Stability Results for Steady, SpatiallyPeriodic Planforms
Dionne, B, Silber, M and Skeldon, AC (1998) Stability Results for Steady, SpatiallyPeriodic Planforms Nonlinearity, 10 (2).

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Abstract
We consider the symmetrybreaking steady state bifurcation of a spatiallyuniform equilibrium solution of E(2)equivariant PDEs. We restrict the space of solutions to those that are doublyperiodic with respect to a square or hexagonal lattice, and consider the bifurcation problem restricted to a finitedimensional center manifold. For the square lattice we assume that the kernel of the linear operator, at the bifurcation point, consists of 4 complex Fourier modes, with wave vectors K_1=(a,b), K_2=(b,a), K_3=(b,a), and K_4=(a,b), where a>b>0 are integers. For the hexagonal lattice, we assume that the kernel of the linear operator consists of 6 complex Fourier modes, also parameterized by an integer pair (a,b). We derive normal forms for the bifurcation problems, which we use to compute the linear, orbital stability of those solution branches guaranteed to exist by the equivariant branching lemma. These solutions consist of rolls, squares, hexagons, a countable set of rhombs, and a countable set of planforms that are superpositions of all of the Fourier modes in the kernel. Since rolls and squares (hexagons) are common to all of the bifurcation problems posed on square (hexagonal) lattices, this framework can be used to determine their stability relative to a countable set of perturbations by varying a and b. For the hexagonal lattice, we analyze the degenerate bifurcation problem obtained by setting the coefficient of the quadratic term to zero. The unfolding of the degenerate bifurcation problem reveals a new class of secondary bifurcations on the hexagons and rhombs solution branches.
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Additional Information:  Copyright 1998 Institute of Physics. This is the author's accepted manuscript. 
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Divisions:  Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences > Mathematics 
Depositing User:  Symplectic Elements 
Date Deposited:  27 Jan 2012 11:06 
Last Modified:  23 Sep 2013 18:57 
URI:  http://epubs.surrey.ac.uk/id/eprint/72371 
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