# Bifurcation of convection of fluid in container, when adding temperature

I once read a paper, in which:

• a fluid in a container was heated from below,
• after reaching temperature $T_1$, a circular motion (convection) was clearly distinguishable, in form of cylinder,
• after reaching temperature $T_2$, the circular motion splitted into two circular convections, side by side two cylinders,
• after reaching temperatures $T_3, T_4, \ldots$, etc. waves appeared on cyliders' flat-sides (where the height is measured),
• the frequency of the waves doubled at temperatures $T_4, T_5, \ldots$.

Ratio of every temperature pair $T_1/T_2, T_2/T_3, \ldots$ was the same as in logistic map ratios of parameter $r$, and in every other map - the Feigenbaum number, the period-doubling route to chaos.

I cannot find the paper again.. Does anyone remember such paper? Or maybe other?