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Emergent Hydrodynamic Turbulence from Wave Turbulence

@inproceedings{Filho2021EmergentHT,
  title={Emergent Hydrodynamic Turbulence from Wave Turbulence},
  author={Marcos Antonio Batista dos Batista dos Santos Filho and Francisco Ednilson Alves dos Santos},
  year={2021}
}
Bose–Einstein condensates with their superfluidity property provide an interesting parallel to classical fluids. Due to the Kolmogorov spectrum of homogeneous turbulence the statistics of the incompressible velocity field is of great interest, but in superfluids the velocity field is quite complicated therefore most of the work done has been numerical in nature. We leveraged the Weak Wave Turbulence (WWT) theory to obtain the statistics of the velocity field which allowed us to produce a semi… 

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