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Periodic differential equations with self-adjoint monodromy operator
V. I. Yudovich
Rostov State University
A linear differential equation $\dot u=A(t)u$ with $p$-periodic (generally speaking, unbounded)
operator coefficient in a Euclidean or a Hilbert space $\mathbb H$ is considered. It is proved under natural constraints that the monodromy operator $U_p$ is self-adjoint and strictly positive if $A^*(-t)=A(t)$ for all $t\in\mathbb R$.
It is shown that Hamiltonian systems in the class under consideration are usually unstable and, if they are stable, then the operator $U_p$ reduces to the identity and all solutions are $p$-periodic.
For higher frequencies averaged equations are derived. Remarkably, high-frequency modulation may double the number of critical values.
General results are applied to rotational flows with cylindrical components of the velocity $a_r=a_z=0$, $a_\theta=\lambda c(t)r^\beta$, $\beta<-1$, $c(t)$ is an even $p$-periodic function, and also to several problems of free gravitational convection of fluids in periodic fields.
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Sbornik: Mathematics, 2001, 192:3, 455–478
MSC: 34G10, 34A30, 76D05, 76E06
Received: 14.11.1999 and 24.08.2000
V. I. Yudovich, “Periodic differential equations with self-adjoint monodromy operator”, Mat. Sb., 192:3 (2001), 137–160; Sb. Math., 192:3 (2001), 455–478
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