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Université Lille 1, Sciences et Technologies

2014/2015 Master degree in mathematical engineering Refresher course in modeling

Final exam.

October, 13th 2014. 3 hours.

Cell phones and calculators are forbidden.

Each exercise should be done on a dierent sheet of paper.

Exercise 1

(1) Describe a model where the following equation appears :

tN =κ∆N +g(x, N).

Explain precisely how one derive the previous equation and what are N, g and κ in your model.

In the following of the exercise, we make the assumption that g(x, N)≡0.

(2) We consider the previous equation on a disk of radius R > 0 centered at 0. Show that the previous equation can be expressed in polar coordinates(r, θ) as follows :

tN =κ ∂2N

∂r2 + 1 r

∂N

∂r + 1 r2

∂N

∂θ

.

In the following of the exercise, we suppose that we impose the limit condition N(R, θ, t) = N0(θ),

and that N has reached a permanent regime where N does not depend on t. (3) Set ψ(s, θ) =N(es, θ). Show that ψ satises

2ψ

∂s2 +∂2ψ

∂θ2 = 0.

(4) Justify that any solutionψ of the previous equation satises ψ(s, θ) =X

n≥0

(An(s) cos(nθ) +Bn(s) sin(nθ)).

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(5) Conclude that any solutionN(r, θ) is of the following form N(r, θ) = X

n≥0

(anrncos(nθ) +bnrnsin(nθ)). Express the coecientsan and bn in terms of N0.

Exercise 2 Consider the classical Hamiltonian

H(q, p) = 1

2p2−F q, where F >0 and (q, p)∈R2.

(i) Write, then solve, the corresponding Hamiltonian equations of motion. What kind of physical situation does this Hamiltonian describe ?

We now consider the following one-dimensional Schrödinger equation (y ∈R) i∂tψt(y) = 1

2(P2ψt)(y)−F(Qψt)(y), ψ0(y) =ϕ(y),

where F > 0 and where P and Q were dened in the course. Note that we put ~ = 1 to simplify the notation and that ψt(y) =ψ(y, t). In what followsϕis assumed to be known, but not given explicity. Also, ψˆt denotes the Fourier transform of ψt.

(ii) Compute

d

dthψt, Qψti, d

dthψt, P ψti,

and then determine explicitlyhψt, Qψti and hψt, P ψti in terms of the initial condi- tion. Compare with (i) and comment.

(iii) Use conservation of energy and the previous result to computehψt, P2ψtiand∆Pt. What can you conclude about the evolution of the momentum distribution of the particle from the information obtained so far ?

(iv) Show that

i∂tψˆt(p) = 1

2p2ψ(p)ˆ −F i∂pψˆt(p).

(v) Introduce the function

f(p, t) := ˆψ(p+F t, t),

and show that i∂tf(p, t) = 12(p+ F t)2f(p, t). Solve this equation and then give a complete description of the evolution of the momentum probability distribution

|ψˆt|2(p)dp of the particle and link it to the result found in (ii)-(iii).

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(vi) Give an expression for ψt(y) in the form ψt(y) =

Z

R

exp(−iS(p−F t, t)) ˆϕ(p−F t) exp(ipy) dp

√2π. Identify the (real-valued) function S(p, t)explicitly.

(vii) Show that

d2

dt2t, Q2ψti= 4hψt, Hψti+ 6Fhψt, Qψti.

Solve this equation and compute ∆Qt. Hint : This exercice does not use (vi) but must be done in the same way as parts (ii) and (iii) above.

Exercise 3

The Boussinesq equations are an approximation of the general equations of Newtonian uids. These equations govern the evolution of slightly compressible uids when thermal phenomena are taken into account. The Boussinesq hypothesis reads :

The density ρ is assumed to be constant (= ρ0) everywhere in the equations, except in the gravity force term. For the gravity forces, ρ is replaced by a linear function of the tem- perature.

We denoteu(x, t)the velocity eld,ρ(x, t)the density,p(x, t)the pressure andT(x, t)the temperature in the domain Ω = {(x1, x2),0 < x2 < L}, for t ∈[0, Tmax]. The equations of a viscous, homogeneous, incompressible uid submitted to gravity and which conducts heat read : 



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







divu= 0, ρ0

∂u

∂t + (u· ∇)u

−µ∆u+∇p=−ρ0g(T −T)e2, CV

∂T

∂t + (u· ∇)T

−κ∆T = 0,

where e2 = (0,1)T,g = 9.81, µ >0, CV >0, κ >0 and T is the reference temperature.

(1) Explain each equation of this system.

(2) We assume that the temperature is maintained atT =T0 at x2 = 0 and at T =T1 atx2 =L. Compute the stationary solution satisfying us = 0 and Ts =ψ(x2) (we call ps(x1, x2) the pressure).

(3) From now on, we set θ =T −Ts,P =p−ps. Rewrite the system of equations for the new variables u, P, θ.

(4) We assume that the solutions (u, P, θ) of the new system are periodic with period 2π in x1 and that u vanishes at x2 = 0 and x2 =L. We set Ω = (0,2π)×(0, L). Show that we have :

Z

[(u· ∇)u]udx= 0, Z

[(u· ∇)θ]θ dx= 0, Z

∇p·udx= 0.

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(5) Give an expression of the total energy 1

2 d dt

Z

0|u|2+CVθ2)dx

assuming that we have the homogeneous Dirichlet boundary conditions on u, P, θ. (6) Show that the total energy decreases wheng = 0 and T1 =T0.

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