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On the homotopy multiple-variable method and its applications in the interactions of nonlinear gravity waves. (English) Zbl 1221.76046
Summary: The basic ideas of a homotopy-based multiple-variable method is proposed and applied to investigate the nonlinear interactions of periodic traveling waves. Mathematically, this method does not depend upon any small physical parameters at all and thus is more general than the traditional multiple-scale perturbation techniques. Physically, it is found that, for a fully developed wave system, the amplitudes of all wave components are finite even if the wave resonance condition given by O. M. Phillips [J. Fluid Mech. 9, 193–217 (1960; Zbl 0094.41101)] is exactly satisfied. Besides, it is revealed that there exist multiple resonant waves, and that the amplitudes of resonant wave may be much smaller than those of primary waves so that the resonant waves sometimes contain rather small part of wave energy. Furthermore, a wave resonance condition for arbitrary numbers of traveling waves with large wave amplitudes is given, which logically contains Phillips’ four-wave resonance condition but opens a way to investigate the strongly nonlinear interaction of more than four traveling waves with large amplitudes. This work also illustrates that the homotopy multiple-variable method is helpful to gain solutions with important physical meanings of nonlinear problems, if the multiple-variables are properly defined with clear physical meanings.
MSC:
76B15Water waves, gravity waves; dispersion and scattering, nonlinear interaction
65N99Numerical methods for BVP of PDE
76M25Other numerical methods (fluid mechanics)
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