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Energy Cascade in Quantum Gases

  title={Energy Cascade in Quantum Gases},
  author={Tin-Lun Ho and X. Y. Yin},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Gases},
  • T. Ho, X. Yin
  • Published 31 October 2016
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Quantum Gases
Energy cascade is ubiquitous in systems far from equilibrium. Facilitated by particle interactions and external forces, it can lead to highly complex phenomena like fully developed turbulence, characterized by power law velocity correlation functions. Yet despite decades of research, how these power laws emerge from first principle remains unclear. Recently, experiments show that when a Bose condensate is subjected to periodic shaking, its momentum distribution exhibits a power law behavior… 
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