Risto Hänninen

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The phonemic errors of three Finnish Broca's aphasics were analyzed according to various phonological features, frequency of segments, syllable, word, and stress positions, as well as for the phonotactic structure of the uncanonical products. It was found, e.g., that the distance between the syntagmatic error and its source could not be satisfactorily(More)
The vortex filament model has become a standard and powerful tool to visualize the motion of quantized vortices in helium superfluids. In this article, we present an overview of the method and highlight its impact in aiding our understanding of quantum turbulence, particularly superfluid helium. We present an analysis of the structure and arrangement of(More)
Aalto University, P.O. Box 11000, FI-00076 Aalto www.aalto.fi Author Jaakko Hosio Name of the doctoral dissertation Approaching the zero-temperature limit in superfluid dynamics and dissipation Publisher School of Science Unit O.V. Lounasmaa Laboratory Series Aalto University publication series DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 145/2012 Field of research Experimental(More)
In Fermi superfluids, such as superfluid (3)He, the viscous normal component can be considered to be stationary with respect to the container. The normal component interacts with the superfluid component via mutual friction, which damps the motion of quantized vortex lines and eventually couples the superfluid component to the container. With decreasing(More)
Kinetic helicity is one of the invariants of the Euler equations that is associated with the topology of vortex lines within the fluid. In superfluids, the vorticity is concentrated along vortex filaments. In this setting, helicity would be expected to acquire its simplest form. However, the lack of a core structure for vortex filaments appears to result in(More)
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