Recent Developments Of Mathematical Fluid Mechanics by Herbert AmannRecent Developments Of Mathematical Fluid Mechanics by Herbert Amann

Recent Developments Of Mathematical Fluid Mechanics

byHerbert AmannEditorYoshikazu Giga, Hideo Kozono

Hardcover | March 29, 2016

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The aim of this proceeding is addressed to present recent developments of the mathematical research on the Navier-Stokes equations, the Euler equations and other related equations. In particular, we are interested in such problems as:
1) existence, uniqueness and regularity of weak solutions2) stability and its asymptotic behavior of the rest motion and the steady state3) singularity and blow-up of weak and strong solutions4) vorticity and energy conservation5) fluid motions around the rotating axis or outside of the rotating body6) free boundary problems7) maximal regularity theorem and other abstract theorems for mathematical fluid mechanics.

Title:Recent Developments Of Mathematical Fluid MechanicsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:482 pagesPublished:March 29, 2016Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3034809387

ISBN - 13:9783034809382

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Table of Contents

The Work of Yoshihiro Shibata, Herbert Amann, Yoshikazu Giga, Hisashi Okamoto, Hideo Kozono and Masao Yamazaki.- Existence of weak solutions for a diffuse interface model of power-law type two-phase flows, Helmut Abels, Lars Diening and Yutaka Terasawa.- Stationary Solutions for a Navier-Stokes/Cahn- Hilliard System with Singular Free Energies, Helmut Abels and Josef Weber.- Parabolic Equations on Uniformly Regular Riemannian Manifolds and Degenerate Initial Boundary Value Problems, Herbert Amann.- A generalization of some regularity criteria to the Navier-Stokes equations involving one velocity component, Simon Axmann and Milan Pokorny.- On the singular p-Laplacian system under Navier slip type boundary conditions, The gradient-symmetric case,
H. Beirão da Veiga.- Thermodynamically consistent modeling for dissolution/growth of bubbles in an incompressible solvent, Dieter Bothe and Kohei Soga.- On unsteady internal flows of Bingham fluids subject to threshold slip on the impermeable boundary, Miroslav BulíÄek and Josef Málek.- Inhomogeneous boundary value problems in spaces of higher regularity,Robert Denk and Tim Seger.- Blow-up criterion for 3D Navier-Stokes equations and Landau-Lifshitz System in a bounded domain, Jishan Fan and Tohru Ozawa.- Local Regularity Results for the Instationary Navier-Stokes Equations Based on Besov Space Type Criteria, Reinhard Farwig.- On global well/ill-posedness of the Euler-Poisson system, Eduard Feireisl.- On the Motion of a Liquid-

Filled Rigid Body Subject to a Time-Periodic Torque, Giovanni P. Galdi, Giusy Mazzone and Mahdi Mohebbi.- Seeking a proof of Xie's inequality: on the conjecture that m ! 1, John G. Heywood.- Bounded Analyticity of the Stokes Semigroup on Spaces of Bounded Functions, Matthias Hieber and Paolo Maremonti.- On the weak solution of the fluid-structure interaction problem for sheardependent fluids, Anna Hundertmark, Mária LukáÄová-Medvid'ová and Sárka NeÄasová.- Stability of time periodic solutions for the rotating Navier-Stokes equations, Tsukasa Iwabuchi, Alex Mahalov and Ryo Takada.- Weighted Lp - Lq estimates of Stokes semigroup in half-space and its application
to the Navier-Stokes equations,Takayuki Kobayashi and Takayuki Kubo.- On vorticity formulation for viscous incompressible flows in R3+, Humiya Kosaka and Yasunori Maekawa.- A Weak Solution to the Navier-Stokes System with Navier's Boundary Condition in a Time-Varying Domain, JiÅí Neustupa and Patrick Penel.- Effects of fluid-boundary interaction on the stability of boundary layers in plasma physics, Masashi Ohnawa.- On Incompressible Two-Phase Flows with Phase Transitions and Variable Surface Tension, Masao Yamazaki.