Kelvin-wave cascade in the vortex filament model

@article{Baggaley2014KelvinwaveCI,
  title={Kelvin-wave cascade in the vortex filament model},
  author={Andrew W. Baggaley and Jason Laurie},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2014},
  volume={89},
  pages={014504}
}
The small-scale energy-transfer mechanism in zero-temperature superfluid turbulence of helium-4 is still a widely debated topic. Currently, the main hypothesis is that weakly nonlinear interacting Kelvin waves (KWs) transfer energy to sufficiently small scales such that energy is dissipated as heat via phonon excitations. Theoretically, there are at least two proposed theories for Kelvin-wave interactions. We perform the most comprehensive numerical simulation of weakly nonlinear interacting… 

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