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Anisotropy in MHD turbulence due to a mean magnetic field
The development of anisotropy in an initially isotropic spectrum is studied numerically for two-dimensional magnetohydrodynamic turbulence. The anisotropy develops due to the combined effects of anExpand
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Two-dimensional turbulence
The theory of turbulence in two dimensions is reviewed and unified and a number of hydrodynamic and plasma applications are surveyed. The topics treated include the basic dynamical equations,Expand
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Coming from Behind: On the Effect of Psychological Momentum on Sport Performance
The purpose of the present study was to test the predictions derived from 3 models of Psychological Momentum (PM) regarding the elusive PM-performance relationship. Participants competed in one ofExpand
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High-beta turbulence in two-dimensional magnetohydrodynamics
Incompressible turbulent flows were investigated in the framework of ideal magnetohydrodynamics. Equilibrium canonical distributions are determined in a phase whose coordinates are the real andExpand
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The Fall of the House of Labor: The Workplace, the State, and American Labor Activism, 1865–1925
Acknowledgments Abbreviations used in text and notes Introduction 1. The manager's brain under the workman's cap 2. The common laborer 3. The operative 4. The art of cutting metals 5. White shirtsExpand
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Resident attitudes to tourism development — a comparative study between the Rangitikei, New Zealand and Bakewell, United Kingdom
This paper compares responses made to the same questionnaire by residents in two rural areas, one in New Zealand and the other in the UK. However, the areas are in different stages of the destinationExpand
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Numerical study of the decay of enstrophy in a two-dimensional Navier-Stokes fluid in the limit of very small viscosities
The rate of enstrophy decay in two-dimensional Navier–Stokes turbulence is explored numerically with high resolution pseudospectral simulations. Initial conditions and all other physical parametersExpand
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Shock-like solutions of the electrostatic Vlasov equation.
It is shown how to construct shock-like time independent solutions of the electrostatic Vlasov and Poisson Equations in one dimension. The positive ions are assumed to be at zero temperature. TheExpand
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Relaxation in two dimensions and the "sinh-Poisson" equation
Long‐time states of a turbulent, decaying, two‐dimensional, Navier–Stokes flow are shown numerically to relax toward maximum‐entropy configurations, as defined by the ‘‘sinh‐Poisson’’ equation. TheExpand
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Implications of certain applications of turbulence theory to two-dimensional turbulence and magnetohydrodynamic flow are discussed. It is shown that the use of the Navier-Stokes equation (NSE) forExpand
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