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

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This quantity involves six articles, every one treating a huge subject within the idea ofthe Navier-Stokes equations, on the examine point. a few of the articles are typically expository, placing jointly, in a unified atmosphere, the result of contemporary examine papers and convention lectures. numerous different articles are dedicated commonly to new effects, yet current them inside a much wider context and with a fuller exposition than is common for journals. The plan to submit those articles as a publication begun with the lecture notes for the quick classes of G.P. Galdi and R. Rannacher, given first and foremost of the foreign Workshop on Theoretical and Numerical Fluid Dynamics, held in Vancouver, Canada, July 27 to August 2, 1996. A renewed power for this undertaking got here with the founding of the magazine of Mathematical Fluid Mechanics, through G.P. Galdi, J. Heywood, and R. Rannacher, in 1998. at the moment it used to be determined that this quantity could be released in organization with the magazine, and extended to incorporate articles by means of 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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7. 30This is another way of obtaining regularity of weak solution for n = 2. 31 Weak solutions with data in £u, 2 < a < n, have been constructed by Calderon (1990a). For existence of strong solutions with data in suitable Besov spaces, larger than £n, see Cannone (1997), Kozono (1998), Kozono and Yamazaki (1998), Amann (1999), and the extensive literature cited therein. 32For the Cauchy problem, see also T. Kato (1984). 52 Giovanni P. 3) below). In fact, using a decomposition lemma of the HelmholtzWeyl type, we shall see that the assumption n = JRn allows us to treat this latter problem as a (vector) heat equation.

Then, j (( I( Vo 1 Vo (v· 'Vw,U)d ::;c ~ 1/2 ( ( II'Vwll~d'l with the exception of the single case s Vo ~ n/2s ( ( II'Vvll~d'l Vo ~ 1/r Ilull~llvll~d'l = n = 2. 2 Let w E L2(T, T; Hl(O)), v E LOO(T, T; Ln(o)). Assume that it II'Vwll~ds > 0, for all t E (T, T) and that v is right continuous at t = T in the Ln-norm. 'Vw,V)dSI ::;cit'I'Vwl'~ds+M itllwll~ds, °there foralltE (T,T). 3 Let v E VT . a. 20), satisfy the following properties lim k--+oo for all u E VT . Jot (u· 'Vu, Vh,k)ds = Jort (u· 'Vu, vh)ds, 27 The Navier-Stokes Initial-Boundary Value Problem Proof.

Proof. We shall show the result for the case 0 bounded, referring the reader to the paper of J. Heywood for the general case. 3. 4) with f == 0, we obtain the following one. 2) (with f == 0) by ArCh and sum over r, to get (as usual, we omit the subscript "k") d ~ dt II\lv(t)ll~ + vIIP~vll~ = (v· \lv, P~v). 2 we have the following two different ways of increasing the term N (say) on the right-hand side of this equation, namely, a) N:::;llvI1611\lvIl3I1P~vI12 :::;cll\lvll~/21Ip~vll~/2 :::; cv-311\lvll~ + ~vIIP~vll~ b) N:::;llvI1311\lvI161IP~vI12 :::;cllvll;/211\lvll;/21Ip~vll~.

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