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Author(s): A. PorporatoBased on the properties of exponential distribution families we analyze the Fisher information of the Gibbs canonical ensemble to construct a new state function for simple syste … - Multistage quantum absorption heat pumps

Author(s): Luis A. CorreaIt is well known that heat pumps, while being all limited by the same basic thermodynamic laws, may find realization on systems as “small” and “quantum” as a three-level maser … - Localization in space and time in disordered-lattice open quantum dynamics

Author(s): Sam Genway, Igor Lesanovsky, and Juan P. GarrahanWe study a two-dimensional tight-binding lattice for excitons with on-site disorder, coupled to a thermal environment at infinite temperatur … - Universal shocks in the Wishart random-matrix ensemble. II. Nontrivial initial conditions

Author(s): Jean-Paul Blaizot, Maciej A. Nowak, and Piotr WarchołWe study the diffusion of complex Wishart matrices and derive a partial differential equation governing the behavior of the associated a … - Typical, finite baths as a means of exact simulation of open quantum systems

Author(s): Luciano Silvestri, Kurt Jacobs, Vanja Dunjko, and Maxim OlshaniiThere is presently considerable interest in accurately simulating the evolution of open systems for which Markovian master eq … - Stabilization of cholesteric blue phases using polymerized nanoparticles

Author(s): Emine Kemiklioglu, Jeoung-Yeon Hwang, and Liang-Chy ChienThis study explores the roles of UV-polymerizable silicon-based nanoparticles in polymer-stabilized blue phase (PSBP) liquid crystal … - Dynamical maximum entropy approach to flocking

Author(s): Andrea Cavagna, Irene Giardina, Francesco Ginelli, Thierry Mora, Duccio Piovani, Raffaele Tavarone, and Aleksandra M. WalczakWe derive a new method to infer from data the out-of-equilibrium … - Symmetry in critical random Boolean network dynamics

Author(s): Shabnam Hossein, Matthew D. Reichl, and Kevin E. BasslerUsing Boolean networks as prototypical examples, the role of symmetry in the dynamics of heterogeneous complex systems is explored. W … - First-principles thermal conductivity of warm-dense deuterium plasmas for inertial confinement fusion applications

Author(s): S. X. Hu (胡素兴), L. A. Collins, T. R. Boehly, J. D. Kress, V. N. Goncharov, and S. SkupskyThermal conductivity (κ) of both the ablator materials and deuterium-tritium (DT) fuel plays an impo … - Rectification of confined diffusion driven by a sinusoidal force

Author(s): Pavol KalinayA particle diffusing in an asymmetric periodic channel, driven by a sinusoidal force F(t)=F0cosωt (the rocking ratchet) is considered. The asymptotic solution of the generalize … - Path integral Monte Carlo on a lattice: Extended states

Author(s): Mark O'Callaghan and Bruce N. MillerThe equilibrium properties of a single quantum particle (qp) interacting with a classical gas for a wide range of temperatures that explore the syst … - Survival probability of an edge Majorana in a one-dimensional p-wave superconducting chain under sudden quenching of parameters

Author(s): Atanu Rajak and Amit DuttaWe consider the temporal evolution of a zero-energy edge Majorana of a spinless p-wave superconducting chain following a sudden change of a parameter of the Hamilt … - Transport-limited water splitting at ion-selective interfaces during concentration polarization

Author(s): Christoffer P. Nielsen and Henrik BruusWe present an analytical model of salt- and water-ion transport across an ion-selective interface based on an assumption of local equilibrium of the w … - Effect of dispersion forces on the capillary-wave fluctuations of liquid surfaces

Author(s): Enrique Chacón, Eva M. Fernández, and Pedro TarazonaWe present molecular dynamics evidence for the nonanalytic effects of the long-range dispersion forces on the capillary waves fluctuation … - Modular network evolution under selection for robustness to noise

