Vortices and Turbulence at Very Low Temperatures

Vortices and Turbulence at Very Low Temperatures

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Recent investigations have highlighted the similarities between turbulence in cryogenic fluids at temperatures close to absolute zero, in particular superfluid helium, and turbulence in ordinary fluids. This book contains lectures on various theoretical and experimental aspects of the problem given by experts at the advanced school a€œVortices and Turbulence at Low Temperaturesa€ held at CISM, Udine, in the summer of 2007. The lectures provide an introduction into this rapidly expanding area of research. The book is suitable to PhD students and young researchers starting their career as well as established researchers in either low temperature physics or fluid mechanics who are interested in this problem.1.2 The Dilution Refrigerator Figure 1.2.1 shows a schematic diagram of a dilution refrigerator. It operates by circulating 3He across a phase boundary formed in a liquid mixture of 3He and 4He located in the a#39;mixing chambera#39; at the bottom ofanbsp;...

Title:Vortices and Turbulence at Very Low Temperatures
Author: Carlo Barenghi, Yuri Sergeev
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2009-07-25

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