A Note on Shell Models for MHD Turbulence

@inproceedings{Giuliani1998ANO,
  title={A Note on Shell Models for MHD Turbulence},
  author={Paolo Giuliani and Vincenzo Carbone},
  year={1998}
}
– We investigate the time evolution of two different (GOY-like) shell models which have been recently proposed to describe the gross features of MHD turbulence. We see that, even if they are formally of the same type sharing with MHD equations quadratic couplings and conserved quantities, differences exist which are related to conserved quantities. One of the striking features of turbulence in fluid flows is the existence of an energy cascade from large to small scales, which is usually… CONTINUE READING
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