Author(s): Yusuke Ikemoto and Kosuke SekiyamaReal networks often exhibit modularity, which is defined as the degree to which a network can be decomposed into several subnetworks. The question of how a … - Numerical evidence for robustness of environment-assisted quantum transport

Author(s): A. Shabani, M. Mohseni, H. Rabitz, and S. LloydRecent theoretical studies show that decoherence process can enhance transport efficiency in quantum systems. This effect is known as environm … - Impact fragmentation of model flocks

Author(s): Pearson W. Miller and Nicholas T. OuellettePredicting the bulk material properties of active matter is challenging since these materials are far from equilibrium and standard statistical-me … - Network risk and forecasting power in phase-flipping dynamical networks

Author(s): B. Podobnik, A. Majdandzic, C. Curme, Z. Qiao, W.-X. Zhou, H. E. Stanley, and B. LiTo model volatile real-world network behavior, we analyze a phase-flipping dynamical scale-free network in … - Tuning the period of square-wave oscillations for delay-coupled optoelectronic systems

Author(s): Jade Martínez-Llinàs, Pere Colet, and Thomas ErneuxWe analyze the response of two delay-coupled optoelectronic oscillators. Each oscillator operates under its own delayed feedback. We show … - Algorithm to enforce uniform density in liquid atomistic subdomains with specular boundaries

Author(s): K. M. Issa and P. PoesioAn important component in hybrid atomistic-continuum (HAC) modeling of liquids is the proper termination of the atomistic subdomain (ΩA). When the HAC model is based … - Equation of state of sticky-hard-sphere fluids in the chemical-potential route

Author(s): René D. Rohrmann and Andrés SantosThe coupling-parameter method, whereby an extra particle is progressively coupled to the rest of the particles, is applied to the sticky-hard-sphere fluid … - Equivalence of two Bochkov-Kuzovlev equalities in quantum two-level systems

Author(s): Fei LiuWe present two kinds of Bochkov-Kuzovlev work equalities in a two-level system that is described by a quantum Markovian master equation. One is based on multiple time correlation fun … - Three-dimensional discrete element modeling of triggered slip in sheared granular media

Author(s): Behrooz Ferdowsi, Michele Griffa, Robert A. Guyer, Paul A. Johnson, Chris Marone, and Jan CarmelietThis paper reports results of a three-dimensional discrete element method modeling investi … - Time-dependent elastic response to a local shear transformation in amorphous solids

Author(s): F. Puosi, J. Rottler, and J-L. BarratThe elastic response of a two-dimensional amorphous solid to induced local shear transformations, which mimic the elementary plastic events occurring in … - Polymer enrichment decelerates surfactant membranes near interfaces

Author(s): F. Lipfert, H. Frielinghaus, O. Holderer, S. Mattauch, M. Monkenbusch, N. Arend, and D. RichterClose to a planar surface, lamellar structures are imposed upon otherwise bulk bicontinuous mi … - Predicting plasticity with soft vibrational modes: From dislocations to glasses

Author(s): Jörg Rottler, Samuel S. Schoenholz, and Andrea J. LiuWe show that quasilocalized low-frequency modes in the vibrational spectrum can be used to construct soft spots, or regions vulnerable t … - Crosslink-induced shrinkage of grafted Gaussian chains

Author(s): Panayotis BenetatosThe statistical mechanics of polymers grafted on surfaces has been the subject of intense research activity because of many potential applications. In this paper, we anal … - Agent-based models for latent liquidity and concave price impact

Author(s): Iacopo Mastromatteo, Bence Tóth, and Jean-Philippe BouchaudWe revisit the “ɛ-intelligence” model of Tóth et al. [Phys. Rev. X 1, 021006 (2011)], which was proposed as a minimal framework to … - Pore network model of electrokinetic transport through charged porous media

