- Ensemble-free configurational temperature for spin systems

Author(s): G. Palma, G. Gutiérrez, and S. DavisAn estimator for the dynamical temperature in an arbitrary ensemble is derived in the framework of the conjugate variables theorem. We prove directly tha … - Ring correlations in random networks

Author(s): Mahdi Sadjadi and M. F. ThorpeWe examine the correlations between rings in random network glasses in two dimensions as a function of their separation. Initially, we use the topological sepa … - Rotational diffusion of shape switching particles in nematic liquid crystals

Author(s): R. F. de Souza and C. ZannoniThe theory of rotational diffusion of particles of various symmetry embedded in a liquid crystal host, essential to interpret a variety of spectroscopic observa … - Anisotropic macroturbulence and diffusion associated with a westward zonal jet: From laboratory to planetary atmospheres and oceans

Author(s): Boris Galperin, Jesse Hoemann, Stefania Espa, Gabriella Di Nitto, and Guglielmo LacorataTurbulence with inverse energy cascade and its transport properties are investigated experimentally i … - Dynamic properties of the energy loss of multi-MeV charged particles traveling in two-component warm dense plasmas

Author(s): Zhen-Guo Fu, Zhigang Wang, Meng-Lei Li, Da-Fang Li, Wei Kang, and Ping ZhangThe energy loss of multi-MeV charged particles moving in two-component warm dense plasmas (WDPs) is studied theor … - Experimental observation of phase-flip transitions in two inductively coupled glow discharge plasmas

Author(s): Neeraj Chaubey, S. Mukherjee, A. Sen, and A. N. Sekar IyengarWe report an experimental observation of a phase-flip transition in the frequency synchronization of two dc glow discharge plasm … - Work fluctuation and total entropy production in nonequilibrium processes

Author(s): Ken Funo, Tomohiro Shitara, and Masahito UedaWork fluctuation and total entropy production play crucial roles in small thermodynamic systems subject to large thermal fluctuations. We invest … - Densification and structural transitions in networks that grow by node copying

Author(s): U. Bhat, P. L. Krapivsky, R. Lambiotte, and S. RednerThe authors introduce a simple growing network model that allows them to give extensive analytical results for its properties. The model … - Inducing isolated-desynchronization states in complex network of coupled chaotic oscillators

Author(s): Weijie Lin, Huiyan Li, Heping Ying, and Xingang WangIn a recent study about chaos synchronization in complex networks [Nat. Commun. 5, 4079 (2014)], it is shown that a stable synchronous cl … - Rotational tumbling of Escherichia coli aggregates under shear

Author(s): R. Portela, P. Patrício, P. L. Almeida, R. G. Sobral, J. M. Franco, and C. R. LealGrowing living cultures of Escherichia coli bacteria are investigated using real-time in situ rheology and … - Weak universality in sensory tradeoffs

Author(s): Sarah Marzen and Simon DeDeoFor many organisms, the number of sensory neurons is largely determined during development, before strong environmental cues are present. This is despite the fac … - Experimental study of energy exchanges between two coupled granular gases

Author(s): J.-Y. Chastaing, J.-C. Géminard, and A. NaertWe report on the energy exchanges between two granular gases of different densities coupled electromechanically by immersed blades attached to d … - Extracting work from a single reservoir in the non-Markovian underdamped regime

Author(s): Oscar Paredes-Altuve, Ernesto Medina, and Pedro J. ColmenaresWe derive optimal-work finite time protocols for a colloidal particle in a harmonic well in the general non-Markovian underdampe … - Harvesting wind energy to detect weak signals using mechanical stochastic resonance

Author(s): Barbara J. Breen, Jillian G. Rix, Samuel J. Ross, Yue Yu (俞越), John F. Lindner, Nathan Mathewson, Elliot R. Wainwright, and Ian WilsonWind is free and ubiquitous and can be harnessed in mul … - Speed and efficiency limits of multilevel incoherent heat engines

