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Evan Miller: Finite-time blowup for an Euler and hypodissipative Navier–Stokes model equation on a restricted constra…

Time: Thu 2023-10-26 11.00 - 12.00

Location: Institut Mittag-Leffler, Seminar Hall Kuskvillan and Zoom

Video link: Meeting ID: 921 756 1880

Participating: Evan Miller, University of British Columbia

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In this talk, I will discuss model equations for the Euler and hypodissipative Navier–Stokes equations. These equations are analogous to the Euler equation and hypodissipative Navier–Stokes equation, but with the Helmholtz projection replaced by a projection onto a more restrictive constraint space. The nonlinear term arising from the self-advection of velocity is otherwise unchanged. These model equations have solutions that blow up in finite-time in the inviscid case, as well as in the viscous case when the degree of dissipation is weak enough. The blowup argument makes use of a permutation symmetric Ansatz, which allows for a dyadic energy cascade of the type found in the Friedlander–Katz–Pavlović dyadic Euler/Navier–Stokes model equation. The restricted Euler and hypodissipative Navier–Stokes equations respect both the energy equality and the identity for enstrophy growth for the full Euler and hypodissipative Navier–Stokes equations.