 By S. Skogestad

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In either case c-l . (A-~) E t t=O c~ c =4 t=O lim i(A-~) . (C;l) = +00 c~ Figures 4 and 5 show plots of c l and Cz for the cumulant method. All the factors above, taken with the heavy algebra required to obtain the approximation, lead to the conclusion that some other approximation technique needs to be found. 5. 4. 5. 4. 5. 4. 0E-04 110 VALUES FIGURE Sa 44 STOCHASTIC VARIANCE FOR CUMULANT METHOD o~------------------------------------~ -20000 -40000 -60000 x gJ .... 5. 4. OE-07 200 VALUES FIGURE 5b 200 45 6.

Clearly the resulting stochastic process will be Gaussian, the normal distribution being the unique distribution with only first and second cumulants non-zero. The actual physical or mathematical justification for neglect of cumulants is not apparent, but Whittle refers to good results of Chandrasekhar (1955) in an application of the theory of turbulence. The cumulants can be expressed in terms of the moments as 38· ]Jl' (34) etc. When we neglect the third cumulant, we are assuming that Likewise there will be a corresponding assumption for each consecutive cumulant.

00 L at n=l N 2 n! 1) N (70) (~2 + + ~ + ~)lq(y,t). N2 N We now equate, in (70), terms in NO: (71) (2~ - l)~y(yq) + a H[(H)1) (A-)1) + ~l~ ay2 As per van Kampen (1961), we can transform this into an equation for which the solution is known. (72) seT) -log Let ~(l and note that ds/dT (73) an = -a ay -=. as 2~ ~) - log 4, - 1. Under this transformation, (71) becomes (qy) + Applying the additional transformations y = ze -s s ,q = e Q(z,s), we obtain (74) e 2s~ az 2 The solution to this equation is given by Chandrasekhar (1943): (75) where I 1 Q(z,s) = - - - exp [- (47f1)!

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