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|Paper IPM / Particles And Accelerator / 15943||
The hadron-quark phase transition in the core of heavy neutron star has been stuided. For the hadronic sector, we have used the lowest order constraint variational (LOCV) method by employing AV18 , AV14, UV14 as well as Reid 68 two-body nucleon-nucleon forces (2BF) supplemented by the phenomenological Urbana-type (UIX) three-body force (TBF). We have adopted the MIT bag model and three-flavor version of Nambu, Jona, Lasinio (NJL) model to describe the quark phase. The Equation of State (EoS) of hybrid star is presented by combining two EoS's of hadronic sector and quark sector of star which are derived from independent models or theories. The hadron- quark transition is constructed by considering a sharp phase transition a.k.n. Maxwell construction. The structure of hybrid star is calculated and reported by solving Tolman-Oppenheimer-Volkoff (TOV) equations. Under MIT bag model, stable hybrid star with pure quark phase, as well as hadron-quark mixture in the core is predicted. Where as, under NJL model, hybrid star in the best case scenario, with a mixed but not pure quark phase in the core is predictable. When the AV18 potential supplemented by the TBF is combined with the MIT bag model, the maximum mass of 1.50 M\odot ( 1.945 M\odot) would be found for a stable hybrid star with pure quark (mixed phase) core; while the maximum mass of 1.998 M\odot would be calculated under NJL model. A comprehensive analysis on the structure has been conducted for various EoS's of the hadron sector and several parameter sets of the quark EoS's. The results achieved in this study are in strong concurrence with the other calculations reported on this subject.
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