Direct measurements of the energy dissipated by quantum turbulence clearly demonstrate that the scaling of the long-time decay of the energy dissipation in the quasiclassical regime of turbulence differs from that in the ultraquantum regime.
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Sergeev, Y. Energy dissipation in extreme cold. Nature Phys 7, 451–452 (2011). https://doi.org/10.1038/nphys2015