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Magnus Force and AharonovBohm Effect in
, 2008
"... The paper addresses the problem of the transverse force (Magnus force) on a vortex in a Galilean invariant quantum Bose liquid. Interaction of quasiparticles (phonons) with a vortex produces an additional transverse force (Iordanskii force). The Iordanskii force is related to the acoustic Aharonov–B ..."
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The paper addresses the problem of the transverse force (Magnus force) on a vortex in a Galilean invariant quantum Bose liquid. Interaction of quasiparticles (phonons) with a vortex produces an additional transverse force (Iordanskii force). The Iordanskii force is related to the acoustic Aharonov
THE MAGNUS FORCE ON SKYRMIONS IN FERROMAGNETS AND QUANTUM HALL SYSTEMS
"... The topological solitons, or “skyrmions”, in a planar ferromagnet experience a Magnus force proportional to the product of their velocity and the surrounding magnetization. It has been suggested that the charged quasiparticles near filling factor ν = 1 in the GaAs quantum Hall effect are skyrmions. ..."
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The topological solitons, or “skyrmions”, in a planar ferromagnet experience a Magnus force proportional to the product of their velocity and the surrounding magnetization. It has been suggested that the charged quasiparticles near filling factor ν = 1 in the GaAs quantum Hall effect are skyrmions
Spectral Flow in Josephson Junctions and Effective Magnus Force
, 2008
"... Momentum production during the phase slip process in SNS Josephson junction is discussed. It is caused by the spectral flow of bound states of fermions localized within the junction. This effectively reduces the Magnus force acting on vortices which provides an explanation for the experimental obser ..."
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Momentum production during the phase slip process in SNS Josephson junction is discussed. It is caused by the spectral flow of bound states of fermions localized within the junction. This effectively reduces the Magnus force acting on vortices which provides an explanation for the experimental
Magnus force on skyrmions in ferromagnets and quantum Hall systems”, condmat/9512010
"... The topological solitons, or \skyrmions", in a planar ferromagnet experience a Magnus force proportional to the product of their velocity and the surrounding magnetization. It has been suggested that the charged quasiparticles near lling factor = 1 in the GaAs quantum Hall eect are skyrmions. ..."
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The topological solitons, or \skyrmions", in a planar ferromagnet experience a Magnus force proportional to the product of their velocity and the surrounding magnetization. It has been suggested that the charged quasiparticles near lling factor = 1 in the GaAs quantum Hall eect are skyrmions
November 1995 THE MAGNUS FORCE ON SKYRMIONS IN FERROMAGNETS AND QUANTUM HALL SYSTEMS
, 1995
"... The topological solitons, or “skyrmions”, in a planar ferromagnet experience a Magnus force proportional to the product of their velocity and the surrounding magnetization. It has been suggested that the charged quasiparticles near filling factor ν = 1 in the GaAs quantum Hall effect are skyrmions. ..."
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The topological solitons, or “skyrmions”, in a planar ferromagnet experience a Magnus force proportional to the product of their velocity and the surrounding magnetization. It has been suggested that the charged quasiparticles near filling factor ν = 1 in the GaAs quantum Hall effect are skyrmions
Estimating threedimensional motion parameters of a rigid planar patch, III: Finite point correspondences and threeview problem
 in Proc. IEEE Int. Conf ASSP
"... noise electron tubes, and superconductive parametric and storage devices. In 1965 he performed an experiment which first proved the existence of the Magnus force in superconductors and was a corecipient of the RCA Research Award for the development of a superconductive parametric amplifier. In 19 ..."
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noise electron tubes, and superconductive parametric and storage devices. In 1965 he performed an experiment which first proved the existence of the Magnus force in superconductors and was a corecipient of the RCA Research Award for the development of a superconductive parametric amplifier
Spectral flow, magnus force, and mutual friction via the geometric optics limit of Andreev reflection
 Phys. Rev. B
, 1996
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Microscopic Analysis of the NonDissipative Force on a Line Vortex in a Superconductor: Berry’s Phase, Momentum Flows and the Magnus Force
, 2008
"... A microscopic analysis of the nondissipative force Fnd acting on a line vortex in a typeII superconductor at T = 0 is given. We first examine the Berry phase induced in the true superconducting ground state by movement of the vortex and show how this phase introduces a WessZumino term in the hydr ..."
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in the hydrodynamic action Shyd of the superconducting condensate. Appropriate variation of Shyd gives Fnd and variation of the WessZumino term is seen to contribute the Magnus (lift) force of classical hydrodynamics to Fnd. Because our analysis is based on the true superconducting ground state, we are able
Magnus and Iordanskii Forces in Superfluids
, 1997
"... The total transverse force acting on a quantized vortex in a superfluid is a problem that has eluded a complete understanding for more than three decades. In this letter I propose a remarkably simple argument, somewhat reminiscent of Laughlin’s beautiful argument for the quantization of conductance ..."
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The total transverse force acting on a quantized vortex in a superfluid is a problem that has eluded a complete understanding for more than three decades. In this letter I propose a remarkably simple argument, somewhat reminiscent of Laughlin’s beautiful argument for the quantization of conductance
MAGNUS AND DRAG FORCES ACTING ON GOLF BALL
"... The paper describes the results of experiments with a rotating golf ball moving quasisteadily in calm water. The motion of the ball was recorded on a digital video camera. The Cartesian coordinates and the angle of rotation of the ball were determined from the records of motion. The dimensionless d ..."
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drag force coefficient, Magnus force coefficient and translational and rotational Reynolds numbers were calculated from the time series of the ball coordinates and the angle of rotation for each recorded frame. The calculated data were averaged over rectangular cells on experimental domain on the plane
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