Event № 390
Advisor: Professor Alexander Nepomnyashchy.
Abstract: The transport induced by hydrodynamical flows often reveals anomalous properties. The anomalous transport in the case of a chaotic advection is a well-developed field. However, the anomalous properties of the advection by viscous flows in the absence of the Lagrangian chaos are much less explored.
In my talk I will introduce some basic concepts about the hydrodynamical problem and its interpretation in the framework of the theory of dynamical systems. The conception of Special Flow Introduced formerly in Ergodic Theory will help to understand the mechanisms behind the anomalous properties of the transport. I will describe the corresponding statistical properties induced by such a flow in order to draw conclusions on the original system.