By S. Friedlander, D. Serre
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38) with L denotes L·,·, the linear Boltzmann operator corresponding to the above still unknown Maxwellian. 28). Therefore, in order to solve them one has to fulfill the compatibility conditions P Sn [F0 , . . 2, to: P (∂t + v · ∇x )Fn−1 = 0, n 1. 39) Let us look at the above condition for n = 1. 40) 46 R. Esposito and M. Pulvirenti with P (ρ, T ) = ρT . 41). 42) 1 2 v − u(·, 0) F (0) (·, v). 40), at least for a time interval 0 t t1 . With this assumption the lowest order of the expansion F0 is completely determined as the Maxwellian M with parameters evolving according to the Euler equations.
To compute these probability we consider binary collisions only. Let us consider the sphere of center x with radius r (see Figure 2) and a point x + rn over the surface, where n denotes the generic unit vector. Consider also the cylinder with base area dS = r 2 dn and height |V | dt along the direction of the relative velocity V given by v2 − v. Then a given particle (say particle 2) with velocity v2 , can contribute to L because it can collide with our test particle in the time dt, provided it is localized in the cylinder and V · n 0.
50) by a convergent series with positive terms not depending on N provided that t is small. 64) so that the term by term convergence implies the convergence of the solutions. , j f0,j (x1 , v1 , . . 72) From particles to fluids 35 then the unique solution of the Boltzmann hierarchy also factorizes j fj (x1 , v1 , . . 73) k=1 where f (xk , vk , t) is given by f1 (xk , vk , t). 73) is also a solution to the hierarchy and the uniqueness of the solutions is ensured by the control on the series expansion.