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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. A. Tsinober, L. Shtilman, A. Sinyavskii, H. Vaisburd
    Pages 9-16
  3. Robert M. Kerr
    Pages 17-23
  4. Pierre Comte, Eric David, Frédéric Ducros, Eric Lamballais, Marcel Lesieur, Olivier Métais et al.
    Pages 33-44
  5. D. Porter, A. Pouquet, P. Woodward
    Pages 51-58
  6. D. I. Pullin, P. G. Saffman
    Pages 61-74
  7. T. S. Lundgren, N. N. Mansour
    Pages 75-82
  8. R. Verzicco, J. Jiménez
    Pages 83-88
  9. Caroline Nore, Malek Abid, Marc Brachet
    Pages 105-112
  10. Robert H. Kraichnan
    Pages 115-122
  11. F. Belin, J. Maurer, P. Tabeling, H. Willaime
    Pages 131-136
  12. Daniel Schertzer, Shaun Lovejoy, François Schmitt
    Pages 137-144
  13. P. Frick, A. Babiano, B. Dubrulle
    Pages 145-151
  14. Vincenzo Carbone, Roberto Bruno, Pierluigi Veltri
    Pages 153-158
  15. S. Mimouni, G. Laval, B. Scheurer, S. Jaffard
    Pages 179-192
  16. M. Meneguzzi, A. Vincent, G. Michaud
    Pages 213-220
  17. Antonella Abbà, Riccardo Bucci, Carlo Cercignani, Lorenzo Valdettaro
    Pages 231-237
  18. David Montgomery, Xiaowen Shan
    Pages 241-254
  19. Sean Oughton, William H. Matthaeus, Sanjoy Ghosh
    Pages 273-279
  20. H. Politano, A. Pouquet, P. L. Sulem
    Pages 281-288
  21. R. Kinney, J. C. McWilliams
    Pages 289-294
  22. F. Pegoraro, B. N. Kuvshinov, M. Romanelli, T. J. Schep
    Pages 295-300
  23. E R Priest
    Pages 303-317
  24. T. G. Forbes
    Pages 319-324
  25. S. V. Bulanov, G. I. Dudnikova, V. P. Zhukov, I. N. Inovenkov, V. V. Pichushkin
    Pages 325-330
  26. Russell B. Dahlburg, David Norton
    Pages 331-339
  27. D. J. Galloway, R. Hollerbach, M. R. E. Proctor
    Pages 341-346
  28. B. v. Rekowski, L. L. Kitchatinov, G. Rüdiger
    Pages 355-360
  29. E. Falgarone
    Pages 377-383
  30. A. Brandenburg, Å. Nordlund, R. F. Stein, U. Torkelsson
    Pages 385-390
  31. G. Einaudi
    Pages 391-398
  32. Alan Matthews, Roland Grappin, André Mangeney, Jacques Léorat
    Pages 399-404
  33. T. Passot, P.L. Sulem
    Pages 405-410
  34. Francesco Califano, Andre Mangeney
    Pages 411-415

About these proceedings

Introduction

Small-scale structures in turbulent flows appear as a subtle mixture of order and chaos that could play an important role in the energetics. The aim here is a better understanding of the similarities and differences between vortex and current dynamics, and of the influence of these structures on the statistical and transport properties of hydrodynamic and magnetohydrodynamic turbulence, with special concern for fusion plasmas, and solar or magnetospheric environments. Special emphasis is given to the intermittency at inertial scales and to the coherent structures at small scales. Magnetic reconnection and the dynamo effect are also discussed, together with the effect of stratification and inhomogeneity. The impact of hydrodynamic concepts on astro and geophysical observations are reviewed.

Keywords

chaos diffusion gravity nonlinear dynamics turbulence vortices

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/BFb0102392
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag 1995
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-60486-0
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-47675-7
  • Series Print ISSN 0075-8450
  • Series Online ISSN 1616-6361
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