Dynamical systems and simulation of turbulence
AbstractWe propose an approach to the analysis of turbulent oscillations described by nonlinear boundary-value problems for partial differential equations. This approach is based on passing to a dynamical system of shifts along solutions and uses the notion of ideal turbulence (a mathematical phenomenon in which an attractor of an infinite-dimensional dynamical system is contained not in the phase space of the system but in a wider functional space and there are fractal or random functions among the attractor “points”). A scenario for ideal turbulence in systems with regular dynamics on an attractor is described; in this case, the space-time chaotization of a system (in particular, intermixing, self-stochasticity, and the cascade process of formation of structures) is due to the very complicated internal organization of attractor “points” (elements of a certain wider functional space). Such a scenario is realized in some idealized models of distributed systems of electrodynamics, acoustics, and radiophysics.
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Romanenko, Y. Y., and O. M. Sharkovsky. “Dynamical Systems and Simulation of Turbulence”. Ukrains’kyi Matematychnyi Zhurnal, Vol. 59, no. 2, Feb. 2007, pp. 217–230, http://umj.imath.kiev.ua/index.php/umj/article/view/3305.