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Eulerian dynamics in this case is chaotic. The left panel shows a regular Lagrangian trajectory while the right panel shows a chaotic Lagrangian trajectory. The different behavior of the two particles is due to different initial conditions 2 Chaos, Transport and Diffusion 45 This result indicates once more that there is no strict link between Eulerian and Lagrangian chaoticity. e. regular trajectories close to the vortices and chaotic behavior between the vortices. It has been shown that this is indeed the case  and that the chaotic nature of the trajectories of advected particles is not strictly determined by the complex time evolution of the turbulent flow.
X; t/ is the stream function. 18) is a Hamiltonian system with the Hamiltonian given by the stream function . 19) where A; B and C are non zero real parameters. 0/ ! t/ defines a volume preserving, dynamics. 19) is a good candidate for chaotic motion. Let us briefly repeat his elegant argument. 20) v2 2 where P is the pressure and the density. t/. e. x/ D 0) in a part of the space. x/ D constant, where the motion must be regular as a consequence of general arguments . x/ D constant). 19) is chaotic for typical values of the parameters A, B, and C (see an example in Fig.
73) at larger scale.