**Anisotropic Hydrodynamics**

by Michael Strickland

**Publisher**: arXiv 2014**Number of pages**: 46

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In this paper, I review the material presented in a series of three introductory lectures. I review the derivation of ideal and second-order viscous hydrodynamics from kinetic theory. I then show how to extend the methods used to a system that can be highly anisotropic in local-rest-frame momenta. I close by discussing recent work on this topic and then present an outlook to the future.

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