Stochastic homogenization for an energy conserving multi-scale toy model of the atmosphere
We study a Hamiltonian toy model for a Lagrangian fluid parcel in the semi-geostrophic limit which exhibits slow and fast dynamics. We first reinject unresolved fast dynamics into the deterministic equation through a stochastic parametrization that respects the conservation of the energy of the deterministic system. In a second step we use stochastic singular perturbation theory to derive an effective reduced stochastic differential equation for the slow dynamics. We verify the results in numerical simulations.
|Keywords||Homogenization, Multi-scale systems, Stochastic parametrizations|
|THEME||Other (theme 6)|
|Journal||Physica - D, Nonlinear Phenomena|
|Project||Thermostat closures for inviscid fluids|
Frank, J.E, & Gottwald, G.A. (2013). Stochastic homogenization for an energy conserving multi-scale toy model of the atmosphere. Physica - D, Nonlinear Phenomena, 254, 45–56.