On Some Properties and Symmetries of the 5-Dimensional Lorenz System

  title={On Some Properties and Symmetries of the 5-Dimensional Lorenz System},
  author={Cristian Lăzureanu and Tudor B{\^i}nzar},
  journal={Mathematical Problems in Engineering},
The 5-dimensional Lorenz system for the gravity-wave activity is considered. Some stability problems and the existence of periodic orbits are studied. Also, a symplectic realization and some symmetries are given. 

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