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By Giovanni P. Galdi, John G. Heywood, Rolf Rannacher

The mathematical conception of the Navier-Stokes equations provides nonetheless primary open questions that signify as many demanding situations for the mathematicians. This quantity collects a chain of articles whose aim is to provide new contributions and concepts to those questions, with specific regard to turbulence modelling, regularity of recommendations to the initial-value challenge, circulation in zone with an unbounded boundary and compressible flow.

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1-2a. have that U+1 is continuous with values in Since U" converges to U in B212a. 1). This completes the proof of Theorem 2. Proof of Theorem 3. We follow closely [15]. Step 1. A priori estimates If we set u = e-tt2' uo + w, then we have Q(e-tn- uo, 8tw + A2aw = lR3xQt+, w(0, x) = 0. ,) <_ CIIWI12-(BP)' IIQ(e-t"j'uo,w)II L°(B, {, 2 ( )

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