Author(s): Amaël Obliger, Marie Jardat, Daniel Coelho, Samir Bekri, and Benjamin RotenbergWe introduce a method for the numerical determination of the steady-state response of complex charged porous m … - Constructing a class of topological solitons in magnetohydrodynamics

Author(s): Amy Thompson, Joe Swearngin, Alexander Wickes, and Dirk BouwmeesterWe present a class of topological plasma configurations characterized by their toroidal and poloidal winding numbers, nt a … - Fluid mechanics of swimming bacteria with multiple flagella

Author(s): Philipp Kanehl and Takuji IshikawaIt is known that some kinds of bacteria swim by forming a bundle of their multiple flagella. However, the details of flagella synchronization as well as th … - Heat-flux scaling in turbulent Rayleigh-Bénard convection with an imposed longitudinal wind

Author(s): Andrea Scagliarini, Ármann Gylfason, and Federico ToschiWe present a numerical study of Rayleigh-Bénard convection disturbed by a longitudinal wind. Our results show that under the action o … - Many-body interaction in fast soliton collisions

Author(s): Avner Peleg, Quan M. Nguyen, and Paul GlennWe study n-pulse interaction in fast collisions of N solitons of the cubic nonlinear Schrödinger (NLS) equation in the presence of generic weak no … - High-order rogue waves in vector nonlinear Schrödinger equations

Author(s): Liming Ling, Boling Guo, and Li-Chen ZhaoWe study the dynamics of high-order rogue waves (RWs) in two-component coupled nonlinear Schrödinger equations. We find that four fundamental rogue … - Bayesian structural inference for hidden processes

Author(s): Christopher C. Strelioff and James P. CrutchfieldWe introduce a Bayesian approach to discovering patterns in structurally complex processes. The proposed method of Bayesian structural infer … - Accuracy of energy measurement and reversible operation of a microcanonical Szilard engine

Author(s): Joakim BergliIn a recent paper [Vaikuntanathan and Jarzynski, Phys. Rev. E 83, 061120 (2011)PLEEE810.1103/PhysRevE.83.061120], a model was introduced whereby work could be extracted from a … - Microstructural evolution of a model, shear-banding micellar solution during shear startup and cessation

Author(s): Carlos R. López-Barrón, A. Kate Gurnon, Aaron P. R. Eberle, Lionel Porcar, and Norman J. WagnerWe present direct measurements of the evolution of the segmental-level microstructure of a sta … - Properties of random sequential adsorption of generalized dimers

Author(s): Michał CieślaSaturated random packing of particles built of two identical, relatively shifted spheres in two- and three-dimensional flat and homogeneous space was studied numerically using … - Simple geometric model to describe self-folding of polymer sheets

Author(s): Ying Liu, Russell Mailen, Yong Zhu, Michael D. Dickey, and Jan GenzerSelf-folding is the autonomous folding of two-dimensional shapes into three-dimensional forms in response to an external … - Synchronization of coupled Boolean phase oscillators

Author(s): David P. Rosin, Damien Rontani, and Daniel J. GauthierWe design, characterize, and couple Boolean phase oscillators that include state-dependent feedback delay. The state-dependent delay al … - Geometry and wetting of capillary folding

Author(s): Jean-Philippe Péraud and Eric LaugaCapillary forces are involved in a variety of natural phenomena, ranging from droplet breakup to the physics of clouds. The forces from surface tension ca … - Accurate solution of the Dirac equation on Lagrange meshes

Author(s): Daniel Baye, Livio Filippin, and Michel GodefroidThe Lagrange-mesh method is an approximate variational method taking the form of equations on a grid because of the use of a Gauss quadratur … - Numerical calculation of interaction forces between paramagnetic colloids in two-dimensional systems

Author(s): Di Du, Frank Toffoletto, and Sibani Lisa BiswalTypically the force between paramagnetic particles in a uniform magnetic field is described using the dipolar model, which is inaccurate when … - Correlations of plasticity in sheared glasses

