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Renormalization group and anomalous scaling in a simple model of passive scalar advection in compressible flow.
Field theoretical renormalization group methods are applied to a simple model of a passive scalar quantity advected by the Gaussian non-solenoidal (``compressible'') velocity field with theExpand
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Renormalization group, operator expansion, and anomalous scaling in a simple model of turbulent diffusion
Using the renormalization group method and the operator expansion in the Obukhov-Kraichnan model that describes the intermixing of a passive scalar admixture by a random Gaussian field of velocitiesExpand
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Improved kinetic description of fast relaxation of cylindrical micelles
Abstract On the basis of the linearized analytical and numerical kinetic description of stepwise aggregation of surfactant aggregates, the hierarchical relaxation times have been found for aExpand
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Infrared properties of an anisotropically driven MHD turbulence
The model of anisotropic magnetohydrodynamic turbulence is investigated by the renormalization group approach. It is demonstrated that the inclusion of small anisotropy into the model leads toExpand
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Renormalization group in the infinite-dimensional turbulence: third-order results
The field theoretic renormalization group is applied to the stochastic Navier–Stokes equation with the stirring force correlator of the form k4−d−2e in the d-dimensional space, in connection with theExpand
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Analytical description of molecular mechanism of fast relaxation of spherical micelles with the extended Becker–Döring differential equation
Abstract To improve and expand kinetic analysis of fast relaxation (via attachments and detachments of surfactant molecules) in an ensemble of spherical micelles in surfactant solutions, a generalExpand
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Supersaturated vapor recondensation: Analytical theories and numerical calculation
The time dependences of droplet size within the period from the end of nucleation until the onset of asymptotic regime of recondensation are determined by the numerical integration of equationsExpand
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Dispersion of the speed of sound and absorption in the vicinity of the liquid-gas critical point: Renormalization-group calculation in the two-loop approximation
The renormalization group method to second order in the ε expansion is used to calculate the singular parts of the absorption and dispersion of the speed of sound on the critical isochor above Tc. WeExpand
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