression has been studied. However, in the present work, we make an attempt to consider an ellipsoidal interaction volume and compute the survival probability of J/Ψ suppression which is described in the next section.
3. Present Model
In this section, we consider ellipsoidal evolution in both time and three dimensional space within the framework of hydrodynamical model for QGP. It is pertinent to mention here that ellipsoidal evolution has been used in physical sciences and other branches of science      and in other branches of science also it is being widely used  . We feel that nature follows ellipsoidal evolution in most of the cases. Here, we use the concept of temperature density normalized to unity over the plasma volume    and compute the survival probability S as a function of pL and pT respectively.
For ellipsoidal symmetry, the four dimensional temperature profile function, in general, can be written as
where is a function of time and z axis along the collision direction; is a function of x, y and z; and is a function of x and y in the transverse plane in the ellipsoidal interaction volume under consideration. Here we have considered various functions as
where , and are measure of steepness of the fall of temperature along z, x and y directions. Here, , with and are radius of colliding nuclei and b1 and b2 are parameters. The time dependence of the temperature profile function given in Equation (3) is in accordance with the scaling law  . We normalize the temperature profile function to unity over the ellipsoidal plasma volume as
where is an ellipsoidal evolution volume element. Equations (3) and (4) lead to
Solving integrals in Equation (6), we obtain the normalization constant as
where a, b and c are along x, y and z directions respectively; h within sine and cosine hyperbolic functions represents z co-ordinate such that x varies from to ; y varies from to and z varies from −c to +c. The plasma evolution ellipsoidal volume, where the area .
Therefore, the temperature profile function becomes
As momentum is the conjugate of position vector , we take the Fourier transforms of in Equation (3) with respect to which finally leads to and dependences of survival probability S. Therefore, we write
From Equation (9), we obtain
where , , with , , and .
Therefore, we obtain
From Equation (11), we obtain the value of and . When , we obtain an expression for and the expression for is obtained by taking . The obtained expressions  are
The expression for survival probability S of the J/Ψ suppression in the relativistic heavy ion collisions is obtained by substituting the value of and from Equations (12) and (13) in Equation (1). It is to be noted here that Equation (5) ensures the dimensionless character of and given in Equations (12) and (13) and subsequently that of S in Equation (1). It is seen that the expression for suppression rate of momentum along longitudinal direction in the ellipsoidal evolution remains the same as that in cylindrical evolution, i.e. Equation (13) is the same as Equation (6) in . But the expression for suppression rate of momentum along transverse direction in the ellipsoidal evolution given by Equation (12) does not remain the same as obtained by others    . That is transverse momentum evolution is different in ellipsoidal flow than in other types of evolution considered, namely the spherical or, the cylindrical evolutions. However, the expression for suppression rate of momentum along transverse direction in the cylindrical and spherical evolutions can be reproduced simply by substituting a = b and a = b = c respectively in Equation (12). That is, the previous calculations are special cases of the present work. In order to understand the data of the J/Ψ suppression completely we argue that it is necessary to understand together the suppression rate of momentum along the longitudinal direction and the transverse direction. The total energy can be obtained by using Equation (3). In fact, by substituting the value of from Equation (3) in the energy density equation , one can obtain the expression for suppression rate of energy density along the longitudinal and transverse directions. The total energy can also be obtained from the equation, .
4. Discussion and Summary
Within the framework of the Bjorken hydrodynamical model we have tried to understand the time and space evolution of QGP by considering ellipsoidal flow of the fluid and exponential fall of temperature in longitudinal and transverse directions. In the present work we have calculated the J/Ψ suppression in the relativistic heavy ion collisions not only of transverse momentum but also of longitudinal momentum . Presently available data  -  are not sufficient for longitudinal momentum for comparison with our predicted results. Therefore further experimental works for extracting the information on this aspect are desirable. In fact, the study of the survival probability with respect to and dependences together will throw light for the complete understanding of the phenomenon of J/Ψ suppression. It is to note here that from the results thus obtained, one can also calculate the dependence of J/Ψ suppression with transverse and longitudinal energy density by using the relation between energy density and the corresponding temperature, , and the results can be compared with the experimental data which we hope to address in the upcoming research works.
The author is greatly benefited from discussion with Professor H. Satz at T I F R and he wishes to express his gratitude to him. Author also wishes to thank Prof. R. S. Kaushal and Prof. Permanand for discussions. The author also wishes to thank the management of PCCS, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University, India where the author worked for quite a long time, i.e. from November 24, 1999 to October 03, 2018 forenoon. Thanks are also due to the Head of the Department of Physics, Dean of the School of Basic Sciences and Research, and Dean, RTDC, Sharda University for providing the facilities to complete the work. The author also wishes to thank Prof. Ashok Kumar and Suvrat Karn for helping me in the typing work.
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