Author(s): Shoji Fujiyama, Akira Mitani, Makoto Tsubota, D. I. Bradley, S. N. Fisher, A. M. Guénault, R. P. Haley, G. R. Pickett, and V. Tsepelin

A zero-temperature superfluid is arguably the simplest system in which to study complex fluid dynamics, such as turbulence. We describe computer simulations of such turbulence and compare the results directly with recent experiments in superfluid ^{3} He-B . We are able to follow the entire process …

[Phys. Rev. B 81, 180512] Published Wed May 26, 2010