It is fields and models all the way down

Journal of Fluid Mechanics @JFluidMech Read the latest #JFMPerspectives article in @JFluidMech: “Onsager’s ‘ideal turbulence’ theory” by Gregory Eyink
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Gregory, Thank you for sharing, particularly the history.

My notes to myself will only mean something to me, but I want to leave them in this note so I can find them again.

[ Note to self: Make arbitrary dynamic 3D “Onsanger grids” with acoustic and electromagnetic fields. Use the feedback for measurements. Control plasmonic boundary layers in propulsion and control surfaces. Control flows in ramjets. Control flows in chemical processes, particularly petrochemicals. Use for isotopic separations. And chip scale atom interferometers. Nice model once if is in SI units, and in a simulation, not math on paper. Extend to molecular scale and smaller. Tie to materials and protein structure projects.  Modify for nano devices and where external fields supply power at all scales directly where needed. And, for compressible and forced diffusive flows. For controlled Fourier flows with controlled turbulence. Using strong magnetic gradient fields, probably most any value of n can be synthesized and maintained now for ranges of r. Air, gases, plasmas, liquid, superfluid, plasmons. Check the 1/r^3 magnetic dipole potentials and higher multipoles. Check gluon version. Check nonlinear Schrodinger fields in laser vacuum transitions. Check fusion reactions. Rewrite the paper in global open form and units. Review for SpaceX Starship field project. Review for accelerator fusion.See if it can be done with error corrected quantum computers.  Or if “3D Onsanger grids” can also be used as quantum computer devices. ]

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