Motion of a droplet for the Stochastic mass conserving Allen-Cahn equation
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
MetadataShow full item record
AbstractWe study the stochastic mass-conserving Allen-Cahn equation posed on a smoothly bounded domain of R2 with additive, spatially smooth, space-time noise. This equation describes the stochastic motion of a small almost semicircular droplet attached to domain's boundary and moving towards a point of locally maximum curvature. We apply It^o calculus to derive the stochastic dynamics of the center of the droplet by utilizing the approximately invariant manifold introduced by Alikakos, Chen and Fusco  for the deterministic problem. In the stochastic case depending on the scaling, the motion is driven by the change in the curvature of the boundary and the stochastic forcing. Moreover, under the assumption of a su ciently small noise strength, we establish stochastic stability of a neighborhood of the manifold of boundary droplet states in the L2- and H1-norms, which means that with overwhelming probability the solution stays close to the manifold for very long time-scales.
CitationAntonopoulou, D., & Bates, P., & Bloemker, D., & Karali, G. (2016). Motion of a droplet for the Stochastic mass conserving Allen-Cahn equation. SIAM Journal on Mathematical Analysis, 48(1), 670-708. DOI: 10.1137/151005105
The following license files are associated with this item: