William H. Matthaeus
William H. Matthaeus
Unidel Professor of Physics, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Delaware
Verified email at udel.edu
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Recovery of the Navier-Stokes equations using a lattice-gas Boltzmann method
H Chen, S Chen, WH Matthaeus
Physical review A 45 (8), R5339, 1992
Measurement of the rugged invariants of magnetohydrodynamic turbulence in the solar wind
WH Matthaeus, ML Goldstein
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 87 (A8), 6011-6028, 1982
Anisotropy in MHD turbulence due to a mean magnetic field
JV Shebalin, WH Matthaeus, D Montgomery
Journal of Plasma Physics 29 (3), 525-547, 1983
Lattice Boltzmann model for simulation of magnetohydrodynamics
S Chen, H Chen, D Martnez, W Matthaeus
Physical Review Letters 67 (27), 3776, 1991
Proton and electron mean free paths: The Palmer consensus revisited
JW Bieber, WH Matthaeus, CW Smith, W Wanner, MB Kallenrode, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 420, 294-306, 1994
Observational constraints on the dynamics of the interplanetary magnetic field dissipation range
RJ Leamon, CW Smith, NF Ness, WH Matthaeus, HK Wong
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 103 (A3), 4775-4787, 1998
Dominant two‐dimensional solar wind turbulence with implications for cosmic ray transport
JW Bieber, W Wanner, WH Matthaeus
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 101 (A2), 2511-2522, 1996
Magnetohydrodynamic turbulence in the solar wind
ML Goldstein, DA Roberts, WH Matthaeus
Annual review of astronomy and astrophysics 33 (1), 283-325, 1995
Nonlinear collisionless perpendicular diffusion of charged particles
WH Matthaeus, G Qin, JW Bieber, GP Zank
Turbulent magnetic reconnection
WH Matthaeus, SL Lamkin
The Physics of fluids 29 (8), 2513-2534, 1986
Evidence for the presence of quasi‐two‐dimensional nearly incompressible fluctuations in the solar wind
WH Matthaeus, ML Goldstein, DA Roberts
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 95 (A12), 20673-20683, 1990
Origin and evolution of fluctuations in the solar wind: Helios observations and Helios‐Voyager comparisons
DA Roberts, ML Goldstein, LW Klein, WH Matthaeus
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 92 (A11), 12023-12035, 1987
ML Goldstein and DA Roberts
WH Matthaeus
Annu. Rev. Astran. Artmphys 33, 283-325, 1995
Evolution of turbulent magnetic fluctuation power with heliospheric distance
GP Zank, WH Matthaeus, CW Smith
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 101 (A8), 17093-17107, 1996
Selective decay hypothesis at high mechanical and magnetic Reynolds numbers
WH Matthaeus, D Montgomery
New York Academy of Sciences, Annals 357, 203-222, 1980
The influence of a mean magnetic field on three-dimensional magnetohydrodynamic turbulence
S Oughton, ER Priest, WH Matthaeus
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 280, 95-117, 1994
Coronal heating by magnetohydrodynamic turbulence driven by reflected low-frequency waves
WH Matthaeus, GP Zank, S Oughton, DJ Mullan, P Dmitruk
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 523 (1), L93, 1999
Nearly incompressible fluids. II: Magnetohydrodynamics, turbulence, and waves
GP Zank, WH Matthaeus
Physics of Fluids A: Fluid Dynamics 5 (1), 257-273, 1993
Coherent structures, intermittent turbulence, and dissipation in high-temperature plasmas
H Karimabadi, V Roytershteyn, M Wan, WH Matthaeus, W Daughton, ...
Physics of Plasmas 20 (1), 012303, 2013
Heating of the low‐latitude solar wind by dissipation of turbulent magnetic fluctuations
CW Smith, WH Matthaeus, GP Zank, NF Ness, S Oughton, JD Richardson
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 106 (A5), 8253-8272, 2001
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