Author(s): V. Mukherjee, W. Niedenzu, A. G. Kofman, and G. KurizkiWe present a comprehensive theory of heat engines (HE) based on a quantum-mechanical “working fluid” (WF) with periodically modulated … - Dynamics of phase oscillators with generalized frequency-weighted coupling

Author(s): Can Xu, Jian Gao, Hairong Xiang, Wenjing Jia, Shuguang Guan, and Zhigang ZhengHeterogeneous coupling patterns among interacting elements are ubiquitous in real systems ranging from physics, … - Competition of simple and complex adoption on interdependent networks

Author(s): Agnieszka Czaplicka, Raul Toral, and Maxi San MiguelWe consider the competition of two mechanisms for adoption processes: a so-called complex threshold dynamics and a simple susceptible-inf … - How to connect time-lapse recorded trajectories of motile microorganisms with dynamical models in continuous time

Author(s): Jonas N. Pedersen, Liang Li, Cristian Grădinaru, Robert H. Austin, Edward C. Cox, and Henrik FlyvbjergWe provide a tool for data-driven modeling of motility, data being time-lapse recorded … - Theory of terahertz emission from femtosecond-laser-induced microplasmas

Author(s): I. Thiele, R. Nuter, B. Bousquet, V. Tikhonchuk, S. Skupin, X. Davoine, L. Gremillet, and L. BergéWe present a theoretical investigation of terahertz (THz) generation in laser-induced gas p … - Erratum: Numerical computations of the dynamics of fluidic membranes and vesicles [Phys. Rev. E 92, 052704 (2015)]

Author(s): John W. Barrett, Harald Garcke, and Robert Nürnberg[Phys. Rev. E 94, 069902] Published Tue Dec 06, 2016 - Publisher's Note: Laser propagation in dense magnetized plasma [Phys. Rev. E 94, 053207 (2016)]

Author(s): S. X. Luan, W. Yu, F. Y. Li, Dong Wu, Z. M. Sheng, M. Y. Yu, and J. Zhang[Phys. Rev. E 94, 069903] Published Tue Dec 06, 2016 - Stability of quantum statistical ensembles with respect to local measurements

Author(s): Walter Hahn and Boris V. FineWe introduce a stability criterion for quantum statistical ensembles describing macroscopic systems. An ensemble is called “stable” when a small number of local … - Minimum relative entropy distributions with a large mean are Gaussian

Author(s): Matteo SmerlakEntropy optimization principles are versatile tools with wide-ranging applications from statistical physics to engineering to ecology. Here we consider the following constrain … - Why patchy diffusion-limited aggregation belongs to the directed-percolation universality class

Author(s): Moses J. Kartha and Arun G. BanpurkarWe present a possible link between nonequilibrium phase transition observed in patchy diffusion-limited aggregation (DLA) [M. J. Kartha and A. Sayeed, P ... - Origin of two maxima in specific heat in enthalpy relaxation under thermal history composed of cooling, annealing, and heating

Author(s): Waki Sakatsuji, Takashi Konishi, and Yoshihisa MiyamotoThe origin of two maxima in specific heat observed at the higher and the lower temperatures in the glass-transition region in the heat ... - Elastic interactions between topological defects in chiral nematic shells

Author(s): Alexandre Darmon, Olivier Dauchot, Teresa Lopez-Leon, and Michael BenzaquenWe present a self-consistent and robust theoretical model to investigate elastic interactions between topological ... - Lagrangian statistics of mesoscale turbulence in a natural environment: The Agulhas return current

Author(s): Francesco Carbone, Christian N. Gencarelli, and Ian M. HedgecockThe properties of mesoscale geophysical turbulence in an oceanic environment have been investigated through the Lagrangian st ... - Estimation of Reynolds number for flows around cylinders with lattice Boltzmann methods and artificial neural networks

Author(s): Mauricio Carrillo, Ulices Que, and José A. GonzálezThe present work investigates the application of artificial neural networks (ANNs) to estimate the Reynolds (Re) number for flows around a ... - Thermalization of oscillator chains with onsite anharmonicity and comparison with kinetic theory

