The generation of turbulence is one of the main problems of classical hydrodynamics and TGD inspired quantum hydrodynamics suggests a solution to this problem. Not only "classical" is replaced with "quantum" but also quantum theory is generalized.
The key notion is magnetic body (MB): MB carries dark matter as h_{eff}=nh_{0} phases and controls the flow at the level of ordinary matter. Magnetic flux tubes would be associated with the vortices. The proposal inspired by super-fluidity is that velocity field is proportional to Kähler gauge potential and that the cores of vortices corresponds to monopole flux tubes whereas their exteriors would correspond to Lagrangian flux tubes with a vanishing Kähler field so that velocity field is gradient. Vorticity field would correspond to the Z^{0} magnetic field so that a very close analogy with superconductivity emerges.
The model is applied to several situations. The generation of turbulence and its decay in a flow near boundaries is discussed. ZEO suggests that the generation of turbulence could correspond to temporary time reversal associated with a macroscopic "big" (ordinary) state function reduction (BSFR).
Also the connection with magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) is considered. The reconnection of the field lines is replaced with the reconnection of flux tubes. The fact that monopole flux tubes require no current to generate the magnetic field provides a new insight to the problem of how magnetic fields in astrophysical scales are generated.
The topological picture based on flux tubes can be applied to the collisions of circular vortices. Also the violations of the circulation theorem of Kelvin is discussed.