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Superfluid-like turbulence in cosmology

Superfluid-like turbulence in cosmology

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Published by Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Batavia, Ill.?], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

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  • Cosmology.

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    Other titlesSuperfluid like turbulence in cosmology.
    StatementBen-Ami Gradwohl.
    SeriesNASA-CR -- 189011., FERMILAB-conf -- 91/239-A., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-189011.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15355157M

    Superfluid turbulence - No viscosity - Vortex lines have fixed circulation and infinitesimal core radius Rotation + axial flow = turbulence Note the growth of Kelvin waves and vortex reconnections Tsubota, Araki & Barenghi, Phys. Rev. Lett. 90, (). Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory P.O. Boz , Batavia, I£ ABSTRACT A network of vortices in a superfluid system exhibits turbulent behavior. We argue that the universe may have experienced such a phase of superfluid-like turbulence due to the existence of a coherent state with non-topological charge and a network of global strings.

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It is argued that the universe may have experienced such a phase of superfluid-like turbulence due to the existence of a coherent state with non-topological charge and a network of global strings.

The author argues that the universe may have experienced such a phase of superfluid-like turbulence due to the existence of a coherent state with non-topological charge and a network of global : Ben-Ami Gradwohl. Get this from a library.

Superfluid-like turbulence in cosmology. [Ben-Ami Gradwohl; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. A network of vortices in a superfluid system exhibits turbulent behavior.

It is argued that the universe may have experienced such a phase of superfluid-like turbulence due to the existence of a coherent state with non-topological charge and a network of global : Ben-Ami Gradwohl.

The primary application is to cosmology, but we also discuss the reduction to the non-relativistic nonlinear Schr\"{o}dinger equation, which is widely used in describing superfluidity and.

Its interest is however not limited to the turbulence context. It turns out that Burgers’ equation can also be used to describe completely different processes such as growth of interface, or even structure formation in the Universe.

It therefore bridges compressible turbulence and : B. Dubrulle. S.N. Fisher, G.R. Pickett, in Progress in Low Temperature Physics, 7 NONMECHANICAL GENERATION OF VORTICITY BY THE KIBBLE-ZUREK MECHANISM DURING A RAPID PHASE TRANSITION.

Superfluid 3 He has many analogies with cosmology. In particular, various predicted defects in space-time have direct analogies with known defects in the superfluid 3 He condensate. Principles of the theory of turbulence in relativistic cosmology are developed.

By averaging Einstein's equations over stochastic fields a self-consistent system of equations is obtained which describes statistically: (1) the influence of the turbulence on the ‘basic state of the Universe (the background) on which the turbulence develops; (2) the behaviour of the turbulence on the Cited by: 4.

Turbulence is ubiquitous in astrophysics, ranging from cosmology, interstellar medium to stars, supernovae, accretion disks, etc. Large scales and small viscosities combine to form large Reynolds numbers. Because it is not possible in a single article to review all the above scenarios, we limit ourselves to stars, in which thermal instabilities give rise to turbulent convection as the dominant Cited by:   A model employing such reconnections was able to account for turbulence in a superfluid [ 15 ].

(Right) These reconnections can create Kelvin waves in which a vortex line oscillates about an equilibrium position like a plucked string (the rightmost wavy vortex compared to the undisturbed filament to its left).

This interesting book provides the physical and mathematical background for a theory describing the universe as a quantum superfluid, and how dark energy and dark matter arise. Presenting a novel theory spanning many different fields in physics, the key concepts in each field are introduced.

Abstract The universe may have undergone a superfluid-like phase during its evolution, resulting from the injection of nontopological charge into the spontaneously broken vacuum. In the presence of vortices this charge is identified with angular momentum.

This leads to turbulent domains on the scale of the correlation : Ben-Ami Gradwohl. This book is primarily concerned with turbulence in superfluid helium. Quantized vorticity has traditionally generated great interest among physicists but there are now also important engineering applications, such as liquid helium cooling of superconducting : Hardcover.

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