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Research - (2019) Volume 8, Issue 2

**Received: **11-Sep-2019
**Published:**
27-Nov-2019

The construction of the tourbillon balls is fundamentally well known to Constatin and Strauss. In this work, we apply the flow of water through the compacted granular, in order to arrive at a model of passage in confinement and stagnation through the pores. An approach agrees of the advanced theory of water waves and the application of dynamics in microfluidics is discussed to improve “ASEAD Project water for everybody”. The approximation solution of nonlinear stochastic partial differential equation for only element of “Yakam Matrix” liquid-solid interface by simple understanding bifurcation behavior will follow the some trajectory of waves of water, granular compaction and dynamics of fluids at all scales, then we are still just at the beginning.

Water; Flow; Bifurcation; Multivariable; Granular; Pores; Yakam Matrix

In many cases, we find differential equations and partial differential equations, which justify the different variations of physical, chemical, biological or other phenomena, using five well-known physical states of matter. These are: the solid state (s), the liquid state (l), the gaseous state (g), the plasma state and the colloidal state. These states allowed us to build a matrix called Yakam introduced for the first time in 2007 [1].

We consider the Stokes equation governing the velocity and pressure of an incompressible creeping flow, subject to the gravity, in a domain Ω, open bounded subset of Rd. As the flow is supposed to be sufficiently slow to neglect the advection compared to the diffusion, the momentum balance equation reduces to

With the stress tensor Consisting of a viscous stress tensor and pressure term with I the identity matrix of Md (R). The incompressible constraint (x,,)=0. Moreover, the relation between liquid and granular through pores of Nano diameters gave supplemented with boundary conditions dΩ. In practice one cylinder with three dimensional in viscid gravity waves at the surface of layer of water with a flat bottom is the build case.

This interface helps the simple Setup, where undisturbed state
of flat surface equation is y=0 and the flat bottom is given by
y=-d for some d>0. In the presence of waves, let y=n(t, x) be the free surface and let (u(t, x, y, z)), v(t, x, y, z), w(t, x, y, z)) be the
velocity field (**Figure 1**). If P (t, x, y, z) denotes the pressure, Po the
constant atmospheric pressure, and g is the gravitational constant
of acceleration, the governing equations [2,3] are:

**Figure 1:** Interface liquid-solid-drinking water.

Where, k is the thermal conductivity of media. Substitution of Fourier’s relation gives the following basic flow equation:

The specified pressure, volume and ambient temperature are The specified flow and the convection boundary conditions is on S3.

For coupled phenomena’s during interaction near the granular the
contact with solid gives where σ is
Stephan-Boltzmann constant, ε is the surface emission coefficient;
α is the surface absorption coefficient and q_{r} is coming flow per
unit surface area. For transient problems it is necessary to specify
a pressure field for a body at the time t=0; θ(x, y, z, 0)=θ_{0}(x, y, z).

The boundary conditions for the water wave problem are P=P_{0} on y=

Given c>0, we are looking for periodic waves traveling at speed c. The
profile η oscillates around the flat surface y=0 and the horizontal
fluid velocity u is less than c at every point. For convenience we
shall take the length scale to be 2π . Define the (relative) stream function with on the free surface, and let be the vorticity At least locally, away from a stagnation point (a point where u=c, v=d, w=0), ω is a function of Ψ . We will assume
that there is a functionγ , called the vorticity function, such that
ω =γ (ψ ) throughout the fluid. Thus, Δψ = −γ (ψ ). We define the
relative mass flux as , which is independent of x by (2). Since Let have minimum value Let be the closure of the open fluid domain Given as set E
with a smooth boundary, define for ∈N and α ∈ (0,1) the space of functions with Holder continuous derivatives
( of index α) up to order m and of period 2π in the x, y and z
variables. Our main results are as follows (**Figure 2**).

**Figure 2:** Main results with the x, y and z variables.

Let the wave speed c>0, the relative mass flow po<0 and an arbitrary α∈ (0,1) be given. Let y(s) be a C1+α function defined on [0,|po|] Such that And

Consider traveling solution of speed c of the water wave problem
(1)–(2) with vorticity function such that u<c throughout the fluid.
There exists a connected set C of solutions (*u*,,,) in the Space appropriated to Sobolev Space
for Nonlinear Partial Differential Equation, with the following
properties.

