The Constantin-Lax-Majda model is a 1d system which shares certain features (related to vortex stretching) with the 3d Euler equation. The model is explicitly solvable and exhibits finite-time blow-up for an open subset of smooth initial data. In 1990s De Gregorio suggested adding a transport term to the system, which is analogous to the transport term in the Euler equation. It turns out the transport term has some regularizing effects, which we will discuss in the lecture.
- PDE CDT Lunchtime Seminar