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Remarks on Nonlinear Relation Among Phases and Frequencies in Modulational Instabilities of Parallel Propagating Alfvén Waves : Volume 13, Issue 4 (24/08/2006)

By Nariyuki, Y.

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Title: Remarks on Nonlinear Relation Among Phases and Frequencies in Modulational Instabilities of Parallel Propagating Alfvén Waves : Volume 13, Issue 4 (24/08/2006)  
Author: Nariyuki, Y.
Volume: Vol. 13, Issue 4
Language: English
Subject: Science, Nonlinear, Processes
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection, Copernicus GmbH
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2006
Publisher: Copernicus Gmbh, Göttingen, Germany
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Hada, T., & Nariyuki, Y. (2006). Remarks on Nonlinear Relation Among Phases and Frequencies in Modulational Instabilities of Parallel Propagating Alfvén Waves : Volume 13, Issue 4 (24/08/2006). Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Description: Department of Earth System Science and Technology, Kyushu University, 816-8580, Kasuga, Japan. Nonlinear relations among frequencies and phases in modulational instability of circularly polarized Alfvén waves are discussed, within the context of one dimensional, dissipation-less, unforced fluid system. We show that generation of phase coherence is a natural consequence of the modulational instability of Alfvén waves. Furthermore, we quantitatively evaluate intensity of wave-wave interaction by using bi-coherence, and also by computing energy flow among wave modes, and demonstrate that the energy flow is directly related to the phase coherence generation. We first discuss the modulational instability within the derivative nonlinear Schrödinger (DNLS) equation, which is a subset of the Hall-MHD system including the right- and left-hand polarized, nearly degenerate quasi-parallel Alfvén waves. The dominant nonlinear process within this model is the four wave interaction, in which a quartet of waves in resonance can exchange energy. By numerically time integrating the DNLS equation with periodic boundary conditions, and by evaluating relative phase among the quartet of waves, we show that the phase coherence is generated when the waves exchange energy among the quartet of waves. As a result, coherent structures (solitons) appear in the real space, while in the phase space of the wave frequency and the wave number, the wave power is seen to be distributed around a straight line. The slope of the line corresponds to the propagation speed of the coherent structures. Numerical time integration of the Hall-MHD system with periodic boundary conditions reveals that, wave power of transverse modes and that of longitudinal modes are aligned with a single straight line in the dispersion relation phase space, suggesting that efficient exchange of energy among transverse and longitudinal wave modes is realized in the Hall-MHD. Generation of the longitudinal wave modes violates the assumptions employed in deriving the DNLS such as the quasi-static approximation, and thus long time evolution of the Alfvén modulational instability in the DNLS and in the Hall-MHD models differs significantly, even though the initial plasma and parent wave parameters are chosen in such a way that the modulational instability is the most dominant instability among various parametric instabilities. One of the most important features which only appears in the Hall-MHD model is the generation of sound waves driven by ponderomotive density fluctuations. We discuss relationship between the dispersion relation, energy exchange among wave modes, and coherence of phases in the waveforms in the real space. Some relevant future issues are discussed as well.

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Remarks on nonlinear relation among phases and frequencies in modulational instabilities of parallel propagating Alfvén waves

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