• Corpus ID: 209140326

Explosive Development of the Quantum Kelvin-Helmholtz Instability on the He-II Free Surface

@article{Zubarev2019ExplosiveDO,
  title={Explosive Development of the Quantum Kelvin-Helmholtz Instability on the He-II Free Surface},
  author={Nikolay M. Zubarev and Pavel M. Lushnikov},
  journal={arXiv: Fluid Dynamics},
  year={2019}
}
We analyze nonlinear dynamics of the Kelvin-Helmholtz quantum instability of the He-II free surface, which evolves during counterpropagation of the normal and superfluid components of liquid helium. It is shown that in the vicinity of the linear stability threshold, the evolution of the boundary is described by the $|\phi|^4$ Klein-Gordon equation for the complex amplitude of the excited wave with cubic nonlinearity. It is important that for any ratio of the densities of the helium component… 

Figures from this paper

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 30 REFERENCES

The Universe in a Helium Droplet

2. GRAVITY 7. MICROSCOPIC PHYSICS 13. TOPOLOGY OF DEFECTS 18. ANOMALOUS NON-CONSERVATION OF FERMIONIC CHARGE 22. EDGE STATES AND FERMION ZERO MODES ON SOLITON 26. LANDAU CRITICAL VELOCITY 29. CASIMIR

and a at

The xishacorene natural products are structurally unique apolar diterpenoids that feature a bicyclo[3.3.1] framework. These secondary metabolites likely arise from the well-studied, structurally

Theor

  • Phys. 81, 332
  • 1995

Europhys

  • Letters 16, 673
  • 1991

Proceedings of the Royal Society of London A: Mathematical

  • Physical and Engineering Sciences 365, 105
  • 1979

JETP Letters 62

  • 461
  • 1995

Low Temp

  • Phys. 38, 1013
  • 2012

Phys

  • Rev. B. 94, 174504
  • 2016

Phys

  • 44, 1005
  • 2018

Phys

  • Usp. 54, 1203
  • 2011