This thesis is divided into three main parts devoted to the study of magnetohydrodynamics
(MHD) turbulence flows.
Part I consists of introduction and background (or preliminary) materials which
were crucially important in the process. The main body of the thesis is included in
parts II and III.
In Part II, new regularity results for stochastic heat equations in probabilistic evolution
spaces of Besov type are established, which in turn were used to establish global
and local in time existence and uniqueness results for stochastic MHD equations.
The existence result holds with positive probability which can be made arbitrarily
close to one. The work is carried out by blending harmonic analysis tools, such as
Littlewood-Paley decomposition, Jean-Micheal Bony paradifferential calculus and
stochastic calculus. Our global existence result is new in three-dimensional spaces
and is published in (Sango and Tegegn, Harmonic analysis tools for stochastic
magnetohydrodynamics equations in Besov spaces, International Journal of Modern
Physics B, World Scientific, 2016, 30). Our results in this part are novel; they introduced
Littlewood-Paley theory and paradifferential calculus for stochastic partial
In Part III, we studied Kolmogorov's spectral theory for MHD equations with reasonably
smooth external forces applied to both velocity and magnetic fields.