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Interactive desktop analysis of high resolution simulations: application to turbulent plume dynamics and current sheet formation

- J. Clyne, P. Mininni, A. Norton, M. Rast
- Physics
- 1 August 2007

The ever increasing processing capabilities of the supercomputers available to computational scientists today, combined with the need for higher and higher resolution computational grids, has… Expand

A hybrid MPI-OpenMP scheme for scalable parallel pseudospectral computations for fluid turbulence

- P. Mininni, D. Rosenberg, Y. R. Reddy, A. Pouquet
- Computer ScienceParallel Comput.
- 23 March 2010

Shell-to-shell energy transfer in magnetohydrodynamics. I. Steady state turbulence.

- A. Alexakis, P. Mininni, A. Pouquet
- PhysicsPhysical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 26 May 2005

We investigate the transfer of energy from large scales to small scales in fully developed forced three-dimensional magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) turbulence by analyzing the results of direct numerical… Expand

On the Inverse Cascade of Magnetic Helicity

- A. Alexakis, P. Mininni, A. Pouquet
- Physics
- 8 September 2005

We study the inverse cascade of magnetic helicity in conducting fluids, as pertinent to the generation and dynamics of magnetic fields as observed, e.g., in the solar corona, by investigating the… Expand

The interplay between helicity and rotation in turbulence: implications for scaling laws and small-scale dynamics

- A. Pouquet, P. Mininni
- PhysicsPhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A…
- 23 October 2009

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Scale interactions and scaling laws in rotating flows at moderate Rossby numbers and large Reynolds numbers

- P. Mininni, A. Alexakis, A. Pouquet
- Physics, Environmental Science
- 25 February 2008

The effect of rotation is considered to become important when the Rossby number is sufficiently small, as is the case in many geophysical and astrophysical flows. Here we present direct numerical… Expand

Finite dissipation and intermittency in magnetohydrodynamics.

- P. Mininni, A. Pouquet
- PhysicsPhysical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 19 March 2009

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Numerical study of dynamo action at low magnetic Prandtl numbers.

- Y. Ponty, P. Mininni, D. Montgomery, J. Pinton, H. Politano, A. Pouquet
- PhysicsPhysical review letters
- 7 October 2004

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Turbulent cascades, transfer, and scale interactions in magnetohydrodynamics

- A. Alexakis, P. Mininni, A. Pouquet
- Physics
- 31 August 2007

The nature of the interactions between different scales in magneto- hydrodynamic (MHD) turbulence is important for the understanding of the behaviour of magnetized astrophysical, geophysical and… Expand

Preferential concentration of heavy particles in turbulence

- M. Obligado, T. Teitelbaum, A. Cartellier, P. Mininni, M. Bourgoin
- Physics
- 7 April 2014

Particle-laden flows are of relevant interest in many industrial and natural systems. When the carrier flow is turbulent, a striking feature is the phenomenon called preferential concentration:… Expand

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