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Experimental illustrations of pattern-forming phenomena: Examples from Rayleigh-Benard convection, Taylor-vortex flow, and electro convection. Guenter Ahlers Department of Physics University of California Santa Barbara CA USA. z. d. D T. Q. x.

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Experimental illustrations of pattern-forming phenomena:

Examples from Rayleigh-Benard convection,

Taylor-vortex flow, and electro convection

  • Guenter Ahlers
  • Department of Physics
  • University of California
  • Santa Barbara CA USA

z

d

DT

Q

x

n = kinematic viscosity

Prandtl number

e = DT/DTc - 1

k = thermal diffusivity

s = n / k

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k = (q, p)

T = Tcond + dT sin(p z) exp i(q x + p y ) exp( s t )

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e = 0

k = (q, p)

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Fluctuations

Patterns

Equilibrium

Paramagnet

Ferromagnet

<dT>

Temperature

Q = dT sin( p z ) exp[ i ( q x + p y ) ]

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Fluctuations well below the onset of convection

Structure factor =

square of the modulus

of the Fourier transform

of the snapshot

Shadowgraph image of the pattern. The sample

is viewed from the top.In essence, the method

shows the temperature field.

p

p

Snapshot in real space

R / Rc = 0.94

Movie by Jaechul Oh

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dST ~ k2

e = -0.57

-0.68

-0.78

dST ~ k-4

k

k

Experiment: J. Oh and G.A., cond-mat/0209104.

Linear Theory: J. Ortiz de Zarate and J. Sengers, Phys. Rev. E 66, 036305 (2002).

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C(k, t) = < ST (k, t) ST (k, t+ t) > / < ST2 (k, t) >

C = C0 exp( -s(k) t )

-0.14

s(k)

e = -0.70

J. Oh, J. Ortiz de Zarate, J. Sengers, and G.A., Phys. Rev. E 69, 021106 (2004).

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Just above onset, straight rolls are stable.

Theory: A. Schluter, D. Lortz, and F. Busse, J. Fluid Mech. 23, 129 (1965).

This experiment: K.M.S. Bajaj, N. Mukolobwiez, N. Currier, and G.A., Phys. Rev. Lett. 83, 5282 (1999).

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DT

k

F. Busse and R.M. Clever, J. Fluid Mech. 91, 319 (1979); and references therein.

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Taylor vortex flow

First experiments and linear stability analysis by G.I. Taylor in Cambridge

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time

Inner cylinder speed

The rigid top and bottom pin the phase of the

vortices. They also lead to the formation of a

sub-critical Ekman vortex.

M.A. Dominguez-Lerma, D.S. Cannell and G.A., Phys. Rev. A 34, 4956 (1986).

G. A., D.S. Cannell, M.A. Dominguez-Lerma, and R. Heinrichs,

Physica, 23D, 202 (1986).

A.M. Rucklidge and A.R. Champneys, Physica A 191, 282 (2004).

In the interior, a vortex pair is lost or gained

when the system leaves the stable band of states.

Theory:

W. Eckhaus, Studies in nonlinear stability theory, Springer, NY, 1965.

Experiment:

M.A. Dominguez-Lerma, D.S. Cannell and G.A., Phys. Rev. A 34, 4956 (1986).

G. A., D.S. Cannell, M.A. Dominguez-Lerma, and R. Heinrichs,

Physica, 23D, 202 (1986).

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( k - kc ) / kc

M.A. Dominguez-Lerma, D.S. Cannell and G.A., Phys. Rev. A 34, 4956 1986.

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At the free upper surface

the pinning of the phase

is weak and a vortex

pair can be gained or

lost. The Eckhaus

Instability is never

reached.

Experiment:

M. Linek and G.A.,

Phys. Rev. E 58, 3168 (1998).

Theory:

M.C. Cross, P.G. Daniels,

P.C. Hohenberg, and E.D. Siggia,

J. Fluid Mech. 127, 155 (1983).

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Free upper surface

Rigid

boundaries

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Theory:

H. Riecke and H.G. Paap, Phys. Rev. A 33, 547 (1986).

M.C. Cross, Phys. Rev. A 29, 391 (1984).

P.M. Eagles, Phys. Rev. A 31, 1955 (1985).

Experiment:

M.A. Dominguez-Lerma, D.S. Cannell and G.A., Phys. Rev. A 34, 4956 (1986).

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Back to Rayleigh-Benard !

Shadowgraph image of

the pattern. The sample

is viewed from the top.

In essence, the method

shows the temperature

field.

Wavenumber

Selection by

Domain wall

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Experiment:

J. Royer, P. O’Neill, N. Becker, and G.A., Phys. Rev. E 70, 036313 (2004).

Theory:

J. Buell and I. Catton, Phys. Fluids 29, 1 (1986)

A.C. Newell, T. Passot, and M. Souli, J. Fluid Mech. 220, 187 (1990).

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W†= 0

V. Croquette, Contemp. Phys. 30, 153 (1989).

Y. Hu, R. Ecke, and G. A., Phys. Rev. E 48, 4399 (1993);

Phys. Rev. E 51, 3263 (1995).

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Movie by Nathan Becker

W†= 0

Spiral-defect chaos:

S.W. Morris, E. Bodenschatz, D.S. Cannell, and G.A., Phys. Rev. Lett. 71, 2026 (1993).

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W = 2p f d2/ n

d

DT

Q

n = kinematic viscosity

Prandtl number

e = DT/DTc - 1

k = thermal diffusivity

s = n / k

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Wc < W†= 16

G. Kuppers and D. Lortz, J. Fluid Mech. 35, 609 (1969).

R.M. Clever and F. Busse, J. Fluid Mech. 94, 609 (1979).

Y.-C. Hu, R. Ecke, and G.A., Phys. Rev. Lett. 74 , 5040 (1995);

Y. Hu, R. E. Ecke, and G.A., Phys. Rev. E 55, 6928 (1997)

Y. Hu, W. Pesch, G.A., and R.E. Ecke, Phys. Rev. E 58, 5821 (1998).

Movies by Nathan Becker

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Electroconvection in a nematic liquid crystal

Planar

Alignment

Director

V = V0 cos( wt )

Convection for V0 > Vc

e = (V0 / Vc) 2 - 1

Anisotropic !

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Oblique rolls

zig

zag

Director

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Rayleigh-Benard convection

Fluctuations and linear growth rates below onset

Rotational invariance

Neutral curve

Straight rolls above onset

Stability range above onset, Busse Balloon

Taylor-vortec flow

Eckhaus instability

Narrower band due to reduced phase pinning at a free surface

Wavenumber selection by a ramp in epsilon

More Rayleigh-Benard

Wavenumber selection by a domain wall

Wavenumber determined by skewed-varicose instability

Onset of spiral-defect chaos

Rayleigh-Benard with rotation

Kuepers-Lortz or domain chaos

Electro-convection in a nematic

Loss of rotational invariance

Summary:

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