Thursday, October 7, 2010 - 3:05pm
1 hour (actually 50 minutes)
The G-equation is a Hamilton-Jacobi level-set equation, that is used in turbulent combustion theory. Level sets of the solution represent a ﬂame surface which moves with normal velocity that is the sum of the laminar flame velocity and the fluid velocity. In this work I will discuss the large-scale long-time asymptotics of these solutions when the fluid velocity is modeled as a stationary incompressible random field. The main challenge of this work comes from the fact that our Hamiltonian is noncoercive. This is a joint work with J.Nolen.