Artikel baru : Construction of NavierStokes Equation using Gauge Field Theory Approach
Oleh : Albert Sulaiman
Kamis, 30 Juni 2005 (00:29 WIB) dari IP 202.153.239.238
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Tesis S2 (2005)
Construction of NavierStokes Equation using Gauge Field Theory Approach
Albert Sulaiman
The equation of motion governs fluid flows is well known as the NavierStokes equation. Most researches on fluid dynamics are mostly dedicated to get the solutions of this equation with particular boundary conditions, because of difficulties in obtaining exact solutions for this kind of nonlinear equation. The gauge field theory is the most popular field theory and widely accepted as a basic theory in elementary particle physics. We then attempt to reconstruct the NavierStokes equation in the same manner as gauge theory. Using a four vector potential \A_\mu with appropriate content describing the fluid dynamics, i.e. A_\mu = (\Phi, \av), we show that it is possible to construct the NavierStokes equation from a gauge invariant bosonic lagrangian \l_{NS} = \frac{1}{4}F_{\mu\nu}F^{\mu\nu} + g\ja_\mu \A^\mu. The NavierStoke equation is obtained as its equation of motion through the EulerLagrange equation. Further, we present the application of the theory, i.e. t
he propagation Davydov soliton immersed in fluid system and the theory of turbulence. The propagation of Davidov soliton in fluid system that can be described by the Lagrange density which is similar to the quantum electrodynamics for boson particle. In the static condition, the Lagrange density is similar with the GinzburgLandau lagrangian. If fluid flow parallel to soliton propagation, the phenomenon is described by the variable that is a coefficient in the nonlinear KleinGordon equation. Behaviour of the solution in term of single solution is also given. Finally, concerning the similarity between the statistical mechanics and the fields theory we construct the theory of turbulence.

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