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By Giovanni P. Galdi (auth.), Giovanni P. Galdi, John G. Heywood, Rolf Rannacher (eds.)

This quantity includes six articles, each one treating an incredible subject within the concept ofthe Navier-Stokes equations, on the examine point. the various articles are usually expository, placing jointly, in a unified environment, the result of contemporary examine papers and convention lectures. numerous different articles are committed customarily to new effects, yet current them inside a much broader context and with a fuller exposition than is common for journals. The plan to put up those articles as a e-book started with the lecture notes for the fast classes of G.P. Galdi and R. Rannacher, given first and foremost of the overseas Workshop on Theoretical and Numerical Fluid Dynamics, held in Vancouver, Canada, July 27 to August 2, 1996. A renewed strength for this undertaking got here with the founding of the magazine of Mathematical Fluid Mechanics, via G.P. Galdi, J. Heywood, and R. Rannacher, in 1998. at the moment it used to be made up our minds that this quantity may be released in organization with the magazine, and multiplied to incorporate articles through J. Heywood and W. Nagata, J. Heywood and M. Padula, and P. Gervasio, A. Quarteroni and F. Saleri. the unique lecture notes have been additionally revised and updated.

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1. For simplicity, we shall assume that f == O. Before going into details, we wish to outline the main idea underlying the proof. To this end, let v be a weak solution in DT and let u be a weak solution in DT to the following initial-boundary value problem au at + v . 2) u(x,O) = Vo, xED u(y, t) = 0, Y E aD, t > O. By this we mean that u E VT and that it satisfies the following relation 1 00 { ( u, ~~) - I/(V'u, V'cp) - (v . V'u, cp) } dt = -(vo, cp(O)), for all cp E'DT . 3) Thus, v becomes the coefficient of a "linearized" Navier-Stokes equation.

2), we could consider the following one: au at + u . :"u + V1f u(x,O) = vo, x E 0 u(y, t) = 0, Y E 00, t > 0. With such a choice, one could find conditions on Vv (instead of v) under which the weak solution v becomes regular. 2). 6. Let us first consider condition a). 2) is linear in u, we expect that the conditions on v which ensure a), should be weaker than those ensuring the uniqueness of a weak solution to the full nonlinear Navier-Stokes problem. 2) in 0T. a. 4) OT. Proof. 1, we show that u satisfies the following relation lot {(u, ~~) - v(Vu, V

This solution satisfies the estimate: Ilull m +2,q Moreover, the problem + 11¢llm+l,q ::; cllFllm,q. :la = 'V¢ + Aa diva = 0 a(y) = 0, y Earl, admits a denumerable number of positive eigenvalues {A r } clustering at infinity, and the corresponding eigenfunctions {a r } form an orthonormal basis in H. 2. 3 Let v E eO ([0, Tj; Ln(rl)), u E W 2,2(rl), a E L2(rl). :lull~ + Ilall~) + MII'Vull~, where P is the orthogonal projection operator from L2 to H (see Section 2). Proof. We extend v to zero outside rl, and let v1) be the spatial mollifier of v, that is, v1)(X, t) = r J1)(x - ~)v(~, t)d~, }fi{3 with J1)(er) an infinitely differentiable function vanishing for lerl to 1.

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