Author(s): Christian B. Mendl, Jianfeng Lu, and Jani LukkarinenWe perform microscopic molecular dynamics simulations of particle chains with an onsite anharmonicity to study relaxation of spatially ho … - Curl forces and the nonlinear Fokker-Planck equation

Author(s): R. S. Wedemann, A. R. Plastino, and C. TsallisNonlinear Fokker-Planck equations endowed with curl drift forces are investigated. The conditions under which these evolution equations admit s … - Comparing the locking threshold for rings and chains of oscillators

Author(s): Bertrand Ottino-Löffler and Steven H. StrogatzWe present a case study of how topology can affect synchronization. Specifically, we consider arrays of phase oscillators coupled in a ring or … - Depletion forces on circular and elliptical obstacles induced by active matter

Author(s): L. R. Leite, D. Lucena, F. Q. Potiguar, and W. P. FerreiraDepletion forces exerted by self-propelled particles on circular and elliptical passive objects are studied using numerical simulat … - Mass-flow-rate-controlled fluid flow in nanochannels by particle insertion and deletion

Author(s): Paul L. Barclay and Jennifer R. LukesA nonequilibrium molecular dynamics method to induce fluid flow in nanochannels, the insertion-deletion method (IDM), is introduced. IDM inserts and del … - Statistical theory of reversals in two-dimensional confined turbulent flows

Author(s): Vishwanath Shukla, Stephan Fauve, and Marc BrachetIt is shown that the truncated Euler equation (TEE), i.e., a finite set of ordinary differential equations for the amplitude of the large-s … - Time-dependent cavitation in a viscous fluid

Author(s): Vitaly A. ShneidmanKinetics of nucleation and growth of empty bubbles in a nonvolatile incompressible fluid under negative pressure is considered within the generalized Zeldovich framework. … - Portfolio optimization problem with nonidentical variances of asset returns using statistical mechanical informatics

Author(s): Takashi ShinzatoThe portfolio optimization problem in which the variances of the return rates of assets are not identical is analyzed in this paper using the methodology of statistical mech … - Response to a periodic stimulus in a perfect integrate-and-fire neuron model driven by colored noise

Author(s): Romi Mankin and Astrid RekkerThe output interspike interval statistics of a stochastic perfect integrate-and-fire neuron model driven by an additive exogenous periodic stimulus is considere … - Multifractals embedded in short time series: An unbiased estimation of probability moment

Author(s): Lu Qiu, Tianguang Yang, Yanhua Yin, Changgui Gu, and Huijie YangAn exact estimation of probability moments is the base for several essential concepts, such as the multifractals, the Tsallis … - Interplay of degree correlations and cluster synchronization

Author(s): Sarika Jalan, Anil Kumar, Alexey Zaikin, and Jürgen KurthsWe study the evolution of coupled chaotic dynamics on networks and investigate the role of degree-degree correlation in the network … - Probing heterogeneous dynamics from spatial density correlation in glass-forming liquids

Author(s): Yan-Wei Li, You-Liang Zhu, and Zhao-Yan SunWe numerically investigate the connection between spatial density correlation and dynamical heterogeneity in glass-forming liquids. We demonstrate … - Packing of nonoverlapping cubic particles: Computational algorithms and microstructural characteristics

Author(s): Hessam Malmir, Muhammad Sahimi, and M. Reza Rahimi TabarPacking of cubic particles arises in a variety of problems, ranging from biological materials to colloids and the fabrication of new … - Nonvibrating granular model for a glass-forming liquid: Equilibration and aging

Author(s): C. Tapia-Ignacio, J. Garcia-Serrano, and F. DonadoWe studied experimentally a model of a glass-forming liquid on the basis of a nonvibrating magnetic granular system under an unsteady magne … - Finger evolution of a gas bubble driven by atmospheric pressure plasma

