William H. Matthaeus
William H. Matthaeus
Professor of Physics, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Delaware
Verified email at udel.edu
TitleCited byYear
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
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
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
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
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
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
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 590 (1), L53, 2003
Turbulent magnetic reconnection
WH Matthaeus, SL Lamkin
The Physics of fluids 29 (8), 2513-2534, 1986
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
Selective decay hypothesis at high mechanical and magnetic Reynolds numbers
WH Matthaeus, D Montgomery
New York Academy of Sciences, Annals 357, 203-222, 1980
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
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
Nearly incompressible fluids. II: Magnetohydrodynamics, turbulence, and waves
GP Zank, WH Matthaeus
Physics of Fluids A: Fluid Dynamics 5 (1), 257-273, 1993
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
MHD-driven kinetic dissipation in the solar wind and corona
RJ Leamon, WH Matthaeus, CW Smith, GP Zank, DJ Mullan, S Oughton
The Astrophysical Journal 537 (2), 1054, 2000
Spatial structure and field-line diffusion in transverse magnetic turbulence
WH Matthaeus, PC Gray, DH Pontius Jr, JW Bieber
Physical review letters 75 (11), 2136, 1995
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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