Navier—Stokes Equations in Irregular Domains by L. Stupelis

By L. Stupelis

The analytical foundation of Navier-Stokes Equations in IrregularDomains is shaped by means of coercive estimates, which permit proofs to receive of the solvability of the boundary worth difficulties for Stokes and Navier-Stokes equations in weighted Sobolev and Hölder areas, and the research of the smoothness in their suggestions. this permits one to house the targeted difficulties that come up within the presence of edges or angular issues within the airplane case, on the boundary or noncompact limitations. Such difficulties can't be handled in any of the standard methods.
Audience: Graduate scholars, study mathematicians and hydromechanicians whose paintings comprises useful research and its functions to Navier-Stokes equations.

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1. ;= 1, p > 1, II«<>IILP,(sn-1) < oo. Rn x sn-l, the corresponding linear operator (Tf)(x) =lim e-+0 j K(x,x- y)f(y)dy, lx-yl>e is bounded in Lp(Rn ). Let us now consider the Fourier operator F, 1/J(a) +DO

We say that a surface S belongs to the class C 1·" (respectively, C 1), l = 0, 1, ... a(Kd/2) (respectively, 11FIIct(Kd;2)) are bounded by a common constant. Here Kd/2 = {y' E rn;n-I : Jy'J < g}. Let U and V be bounded domains in JRn, and let r;, be a linear mapping from U onto v. Assume that the elements of the matrix r;,' belong to the space cz-I,a(U) (respectively, cz-I (U)), l = 1, 2, ... , 0 < o: < 1, and Jdet r;, 1 I ? c > 0. A mapping r;, satisfying these assumptions is called a diffeormorphism of the class C 1·" (respectively, C 1).

In particular, :Em may belong to the boundary of Q. 28. Rn be a bounded domain, p > 1, and o: < 1. /fn < lp, then the imbedding operator from WJ(O) into C 0·<>(Q) is bounded foro:~ (lp- n)jp and completely continuous for o: < (lp- n)jp. , Gagliardo (1958), Il'in (1959b). * The special case of equality was investigated by Il'in (1954). 66) is valid for n < lp and o: :::; (lp- n)jp. The constant c depends on n, p, l and Q, but does not depend on u. In the sequel, we need some 'interpolation inequalities' for IIVkuiiLp(il) and related quantities.

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