Author(s): Jia-Hau Shiu and Hong-Yu ChuWe report the generation and evolution of a finger-shaped bubble in liquid by dielectric discharge setup. The spherical gas bubble is deformed into a finger-shap … - Direct numerical simulation of gas-solid-liquid flows with capillary effects: An application to liquid bridge forces between spherical particles

Author(s): Xiaosong Sun and Mikio SakaiIn this study, a numerical method is developed to perform the direct numerical simulation (DNS) of gas-solid-liquid flows involving capillary effects. The volume … - Lattice Boltzmann simulations of droplet formation in confined channels with thermocapillary flows

Author(s): A. Gupta, M. Sbragaglia, D. Belardinelli, and K. SugiyamaBased on mesoscale lattice Boltzmann simulations with the “Shan-Chen” model, we explore the influence of thermocapillarity on the br … - Effect of long-range interactions on the phase transition of Axelrod's model

Author(s): Sandro M. Reia and José F. FontanariAxelrod's model with F=2 cultural features, where each feature can assume k states drawn from a Poisson distribution of parameter q, exhibits a cont … - Mesoscopic kinetic basis of macroscopic chemical thermodynamics: A mathematical theory

Author(s): Hao Ge and Hong QianGibbs' macroscopic chemical thermodynamics is one of the most important theories in chemistry. Generalizing it to mesoscaled nonequilibrium systems is essential to … - Anomalous dynamics and the choice of Poincaré recurrence set

Author(s): Matteo Sala, Roberto Artuso, and Cesar MancheinWe investigate the dependence of Poincaré recurrence-time statistics on the choice of recurrence set by sampling the dynamics of two- and four … - Memory states in small arrays of Josephson junctions

Author(s): Y. Braiman, B. Neschke, N. Nair, N. Imam, and R. GlowinskiWe study memory states of a circuit consisting of a small inductively coupled Josephson junction array and introduce basic (write, … - Cascaded lattice Boltzmann method with improved forcing scheme for large-density-ratio multiphase flow at high Reynolds and Weber numbers

Author(s): Daniel Lycett-Brown and Kai H. LuoA recently developed forcing scheme has allowed the pseudopotential multiphase lattice Boltzmann method to correctly reproduce coexistence curves, while ex … - Publisher's Note: Critical wind speed at which trees break [Phys. Rev. E 93, 023001 (2016)]

Author(s): E. Virot, A. Ponomarenko, É. Dehandschoewercker, D. Quéré, and C. Clanet[Phys. Rev. E 94, 059907] Published Wed Nov 30, 2016 - Emergent interparticle interactions in thermal amorphous solids

Author(s): Oleg Gendelman, Edan Lerner, Yoav G. Pollack, Itamar Procaccia, Corrado Rainone, and Birte RiechersAmorphous media at finite temperatures, be them liquids, colloids, or glasses, are made of … - Theoretical description of effective heat transfer between two viscously coupled beads

Author(s): A. Bérut, A. Imparato, A. Petrosyan, and S. CilibertoWe analytically study the role of nonconservative forces, namely viscous couplings, on the statistical properties of the energy flux bet … - Energetics of synchronization in coupled oscillators rotating on circular trajectories

Author(s): Yuki Izumida, Hiroshi Kori, and Udo SeifertWe derive a concise and general expression of the energy dissipation rate for coupled oscillators rotating on circular trajectories by unifying th … - Statistical properties of fluctuations of time series representing appearances of words in nationwide blog data and their applications: An example of modeling fluctuation scalings of nonstationary time series

Author(s): Hayafumi Watanabe, Yukie Sano, Hideki Takayasu, and Misako TakayasuTo elucidate the nontrivial empirical statistical properties of fluctuations of a typical nonsteady time series representi … - Characterization of multiple topological scales in multiplex networks through supra-Laplacian eigengaps

Author(s): Emanuele Cozzo and Yamir MorenoMultilayer networks have been the subject of intense research during the past few years, as they represent better the interdependent nature of many real-world … - What Big Data tells: Sampling the social network by communication channels

