We study the flux-tube solution in the dual Ginzburg-Landau (DGL) theory and apply it to the understanding of quark-gluon-plasma (QGP) formation in the ultra-relativistic heavy ion collision as the multi-flux-tube system. It is concluded that the annihilation process of two flux-tubes can contribute to the QGP formation with the energy deposition $\sim 4 GeV/fm^3$. Furthermore, we study the glueball as the flux-tube ring by combining the DGL theory with the string theory, and find the mass and the size as $\sim 1.2 GeV$ and $\sim 0.22 fm$, respectively.
Innovative Computational Methods in Nuclear Many-Body Problems, Towards a New Generation of Physics in Finite Quantum Systems (INNOCOM97)
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- High Energy Physics - Phenomenology
- Talk presented by Y. Koma at ``INNOCOM '97'', XVII RCNP the International Symposium on Innovative Computational Methods in Nuclear Many-Body Problems, 10 - 15 November 1997, in Osaka, Japan, 3 pages, Plain Latex