Energetic and entropic cost due to overlapping of Turing-Hopf instabilities in the presence of cross diffusion.

  title={Energetic and entropic cost due to overlapping of Turing-Hopf instabilities in the presence of cross diffusion.},
  author={Premashis Kumar and Gautam Gangopadhyay},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  volume={101 4-1},
A systematic introduction to nonequilibrium thermodynamics of dynamical instabilities are considered for an open nonlinear system beyond conventional Turing pattern in presence of cross diffusion. An altered condition of Turing instability in presence of cross diffusion is best reflected through a critical control parameter and wave number containing both the self- and cross-diffusion coefficients. Our main focus is on entropic and energetic cost of Turing-Hopf interplay in stationary pattern… 

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