@article{oai:nagoya.repo.nii.ac.jp:02003802,
author = {Kubo, Wataru and Tsuji, Yoshiyuki},
issue = {1-2},
journal = {Journal of Low Temperature Physics},
month = {Jul},
note = {Lagrangian trajectories of small particles in a fully developed turbulent state are studied in a rectangular duct. A plate heater is attached on the bottom to generate the thermal counter flow. The bath temperature is changed from 1.7 to 2.1 K and is controlled within 0.1 mK. Small particles made of solid hydrogen are visualized by high-speed camera, and their trajectories are recorded. Their motions indicate complex features depending not only on bath temperature and heater power, but also on particle size. In this study, the Hurst exponent is defined by |x(t+τ)−x(t)|∝τ^H, where x(t) denotes the particle position at time t. It was found that there is a characteristic timescale τ0. For small time separation, τ≤τ0, the exponent H is small. However, for large time separation, τ0≪τ, H is nearly 1.},
pages = {170--176},
title = {Statistical Properties of Small Particle Trajectories in a Fully Developed Turbulent State in He-II},
volume = {196},
year = {2019}
}