Author(s): János Török, Yohsuke Murase, Hang-Hyun Jo, János Kertész, and Kimmo KaskiBig Data has become the primary source of understanding the structure and dynamics of the society at large scale. Th … - Suppressing membrane height fluctuations leads to a membrane-mediated interaction among proteins

Author(s): Kayla Sapp and Lutz MaibaumMembrane-induced interactions can play a significant role in the spatial distribution of membrane-bound proteins. We develop a model that combines a continuum des … - Dynamics of disk pairs in a nematic liquid crystal

Author(s): Alena Antipova and Colin DennistonWe use a hybrid lattice Boltzmann method to study the behavior of sets of ferromagnetic colloidal disks in a nematic liquid crystal. When a weak rotating m … - One-dimensional model and solutions for creeping gas flows in the approximation of uniform pressure

Author(s): A. Vedernikov and D. BalapanovA model, along with analytical and numerical solutions, is presented to describe a wide variety of one-dimensional slow flows of compressible heat-conductive f … - Monosized dripping mode of axisymmetric flow focusing

Author(s): Francisco Cruz-Mazo, J. M. Montanero, and A. M. Gañán-CalvoWe identify and analyze the perfectly regular dripping mode of flow focusing. This mode occurs within narrow intervals of injected … - Pair potentials for warm dense matter and their application to x-ray Thomson scattering in aluminum and beryllium

Author(s): L. Harbour, M. W. C. Dharma-wardana, D. D. Klug, and L. J. LewisUltrafast laser experiments yield increasingly reliable data on warm dense matter, but their interpretation requires theoreti … - Anomalous structural transition of confined hard squares

Author(s): Péter Gurin, Szabolcs Varga, and Gerardo OdriozolaStructural transitions are examined in quasi-one-dimensional systems of freely rotating hard squares, which are confined between two parall … - Universality and dependence on initial conditions in the class of the nonlinear molecular beam epitaxy equation

Author(s): I. S. S. Carrasco and T. J. OliveiraWe report extensive numerical simulations of growth models belonging to the nonlinear molecular beam epitaxy (nMBE) class, on flat (fixed-size) and expan … - Inhomogeneous diffusion and ergodicity breaking induced by global memory effects

Author(s): Adrián A. BudiniWe introduce a class of discrete random-walk model driven by global memory effects. At any time, the right-left transitions depend on the whole previous history of the walke … - Metastable minima of the Heisenberg spin glass in a random magnetic field

Author(s): Auditya Sharma, Joonhyun Yeo, and M. A. MooreWe have studied zero-temperature metastable minima in classical m-vector component spin glasses in the presence of m-component random fields for … - Noisy oscillator: Random mass and random damping

Author(s): Stanislav Burov and Moshe GittermanThe problem of a linear damped noisy oscillator is treated in the presence of two multiplicative sources of noise which imply a random mass and random dam … - Maximum caliber inference and the stochastic Ising model

Author(s): Carlo Cafaro and Sean Alan AliWe investigate the maximum caliber variational principle as an inference algorithm used to predict dynamical properties of complex nonequilibrium, stationary, … - Two-dimensional photon echoes reveal non-Markovian energy transfer in an excitonic dimer

Author(s): Hong-Guang Duan, Moritz Frey, Michael Thorwart, and Peter NalbachWe show that strong non-Markovian effects can be revealed by the steady-state two-dimensional (2D) photon echo spectra at as … - Fractional kinetics emerging from ergodicity breaking in random media

Author(s): Daniel Molina-García, Tuan Minh Pham, Paolo Paradisi, Carlo Manzo, and Gianni PagniniWe present a modeling approach for diffusion in a complex medium characterized by a random length scale. … - Synchronization of coupled noisy oscillators: Coarse graining from continuous to discrete phases