Author(s): Fathollah Varnik, Suvendu Mandal, Vijaykumar Chikkadi, Dmitry Denisov, Peter Olsson, Daniel Vågberg, Dierk Raabe, and Peter SchallIn a recent paper [Mandal et al., Phys. Rev. E 88, 022129 ( ... - Nonlinear dynamics of trapped waves on jet currents and rogue waves

Author(s): V. I. Shrira and A. V. SlunyaevNonlinear dynamics of surface gravity waves trapped by an opposing jet current is studied analytically and numerically. For wave fields narrow band in frequen ... - He4 adsorption on a H2-plated C20 molecular surface: The formation of helium buckyballs

Author(s): Sungjin Park and Yongkyung KwonWe perform path-integral Monte Carlo calculations to study the adsorption of He4 atoms on a H2-plated C20 molecular surface. It is found that 32 H2 molecules ... - Local kinetics and thermodynamics of rapid electrochemical reactions

Author(s): Michal Přibyl and Dalimil ŠnitaWe introduce and discuss a local kinetic mechanism for an n-electron electrochemical reaction at the interface formed by an electrode and diluted electrolyte. ... - Parametric study of the vibration-induced repulsion or attraction force on a particle in a viscous fluid cell

Author(s): Mehrrad Saadatmand and Masahiro KawajiExperiments and three-dimensional direct numerical simulations were performed to investigate the effects of physical parameters on the repulsion or att ... - Final state of a perturbed liquid film inside a container under the effect of solid-liquid molecular forces and gravity

Author(s): Carlos Alberto Perazzo, J. R. Mac Intyre, and J. M. GombaWe investigate theoretically the possible final stationary configurations that can be reached by a laterally confined uniform liquid ... - Stochastic model of Zipf's law and the universality of the power-law exponent

Author(s): Ken YamamotoWe propose a stochastic model of Zipf's law, namely a power-law relation between rank and size, and clarify as to why a specific value of its power-law exponent is quite un … - Casimir force in the O(n→∞) model with free boundary conditions

Author(s): Daniel Dantchev, Jonathan Bergknoff, and Joseph RudnickWe present results for the temperature behavior of the Casimir force for a system with a film geometry with thickness L subject to fre … - Copulas and time series with long-ranged dependencies

Author(s): Rémy Chicheportiche and Anirban ChakrabortiWe review ideas on temporal dependencies and recurrences in discrete time series from several areas of natural and social sciences. We revisit exi … - Kinetics of wealth and the Pareto law

Author(s): Bruce M. BoghosianAn important class of economic models involve agents whose wealth changes due to transactions with other agents. Several authors have pointed out an analogy with kinetic t … - Effect of surfactants on single bubble sonoluminescence behavior and bubble surface stability

Author(s): Thomas Leong, Kyuichi Yasui, Kazumi Kato, Dalton Harvie, Muthupandian Ashokkumar, and Sandra KentishThe effect of surfactants on the radial dynamics of a single sonoluminescing bubble has b … - Long-wavelength instability of coherent structures in plane Couette flow

Author(s): Konstantin Melnikov, Tobias Kreilos, and Bruno EckhardtWe study the stability of coherent structures in plane Couette flow against long-wavelength perturbations in wide domains that cover s … - Comment on “Origin of tilted-phase generation in systems of ellipsoidal molecules with dipolar interactions’’

Author(s): N. V. MadhusudanaIn this Comment, I point out that the physical origin of molecular tilt in the smectic phase, found in the Monte Carlo simulations of systems of rodlike molecules with two … - Reply to “Comment on ‘Origin of tilted-phase generation in systems of ellipsoidal molecules with dipolar interactions’ ”

Author(s): Tushar Kanti Bose and Jayashree SahaIn a recent article [T. K. Bose and J. Saha, Phys. Rev. E 86, 050701 (2012)PLEEE810.1103/PhysRevE.86.050701], we have presented the results of a Monte Ca … - Entropy increase in K-step Markovian and consistent dynamics of closed quantum systems

