American Journal of Computational Mathematics

Volume 10, Issue 1 (March 2020)

ISSN Print: 2161-1203   ISSN Online: 2161-1211

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Deterministic Chaos of Exponential Oscillons and Pulsons

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DOI: 10.4236/ajcm.2020.101004    295 Downloads   625 Views  


An exact 3-D solution for deterministic chaos of J wave groups with M internal waves governed by the Navier-Stokes equations is presented. Using the Helmholtz decomposition, the Dirichlet problem for the Navier-Stokes equations is decomposed into the Archimedean, Stokes, and Navier problems. The exact solution is derived by the method of decomposition in invariant structures (DIS). A cascade differential algebra is developed for four families of invariant structures: deterministic scalar kinematic (DSK) structures, deterministic vector kinematic (DVK) structures, deterministic scalar dynamic (DSD) structures, and deterministic vector dynamic (DVD) structures. The Helmholtz decomposition of anticommutators, commutators, and directional derivatives is computed in terms of the dot and cross products of the DVK structures. Computation is performed with the help of the experimental and theoretical programming in Maple. Scalar and vector variables of the Stokes problem are decomposed into the DSK and DVK structures, respectively. Scalar and vector variables of the Navier problem are expanded into the DSD and DVD structures, correspondingly. Potentialization of the Navier field is possible since internal vortex forces, which are described by the vector potentials of the Helmholtz decomposition, counterbalance each other. On the contrary, external potential forces, which are expressed via the scalar potentials of the Helmholtz decomposition, superpose together to form the gradient of a dynamic pressure. Various constituents of the kinetic energy and the total pressure are visualized by the conservative, multi-wave propagation and interaction of three-dimensional, nonlinear, internal waves with a two-fold topology, which are called oscillons and pulsons.

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Miroshnikov, V.A. (2020) Deterministic Chaos of Exponential Oscillons and Pulsons. American Journal of Computational Mathematics, 10, 43-72. doi: 10.4236/ajcm.2020.101004.

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