Author(s): Daniel Escaff, Alexandre Rosas, Raúl Toral, and Katja LindenbergThe theoretical description of synchronization phenomena often relies on coupled units of continuous time noisy Markov chains … - Optical wall dynamics induced by coexistence of monostable and bistable spatial regions

Author(s): V. Odent, E. Louvergneaux, M. G. Clerc, and I. Andrade-SilvaWhen nonequilibrium extended homogeneous systems exhibit multistability, it leads to the presence of domain walls between the exi … - Epidemic spreading in random rectangular networks

Author(s): Ernesto Estrada, Sandro Meloni, Matthew Sheerin, and Yamir MorenoThe use of network theory to model disease propagation on populations introduces important elements of reality to the classi … - Systems-level approach to uncovering diffusive states and their transitions from single-particle trajectories

Author(s): Peter K. Koo and Simon G. J. MochrieThe stochastic motions of a diffusing particle contain information concerning the particle's interactions with binding partners and with its local e … - Impact of time delays on oscillatory dynamics of interlinked positive and negative feedback loops

Author(s): Bo Huang, Xinyu Tian, Feng Liu, and Wei WangInterlinking a positive feedback loop (PFL) with a negative feedback loop (NFL) constitutes a typical motif in genetic networks, performing vario … - Cooperativity at the glass transition: A perspective from facilitation on the analysis of relaxation in modulated calorimetry

Author(s): Elpidio Tombari and Marco PierucciniThe glass transition region in nonconfined polymeric and low-molecular-weight supercooled liquids is probed by temperature-modulated calorimetry at a fre … - Athermal rheology of weakly attractive soft particles

Author(s): Ehsan Irani, Pinaki Chaudhuri, and Claus HeussingerWe study the rheology of a soft particulate system where the interparticle interactions are weakly attractive. Using extensive molecular d … - Wave propagation in one-dimensional microscopic granular chains

Author(s): Wei-Hsun Lin and Chiara DaraioWe employ noncontact optical techniques to generate and measure stress waves in uncompressed, one-dimensional microscopic granular chains, and support our expe … - Radiative transfer of acoustic waves in continuous complex media: Beyond the Helmholtz equation

Author(s): Ibrahim Baydoun, Diego Baresch, Romain Pierrat, and Arnaud DerodeHeterogeneity can be accounted for by a random potential in the wave equation. For acoustic waves in a fluid with fluctuatio … - Log law of the wall revisited in Taylor-Couette flows at intermediate Reynolds numbers

Author(s): Harminder Singh, Claudio Alberto Torres Suazo, and Alain LinéWe provide Reynolds averaged azimuthal velocity profiles, measured in a Taylor-Couette system in turbulent flow, at medium Reyno … - Summation of the spectra of all partially resolved transition arrays in a supertransition array

Author(s): Y. Kurzweil and G. HazakIt is shown that the contributions of all partially resolved transition arrays (PRTAs) to the spectrum of a supertransition array (STA) may be summed by an efficient … - Grid refinement for entropic lattice Boltzmann models

Author(s): B. Dorschner, N. Frapolli, S. S. Chikatamarla, and I. V. KarlinWe propose a multidomain grid refinement technique with extensions to entropic incompressible, thermal, and compressible latti … - Hybrid Monte Carlo and continuum modeling of electrolytes with concentration-induced dielectric variations

Author(s): Xiaofei Guan, Manman Ma, Zecheng Gan, Zhenli Xu, and Bo LiThe distribution of ions near a charged surface is an important quantity in many biological and material processes, and has been th … - Linking dissipation-induced instabilities with nonmodal growth: The case of helical magnetorotational instability

Author(s): G. Mamatsashvili and F. StefaniThe helical magnetorotational instability is known to work for resistive rotational flows with comparably steep negative or extremely steep positive shear. Th … - Heat conduction in a chain of colliding particles with a stiff repulsive potential

Author(s): Oleg V. Gendelman and Alexander V. SavinOne-dimensional billiards, i.e., a chain of colliding particles with equal masses, is a well-known example of a completely integrable system. Billiar … - Temporal disorder does not forbid discontinuous absorbing phase transitions in low-dimensional systems