Author(s): Jochen Gemmer and Robin SteinigewegWe consider sequences of measurements implemented by positive operator valued measures (POVMs). Starting from the assumption that these sequences may be d … - Cross-correlations between phonon modes in anharmonic oscillator chains: Role in heat transport

Author(s): Maxime Gill-Comeau and Laurent J. LewisWe have computed current-current correlation functions in chains of anharmonic oscillators described by various models (FPU-β, FPU-αβ, ϕ4), considerin … - Droplet evaporation on heated hydrophobic and superhydrophobic surfaces

Author(s): Susmita Dash and Suresh V. GarimellaThe evaporation characteristics of sessile water droplets on smooth hydrophobic and structured superhydrophobic heated surfaces are experimentally invest … - Twist transition of nematic hyperbolic hedgehogs

Author(s): Richard James and Jun-ichi Fukuda (福田順一)Stability of an idealized hyperbolic hedgehog in a nematic liquid crystal against a twist transition is investigated by extending the methodology of … - Transition-type change between an inverted Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless transition and an abrupt transition in bond percolation on a random hierarchical small-world network

Author(s): Tomoaki Nogawa and Takehisa HasegawaWe study the bond percolation on a one-parameter family of a hierarchical small-world network and find the metatransition between an inverted Berezinskii … - Exotic quantum holonomy and higher-order exceptional points in quantum kicked tops

Author(s): Atushi Tanaka, Sang Wook Kim, and Taksu CheonThe correspondence between exotic quantum holonomy, which occurs in families of Hermitian cycles, and exceptional points (EPs) for non-Hermitian … - Dynamics of three noncorotating vortices in Bose-Einstein condensates

Author(s): V. Koukouloyannis, G. Voyatzis, and P. G. KevrekidisIn this work we use standard Hamiltonian-system techniques in order to study the dynamics of three vortices with alternating charges in a … - Analytical criterion for amplitude death in nonautonomous systems with piecewise nonlinear coupling

Author(s): D. L. Xu, H. C. Zhang, C. Lu, E. R. Qi, C. Tian, and Y. S. WuWe investigate the amplitude death phenomenon in a nonautonomous chained network with complicated piecewise nonlinear coupling f … - Bistability and metabistability scenario in the dynamics of an ellipsoidal particle in a sheared viscoelastic fluid

Author(s): G. D'Avino, M. A. Hulsen, F. Greco, and P. L. MaffettoneThe motion of an ellipsoidal particle in a viscoelastic liquid subjected to an unconfined shear flow is addressed by numerical s … - Multiblock approach for the passive scalar thermal lattice Boltzmann method

Author(s): Rongzong Huang and Huiying WuA multiblock approach for the passive scalar thermal lattice Boltzmann method (TLBM) with multiple-relaxation-time collision scheme is proposed based on the Cha … - Erratum: Community detection algorithms: A comparative analysis [Phys. Rev. E 80, 056117 (2009)]

Author(s): Andrea Lancichinetti and Santo Fortunato[Phys. Rev. E 89, 049902] Published Mon Apr 07, 2014 - Elasticity in drift-wave–zonal-flow turbulence

Author(s): Z. B. Guo, P. H. Diamond, Y. Kosuga, and Ö. D. GürcanWe present a theory of turbulent elasticity, a property of drift-wave–zonal-flow (DW-ZF) turbulence, which follows from the time delay i … - Occupation probabilities and fluctuations in the asymmetric simple inclusion process

Author(s): Shlomi Reuveni, Ori Hirschberg, Iddo Eliazar, and Uri YechialiThe asymmetric simple inclusion process (ASIP), a lattice-gas model of unidirectional transport and aggregation, was recently p … - Self-energy correction to dynamic polaron responses

