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2500 Solved Problems in Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics by Jack B. Evett, Cheng Liu

By Jack B. Evett, Cheng Liu

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16) for the estimate of ∇x Gν (x, t)]. The decay of θ(x, t) as |x| → ∞ implies that {θ(·, t), θ = Aξ, ξ ∈ B0 } is compactly embedded in Cb (R2 ), for every t ∈ [0, T ]. 81) that the family of functions t ∈ [0, T ] → θ(·, t) ∈ B0 , ξ ∈ B0 , is equicontinuous. We therefore infer from the Arzel`a–Ascoli theorem that A(B0 ), the image of B0 by A, is compactly embedded in B0 . 2] yields an ω ∈ B0 such that ω = Aω. 1) with u = A1 ω. 1. ” This notion is commonly used in the case of nonlinear evolution equations, see [18] and references therein.

6 for the case that a(x, t) is a solenoidal (divergence-free) field. 7. 31) ∇x · a(x, t) = i=1 ∂ i a =0 ∂xi in ΩT . 32) φ(·, t) p ≤ φ0 p , 1 ≤ p ≤ ∞. Proof. 31) we have (a · ∇)φ = ∇ · (aφ). Let τ ∈ [0, T ] and consider the dual equation ψt + ν∆ψ + (a · ∇)ψ = 0, subject to the “terminal” condition ψ(x, τ ) = ψ0 (x) ∈ C0∞ (Rn ). This equation is solved backwards in time, from t = τ down to t = 0. 6 determines the existence and decay properties of ψ in Ωτ . Integrating by parts and noting the spatial decay of φ and ψ (ensuring that all boundary terms vanish) we obtain τ 0= 0 Rn = Rn φt (x, t) − ν∆x φ(x, t) − (a · ∇x )φ(x, t) ψ(x, t)dxdt φ(x, τ )ψ0 (x) − φ0 (x)ψ(x, 0) dx.

28) we let θ(x) be a smooth concave function, so that ∆θ ≤ 0. Assume further that |∇θ(x)| ≤ 1, namely, that θ(x) is uniformly Lipschitz with constant ≤ 1. The explicit construction of such a function is deferred to the end of the proof. November 22, 2012 13:49 World Scientific Book - 9in x 6in 22 nsbook˙sep˙30˙2012 Navier–Stokes Equations in Planar Domains It is readily verified that ∆ exp θ ν = exp θ ν 1 1 |∇θ|2 + ∆θ ν2 ν (AT +1)t+θ(x) ν Let ψ(x, t) = exp ≤ 1 exp ν2 θ ν |∇θ|2 . Then ∆x ψ(x, t) ≤ 1 ψ(x, t)|∇θ|2 .

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