Large-Scale Kolmogorov Flow on the Beta-Plane, Resonant Wave Interactions and Scale Selection View Full Text


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DATE

1996

AUTHORS

U. Frisch , B. Legras , B. Villone

ABSTRACT

The large-scale dynamics of the Kolmogorov flow near its threshold of instability is studied in the presence of the β-effect (Rossby waves). The governing equation, obtained by a multiscale technique, fails the Painlevé test of integrability when β ≠ 0. This “β-Cahn-Hilliard” equation with cubic nonlinearity is simulated numerically in various régimes. The dispersive action of the waves modifies the inverse cascade associated with the Kolmogorov flow [1]. For small values of β the inverse cascade is interrupted at a wavenumber which increases with β. For large values of β only resonant wave interactions (RWI) survive. An original approach to RWI is developed, based on a reduction to normal form, of the sort used in celestial mechanics [2]. Otherwise, wavenumber discreteness effects, which are dramatic in the present case, are not captured. The method is extendable to arbitrary RWI problems of the kind encountered in plasma physics, spin waves, oceanography, etc. (See, e.g., Ref [3]). The Only four-wave reasonances present involve two pairs of opposite wavenumbers. This allows leading-order decoupling of moduli and phases of the varios Fourier modes, so that an exact kinetic equation is obtained for the energies of the modes. It has a Lyapunov function (gredient) formulation and multiple attracting steady-states. each with a single mode excited. More... »

PAGES

335-336

Book

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Advances in Turbulence VI

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978-94-010-6618-1
978-94-009-0297-8

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