Author(s): Dries Sels and Fons BrosensWe present the first-order self-energy correction to the linear response coefficients of polaronic systems within the truncated phase space approach developed by … - Statistics of shocks in a toy model with heavy tails

Author(s): Thomas Gueudré and Pierre Le DoussalWe study the energy minimization for a particle in a quadratic well in the presence of short-ranged heavy-tailed disorder, as a toy model for an elastic … - Finite-size scaling of eigenstate thermalization

Author(s): W. Beugeling, R. Moessner, and Masudul HaqueAccording to the eigenstate thermalization hypothesis (ETH), even isolated quantum systems can thermalize because the eigenstate-to-eigenstate fl … - Variable-cell method for stress-controlled jamming of athermal, frictionless grains

Author(s): Kyle C. Smith, Ishan Srivastava, Timothy S. Fisher, and Meheboob AlamA method is introduced to simulate jamming of polyhedral grains under controlled stress that incorporates global degrees … - Geometric dependence of the conductance drop in a nanopore due to a particle

Author(s): Sung Cheol Kim, Sridhar Kumar Kannam, Stefan Harrer, Matthew T. Downton, Stephen Moore, and John M. WagnerWe study the effect of a neutral particle on the ionic flow through a nanopore usin … - Amplitude death of coupled hair bundles with stochastic channel noise

Author(s): Kyung-Joong Kim and Kang-Hun AhnHair cells conduct auditory transduction in vertebrates. In lower vertebrates such as frogs and turtles, due to the active mechanism in hair cells, hair bund … - Facilitators on networks reveal optimal interplay between information exchange and reciprocity

Author(s): Attila Szolnoki, Matjaž Perc, and Mauro MobiliaReciprocity is firmly established as an important mechanism that promotes cooperation. An efficient information exchange is likewise important … - Restricted feedback control in discrete-time dynamical systems with memory

Author(s): Kathryn G. Workman, Shuang Zhao, and John W. CainWhen an equilibrium state of a physical or biological system suffers a loss of stability (e.g., via a bifurcation), it may be both possible … - Decay rates of magnetic modes below the threshold of a turbulent dynamo

Author(s): J. Herault, F. Pétrélis, and S. FauveWe measure the decay rates of magnetic field modes in a turbulent flow of liquid sodium below the dynamo threshold. We observe that turbulent fluctuatio … - Strong electro-osmotic flows about dielectric surfaces of zero surface charge

Author(s): Ory Schnitzer and Ehud YarivWe analyze electro-osmotic flow about a dielectric solid of zero surface charge, using the prototypic configurations of a spherical particle and an infinite circ … - Waves in two-dimensional superparamagnetic dusty plasma liquids

Author(s): Peter Hartmann, Zoltán Donkó, Marlene Rosenberg, and Gabor J. KalmanWave dispersion relations in the strongly coupled liquid phase of a two-dimensional system of dust grains interacting via … - Dust-acoustic shocks in strongly coupled dusty plasmas

Author(s): S. E. Cousens, V. V. Yaroshenko, S. Sultana, M. A. Hellberg, F. Verheest, and I. KourakisElectrostatic dust-acoustic shock waves are investigated in a viscous, complex plasma consisting of … - Outbreak statistics and scaling laws for externally driven epidemics

Author(s): Sarabjeet Singh and Christopher R. MyersPower-law scalings are ubiquitous to physical phenomena undergoing a continuous phase transition. The classic susceptible-infectious-recovered (SIR) … - Force and flow at the onset of drag in plowed granular media

Author(s): Nick Gravish, Paul B. Umbanhowar, and Daniel I. GoldmanWe study the transient drag force FD on a localized intruder in a granular medium composed of spherical glass particles. A flat plate … - Effect of container shape and walls on solidification of Brownian particles in a narrow system