Author(s): M. M. de Oliveira and C. E. FioreRecent papers have shown that spatial (quenched) disorder can suppress discontinuous absorbing phase transitions. Conversely, the scenario for temporal diso … - Pinning-depinning transition in a stochastic growth model for the evolution of cell colony fronts in a disordered medium

Author(s): Belén Moglia, Ezequiel V. Albano, and Nara GuisoniWe study a stochastic lattice model for cell colony growth, which takes into account proliferation, diffusion, and rotation of cells, in a … - High-temperature ratchets with sawtooth potentials

Author(s): Viktor M. Rozenbaum, Irina V. Shapochkina, Sheh-Yi Sheu, Dah-Yen Yang, and Sheng Hsien LinThe concept of the effective potential is suggested as an efficient instrument to get a uniform ana … - Finite-size corrections and scaling for the dimer model on the checkerboard lattice

Author(s): Nickolay Sh. Izmailian, Ming-Chya Wu, and Chin-Kun HuLattice models are useful for understanding behaviors of interacting complex many-body systems. The lattice dimer model has been propose … - Flaming 2π kinks in parametrically driven systems

Author(s): E. Berrios-Caro, M. G. Clerc, and A. O. LeonMacroscopic extended systems with dissipation and injection of energy can exhibit particlelike solutions. Dissipative kinks with an oscillatory c … - Statistics of the stochastically forced Lorenz attractor by the Fokker-Planck equation and cumulant expansions

Author(s): Altan Allawala and J. B. MarstonWe investigate the Fokker-Planck description of the equal-time statistics of the three-dimensional Lorenz attractor with additive white noise. The invariant … - Random matrix theory for analyzing the brain functional network in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

Author(s): Rong Wang, Li Wang, Yong Yang, Jiajia Li, Ying Wu, and Pan LinAttention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is the most common childhood neuropsychiatric disorder and affects approximatel … - Formation of high-order acoustic Bessel beams by spiral diffraction gratings

Author(s): Noé Jiménez, R. Picó, V. Sánchez-Morcillo, V. Romero-García, L. M. García-Raffi, and K. StaliunasThe formation of high-order Bessel beams by a passive acoustic device consisting of an Archi … - Recirculation zones induce non-Fickian transport in three-dimensional periodic porous media

Author(s): Eleonora Crevacore, Tiziana Tosco, Rajandrea Sethi, Gianluca Boccardo, and Daniele L. MarchisioIn this work, the influence of pore space geometry on solute transport in porous media is inve … - How long do particles spend in vortical regions in turbulent flows?

Author(s): Akshay Bhatnagar, Anupam Gupta, Dhrubaditya Mitra, Rahul Pandit, and Prasad PerlekarWe obtain the probability distribution functions (PDFs) of the time that a Lagrangian tracer or a heavy i … - Large-scale dynamics of magnetic helicity

Author(s): Moritz Linkmann and Vassilios DallasIn this paper we investigate the dynamics of magnetic helicity in magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) turbulent flows focusing at scales larger than the forcing sc … - Efficient time-sampling method in Coulomb-corrected strong-field approximation

Author(s): Xiang-Ru Xiao, Mu-Xue Wang, Wei-Hao Xiong, and Liang-You PengOne of the main goals of strong-field physics is to understand the complex structures formed in the momentum plane of the photoe … - Mesoscale pattern formation of self-propelled rods with velocity reversal

Author(s): Robert Großmann, Fernando Peruani, and Markus BärWe study self-propelled particles with velocity reversal interacting by uniaxial (nematic) alignment within a coarse-grained hydrodynamic th … - Avalanche statistics from data with low time resolution

Author(s): Michael LeBlanc, Aya Nawano, Wendelin J. Wright, Xiaojun Gu, J. T. Uhl, and Karin A. DahmenExtracting avalanche distributions from experimental microplasticity data can be hampered by limit …