1. C contains a trivial flow (with a flat surface η=0 );

There is a sequence of solutions for which

Furthermore, each solution satisfies.

1. It is easily that have period 2π in axis of gravitation z;

2. Within each period the wave profile η has a single maximum (crest) at x=a, say, and a single minimum (through);

3. That u and η are symmetric while v is antisymmetric around the line x=a;

4. , i.e., the profile of the wave is strictly decreasing from crest to trough.

(i) We make the same assumptions as in theorem 1, except we do
not assume (4). Then there exists a connected set C with the same
properties as in Theorem 1, except that 5 ii) is replaced by (B*)
there is a sequence (U_{n}) at either

**History of Stokes**

In 1847 Stokes [4] studied irrotational periodic traveling water waves
and some of their nonlinear approximations. The flat approach
was developed Levi-civita [5] and Struik [6]. Nevertheless in this
work we construct a global continuum of such regular solutions
with general vorticity. After that no other bifurcation point λ^{*}
can have this nodal pattern and the pattern persists all along C
the nonlinear boundary condition. We reduce the alternative (a)
that C is unbounded in to the condition that is
unbounded in , then we prove that h is successively bounded
in and finally in in Here we use the Schauder estimates and several basic
a priori estimates of Lieberman and Trudinger [7] for nonlinear
elliptic equation with nonlinear oblique boundary conditions.

Thus alternatives are reduced to (a*) either is unbounded in L∞ (R), or (c) C contains in its closure a solution where vanishes. Then we return to the original problem in the form of the Euler equation. Under assumption (4) we eliminate the last possibility (c) However, (a*) means that max , while (c) means that min for some sequence of solutions.

**Compacted granular**

Granular matter has been the subject of numerous studies since two last decades [G1-G2] for two–dimensional granular system [G2] and some the propagation of two-dimensional [G3] inviscid gravity waves at the surface of a layer of water with a flat botton.

Many manipulations of granular by compaction to properties powders are well-known, but the manipulation the adhesion liquid onto compacted granular in four different scales: macroscopic scale, mesoscopic scale, microscopic scale and nanoscale is very complex and present the nonlinearity of behaviour waves water onto substrates solid of compacted granular throughout the porous. Interface liquid-solid generate by nonlinear dynamical system. The models developed can help to understand and make predictions about effects induced by multipara meters change such onto during flow liquid, stagnation and flow in porous of granular and amplitude of periodic stimulus. The multi-disciplinary team of scientists and support staff whose aim is to investigate the occurrence of scrapie in the water of world population and to provide advice on the control of penery of drinking water in the future. We do not understand if the complex of element‘s “Yakam Matrix” can in physical sciences; scientific understanding has been expressed in elegant theoretical constructs and has led to revolutionary technological innovation [8-11]. If the advances in understanding bifurcation behavior of liquid-solid interface of “Yakam Matrix” will follow the some trajectory of waves of water, granular compaction and dynamics of fluids at all scales, then we are still just at the beginning “Yakam Matrix”.

The study of networks pervades all of science, from fluids mechanics. The nonlinear dynamics: systems can often be modelled by differential equations dx/dt=v(x), where x(t)=(x1(t), …, Xn(t)) is a vector of state variables, t is time, and v(x)=(V1(x),…, Vn(x)) is a vector of functions that encode the dynamics.

Where is the phase of the ith oscillator and i ω is its natural frequency, chosen at random from a lorentzian probability density of width γ and mean . Using an ingenious self-consistency argument, Kuramoto solved for the order parameter that (a convenient measure of the extent of synchronization) in the limit and He found that

Where In order words, the oscillation and stagnation of
water through porous of granular are desynchronized completely
until the coupling strength K exceeds a critical value k_{c} . After
that, the population splits into a partially synchronized three
dimensional state.

The partials derivatives of x, y, z, in respect to u, v, w are found by differentiation of displacement of water through porous of granulars.

We limit our investigation in Hilbert-Sobolev Spaces specified by

For our study “noyau” of operator of in

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**Citation:** Kabeya-Mukeba LY (2019) Interface Liquid-Solid: Global Bifurcation Multi-parameter of Flow Water Waves through Porous Compacted Granular by “Yakam Matrix”. J Appl Mech Eng. 8:321. doi: 10.35248/2168-9873.19.8.321

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