Author(s): Mamoru Fujine, Masahide Sato, Hiroyasu Katsuno, and Yoshihisa SuzukiWe carry out Brownian dynamics simulations and study the ordering of particles under a uniform external force in a narrow … - Weak percolation on multiplex networks

Author(s): Gareth J. Baxter, Sergey N. Dorogovtsev, José F. F. Mendes, and Davide CellaiBootstrap percolation is a simple but nontrivial model. It has applications in many areas of science and has bee … - Effective surface-shear viscosity of an incompressible particle-laden fluid interface

Author(s): S. V. LishchukThe presence of even a small amount of surfactant at the particle-laden fluid interface subjected to shear makes surface flow incompressible if the shear rate is small enough … - Theory for helical turbulence under fast rotation

Author(s): Sébastien GaltierRecent numerical simulations have shown the strong impact of helicity on homogeneous rotating hydrodynamic turbulence. The main effect can be summarized through the law n+n … - Slow, bursty dynamics as a consequence of quenched network topologies

Author(s): Géza ÓdorBursty dynamics of agents is shown to appear at criticality or in extended Griffiths phases, even in case of Poisson processes. I provide numerical evidence for a power-law type of … - Critical Binder cumulant and universality: Fortuin-Kasteleyn clusters and order-parameter fluctuations

Author(s): Anastasios Malakis, Nikolaos G. Fytas, and Gül GülpinarWe investigate the dependence of the critical Binder cumulant of the magnetization and the largest Fortuin-Kasteleyn cluster on the bo … - Generalized similarity, renormalization groups, and nonlinear clocks for multiscaling

Author(s): M. Park, D. O'Malley, and J. H. CushmanFixed points of the renormalization group operator Rp,rX(t)≡X(rt)/rp are said to be p-self-similar. Here X(t) is an arbitrary stochastic process. … - Fluctuations in partitioning systems with few degrees of freedom

Author(s): L. Cerino, G. Gradenigo, A. Sarracino, D. Villamaina, and A. VulpianiWe study the behavior of a moving wall in contact with a particle gas and subjected to an external force. We compare the … - Extreme values and the level-crossing problem: An application to the Feller process

Author(s): Jaume MasoliverWe review the question of the extreme values attained by a random process. We relate it to level crossings to one boundary (first-passage problems) as well as to two boundari … - Variational truncated Wigner approximation

Author(s): Dries Sels and Fons BrosensIn this paper we reconsider the notion of an optimal effective Hamiltonian for the semiclassical propagation of the Wigner distribution in phase space. An explici … - Impact dynamics of granular jets with noncircular cross sections

Author(s): Xiang Cheng, Leonardo Gordillo, Wendy W. Zhang, Heinrich M. Jaeger, and Sidney R. NagelUsing high-speed photography, we investigate two distinct regimes of the impact dynamics of granular j … - Eliminating 1/f noise in oscillators

Author(s): Eyal Kenig and M. C. CrossWe study 1/f and narrow-bandwidth noise in precision oscillators based on high-quality factor resonators and feedback. The dynamics of such an oscillator are well … - Analysis of anchor-size effects on pinned scroll waves and measurement of filament rigidity

Author(s): Elias Nakouzi, Zulma A. Jiménez, Vadim N. Biktashev, and Oliver SteinbockInert, spherical heterogeneities can pin three-dimensional scroll waves in the excitable Belousov-Zhabotinsky reacti … - Turbulence comes in bursts in stably stratified flows

Author(s): C. Rorai, P. D. Mininni, and A. PouquetThere is a clear distinction between simple laminar and complex turbulent fluids; however, in some cases, as for the nocturnal planetary boundary laye … - Nonlinear transverse cascade and two-dimensional magnetohydrodynamic subcritical turbulence in plane shear flows

Author(s): G. R. Mamatsashvili, D. Z. Gogichaishvili, G. D. Chagelishvili, and W. HortonWe find and investigate via numerical simulations self-sustained two-dimensional turbulence in a magnetohydrodyn …