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A low-frequency, high-amplitude, torsional oscillator for turbulence studies in quantum fluids

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A low-frequency, high-amplitude, torsional oscillator for turbulence studies in quantum fluids. / Guénault, A. M.; McClintock, P. V. E.; Poole, M. et al.

In: arXiv, 21.01.2022.

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@article{8954c24444fb4ad18d49142c9f79e634,
title = "A low-frequency, high-amplitude, torsional oscillator for turbulence studies in quantum fluids",
abstract = " We describe a new type of torsional oscillator, suitable for studies of quantum fluids at frequencies of ∼ 100 Hz, but capable of reaching high velocities of up to several cm\,s−1. This requires the oscillator amplitude to exceed 100 μm, which is much too large for a conventional capacitor-driven device. We describe the new geometry for the oscillator, discuss its design, and report our initial tests of its performance.",
author = "Gu{\'e}nault, {A. M.} and McClintock, {P. V. E.} and M. Poole and R. Schanen and V. Tsepelin and Zmeev, {D. E,}",
year = "2022",
month = jan,
day = "21",
language = "English",
journal = "arXiv",
issn = "2331-8422",

}

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TY - JOUR

T1 - A low-frequency, high-amplitude, torsional oscillator for turbulence studies in quantum fluids

AU - Guénault, A. M.

AU - McClintock, P. V. E.

AU - Poole, M.

AU - Schanen, R.

AU - Tsepelin, V.

AU - Zmeev, D. E,

PY - 2022/1/21

Y1 - 2022/1/21

N2 - We describe a new type of torsional oscillator, suitable for studies of quantum fluids at frequencies of ∼ 100 Hz, but capable of reaching high velocities of up to several cm\,s−1. This requires the oscillator amplitude to exceed 100 μm, which is much too large for a conventional capacitor-driven device. We describe the new geometry for the oscillator, discuss its design, and report our initial tests of its performance.

AB - We describe a new type of torsional oscillator, suitable for studies of quantum fluids at frequencies of ∼ 100 Hz, but capable of reaching high velocities of up to several cm\,s−1. This requires the oscillator amplitude to exceed 100 μm, which is much too large for a conventional capacitor-driven device. We describe the new geometry for the oscillator, discuss its design, and report our initial tests of its performance.

M3 - Journal article

JO - arXiv

JF - arXiv

SN - 2331-8422

M1 - arXiv:2201.08503 [cond-mat.other]

ER -