Turbulent flows for relativistic conformal fluids in 2+1 dimensions

  title={Turbulent flows for relativistic conformal fluids in 2+1 dimensions},
  author={F. Carrasco and L. Lehner and R. Myers and Oscar A. Reula and A. Singh},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  • F. Carrasco, L. Lehner, +2 authors A. Singh
  • Published 2012
  • Physics
  • Physical Review D
  • We demonstrate that relativistic conformal hydrodynamics in 2+1 dimensions displays a turbulent behaviour which cascades energy to longer wavelengths on both flat and spherical manifolds. Our motivation for this study is to understand the implications for gravitational solutions through the AdS/CFT correspondence. The observed behaviour implies gravitational perturbations of the corresponding black brane/black hole spacetimes (for sufficiently large scales/temperatures) will display a similar… CONTINUE READING
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