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Now imagine gradually increasing the amplitude of α. Eventually one will reach the kinematic eigenvalue αc , beyond which the linearized equation would yield exponentially growing rather than decaying solutions. The question then is, what equilibrates these solutions in the supercritical regime, and at what amplitude? This is turn will decide whether we have an Ekman state, a Taylor state, or something else. What equilibrates the solutions is, of course, the nonlinear feedback via u. For O(1) supercriticality one would therefore expect the solutions to equilibrate when u = O(1).
3 cannot exhibit magnetic instabilities at any ﬁeld strength. 71) after all, thereby yielding a system that allows both convective and magnetic instabilities. This problem was considered by Zhang (1995), who showed that one can have a smooth transition from one type of instability to another. In particular, he showed that unlike the solid line in Fig. 6 (left), where Rac decreases up to some O(1) Elsasser number, and increases again thereafter, if B is not a potential ﬁeld, so that magnetic instabilities may occur, Rac simply decreases monotonically, and eventually even becomes negative.
As noted above, the timescale of these events in the core may well be even shorter than the one-year timescale at which they are observed at the surface; in terms of the dynamics of torsional oscillations we now understand how such events could indeed occur on timescales considerably shorter than a year. On this view then, the Earth’s ﬁeld is always close to a Taylor state, but small deviations are continually exciting torsional oscillations, of various periods and amplitudes, and occasionally a somewhat larger deviation from Taylor’s constraint causes a jerk, on a timescale of a year or even less.
Analytical modeling in applied electromagnetics by Sergei Tretyakov