Mathematical tools for the study of the incompressible NavierStokes equations and related models
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 Franck Boyer, Pierre Fabrie.
 Imprint
 New York : Springer, c2013.
 Physical description
 xiii, 525 p. ; 25 cm.
 Series
 Applied mathematical sciences (SpringerVerlag New York Inc.) ; v. 183.
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 Author/Creator
 Boyer, Franck.
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 Fabrie, Pierre.
Contents/Summary
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 Includes bibliographical references and index.
 Contents

 The equations of fluid mechanics. Continuous description of a fluid; The continuous medium assumption : density; Lagrangian and Eulerian coordinates ; The transport theorem ; Evolution equations; Balance equations; Cauchy's stress theorem; Evolution equations revisited ; Fundamental laws : Newtonian fluids and thermodynamics laws; Fluids at rest; Newton's hypothesis; Consequences of the second law of thermodynamics; Equation for the specific internal energy; Formulation in entropy and temperature ; Summary of the equations ; Incompressible models; The incompressibility assumption; Overview of the incompressible models ; Some exact steady solutions; Poiseuille flow in a pipe; Planar shear flow; Couette flow between two cylinders
 Analysis tools. Main notation ; Fundamental results from functional analysis; Banach spaces; Weak and weak* convergences; Lebesgue spaces; Partitions of unity; A short introduction to distribution theory; Lipschitz continuous functions ; Basic compactness results; Compact sets in function spaces; Compact maps; The Schauder fixedpoint theorem ; Functions of one real variable; Differentiation and antiderivatives; Differential inequalities and Gronwall's lemma ; Spaces of Banachvalued functions; Definitions and main properties; Regularity in time; Compactness theorems; Banachvalued Fourier transform ; Some results in spectral analysis of unbounded operators; Definitions; Elementary results of spectral theory; Applications to the semigroup theory
 Sobolev spaces. Domains; General definitions; Lipschitz domains ; Sobolev spaces on Lipschitz domains; Definitions; Mollifying operators and Friedrichs commutator estimates; Change of variables; Extension operator; Trace and trace lifting operators; Duality theory for Sobolev spaces; Translation estimates; Sobolev embeddings; Poincaré and Hardy inequalities; Domains of firstorder differential operators ; Calculus near the boundary of domains; Local charts description of the boundary; Distance to the boundary : projection on the boundary; Regularised distance; Parametrisation of a neighborhood of ...; Tangential Sobolev spaces; Differential operators in tangential/normal coordinates ; The Laplace problem; Dirichlet boundary conditions; Neumann boundary conditions
 Steady Stokes equations. Nečas inequality; Proof of the inequality; Related Poincaré inequalities ; Characterisation of gradient fields : De Rham's theorem ; The divergence operator and related spaces; Rightinverse for the divergence; The space H div ...; Divergencefree vector fields : Leray decomposition ; The curl operator and related spaces; Poincaré's theorems; The space H curl ...; Kernel and image of the curl operator; The div/curl problem ; The Stokes problem; Wellposedness of the Stokes problem; Stokes operator; The unsteady Stokes problem; Penalty approximation of the Stokes problem ; Regularity of the Stokes problem; First degree of regularity; Higherorder regularity; Lq theory of the Stokes problem; Regularity for the div/curl problem ; The Stokes problem with stress boundary conditions; The StokesNeumann problem; Regularity properties; Stress boundary conditions ; The interface Stokes problem; Existence and uniqueness; Regularity of the solution ; The Stokes problem with vorticity boundary conditions; Preliminaries; A vector Laplace problem; The Stokes problem
 NavierStokes equations for homogeneous fluids. Leray's theorem; Properties of the inertia term; Weak formulations of the NavierStokes equations; Existence and uniqueness of weak solutions; Kinetic energy evolution; Existence and regularity of the pressure ; Strong solutions; New estimates; The twodimensional case; The threedimensional case; Parabolic regularity properties; Regularisation over time ; The steady NavierStokes equations; The case of homogeneous boundary conditions; The case of nonhomogeneous boundary conditions; Uniqueness for small data; Asymptotic stability of steady solutions
 Nonhomogeneous fluids. Weak solutions of the transport equation; Setting of the problem; Trace theorem : renormalisation property; The initial and boundaryvalue problem; Stability theorem ; The nonhomogeneous incompressible NavierStokes equations; Main result; Approximate problem; Estimates for the approximate solution; End of the proof of the existence theorem; The case without vacuum
 Boundary conditions modelling. Outflow boundary conditions; Setting up the model; Existence and uniqueness ; Dirichlet boundary conditions through a penalty method; A simple example of a boundary layer; Statement of the main result; Formal asymptotic expansion; Wellposedness of profile equations; Convergence of the asymptotic expansion
 A, Classic differential Operators. Tin scalar and vector cases; Definitions; Useful formulas ; Extension to secondorder tensors
 B, Thermodynamics supplement. Heat capacity ; The first law of thermodynamics : internal energy ; The second law of thermodynamics; Entropy; Internal energy calculation ; Specific variables
 References
 Index.
 Publisher's Summary
 The objective of this selfcontained book is twofold. First, the reader is introduced to the modelling and mathematical analysis used in fluid mechanics, especially concerning the NavierStokes equations which is the basic model for the flow of incompressible viscous fluids. Authors introduce mathematical tools so that the reader is able to use them for studying many other kinds of partial differential equations, in particular nonlinear evolution problems. The background needed are basic results in calculus, integration, and functional analysis. Some sections certainly contain more advanced topics than others. Nevertheless, the authors' aim is that graduate or PhD students, as well as researchers who are not specialized in nonlinear analysis or in mathematical fluid mechanics, can find a detailed introduction to this subject. .
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 2013
 Series
 Applied mathematical sciences, 00665452 ; v. 183
 ISBN
 9781461459743 (hd.bd.)
 1461459745 (hbk.)
 9781461459750 (ebk.)
 1461459753 (ebk.)