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### A decomposition of incompressible vector fields

In Andrew, Majda- Vorticity and incompressible flow page 93, there is a theorem which is not proved:
Take a smooth incompressible (free divergence) vector field $v$ in $\mathbb{R}^2$.
Call $w$ its ...

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### Interpretation for a condition in fluid dynamics

I have been working with some mathematical models in biology and fluid mechanics. My problem is about
the interpretation of a condition that I found for a vector
representing the velocity of a fluid. ...

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### Stokes operator without dirichlet boundary condition

Let $\Omega$ be a domain, then the following stokes operator is quite well known :
$\mathcal{H} \rightarrow \mathcal{V}_{\sigma} $
$f \rightarrow u$ such that $ - \Delta u = f $
where $ ...

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### Finite element convergence rates for mixed problems [closed]

I've coded up a Stokes Flow problem using finite elements and am in the process of verifying that it works. I'm just not sure what convergence rate I should be expecting as I globally refine the mesh.
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### Reynolds operator from the potential theoretic point of view

In the book "Conditional Measures and Applications", it was pointed out that "Reynolds operators have not yet been studied from the potential theoretic point of view ." Have there been any research ...

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### Reference request: has this semilinear version of Navier Stokes been studied?

I have noticed that the
Navier Stokes equations can be written as a semilinear symmetric first
order system
$$
u_t+A_1u_{x_1}+A_2u_{x_2}+A_3u_{x_3} = f(u)
$$
for a 9 by 1 vector $u$ containing the ...

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### Is a certain set of periodic solutions of the 2D Navier-Stokes equations closed generically?

I would be interested to know if a certain set of periodic solutions for
the two-dimensional Navier-Stokes equations is closed generically.
Many similar (yet not identical) set-ups can be found in the ...

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### Otelbayev's approach to Navier-Stokes [closed]

Recent news post that Mukhtarbai Otelbayev from Eurasian National University has shown existence of strong solutions of the Navier-Stokes equation in the article
"Existence of a strong solution of ...

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### Looking for good conferences / workshops on applications of renormalization group methods [closed]

I am looking for conferences and/or workshops, where people working on different problems using renormalization group methods come together to share their results and experience.
As I have noted, ...

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### What does the renormalization group flow corresponding to a turbulent subrange with a broad band forcing look like?

In a renormalization group analysis of turbulent flows, such as for example done by Barbi and Münster here who derive an action for the Navier-Stokes equations, insert it into the Wilson equation, and ...

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### Doubt on Morrey spaces of measures according to T. Giga and Y. Miyakawa

I'm reading 'Navier-Stokes flow in $\mathbb{R}^3$ with measures as initial vorticity and Morrey spaces' (a paper of Giga and Miyakawa) but there is something that I don't understand about the ...

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### Reference request: Spectral analysis of advection diffusion PDE

As the title says, I am looking for a authoritative reference/monograph on this topic. My interest is in spectral properties of this PDE, and
NOT on existence/uniqueness etc. which is usually the ...

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### A question on discrete numerical simulation on fluids mechanics

I read the paper "Stable, circulation-preseving simplicial fuids" by Elcott, et al: http://www.cs.jhu.edu/~misha/Fall09/Elcott07.pdf. It gives a structure preseving discretization of fluids. I have ...

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### What is the relationship between complex time singularities and UV fixed points?

In this paper it is described how the turbulent kinetic energy spectrum and the flatness (a measure for intermittency) are governed by the position of the (dominant) singularities of the solutions of ...

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### Do circular pipes maximize flow rate?

Suppose that $U \subset \mathbb{R}^2$ is nonempty, open, connected and bounded. Consider a Poisseuille flow in the pipe $U \times \mathbb{R}$. That is: a time-independent incompressible flow of the ...

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### First integrals of a 3D incompressible flow

Let $\Omega$ be an unbounded periodic smooth domain of $\mathbb{R}^3$. We are Given an incompressible vector field $q:\Omega\subset\mathbb{R}^3\rightarrow \mathbb{R}^3$ (i.e. $\nabla\cdot q\equiv 0$ ...

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### Derivation of Bessel functions

I am writing a summary on a work on Fluid Dynamics that develops irrotational flow states that appear to interact amongst each other according to the equations of Electromagnetism ...

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### The discrete theory of compressible fluids dynamics

I am working on the discrete theory of compressible fluids dynamics, i.e., numerically solving and simulating the compressible fluids , we are interested in the way using discrete exterior calculus, ...

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### Constructing black noise with non-standard analysis

With noise in the sense of i.i.d. random sequence,
a noise is black if it is not isomorphic to standard Gaussian white noise.
Tsirelson showed the existence of black noise through the scaling limit ...

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### Solving Stokes Equations using 3D Fourier transforms

How do you calculate the inverse Fourier transform of $\frac{k_ik_j}{k^4}$. I know it has to be a matrix of the form $=δ_{ij}A(r)+r_ir_jB(r)$, but how do you calculate the functions A(r) and B(r)?
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### problem related to Airy functions [closed]

I have solved the Schrödinger equation for a triangular well potential and the solution comes in terms of Airy functions...now i am facing the following problems:
What are the normalization ...

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### Convergence of solutions to Navier-Stokes to Euler's equation for viscosity $\to$ zero

Let
$$
\partial_t u + \nabla_u u = - \nabla p
$$
be Euler's equation (Wikipedia) for an ideal incompressible fluid. Let
$$
\partial_t u + \nabla_u u - \nu \Delta u = - \nabla p
$$
be the ...

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### Monge Ampere and Calculus

[ I posted the question on Math StackExchange but didn't get any reply nor comment, so I'm trying here ]
I am learning about mass transportation theory and the Monge-Ampere equation, to transport a ...

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### Velocity field of fluid and Maurer-Cartan form?

Chatting with an engineer, he suggested me to have a look to a certain book in order to
understand what fluid mechanics is about (I know nothing about the subject). But this question is not about ...

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### A moving boundary in rock mechanics

I'm concern a moving boundary problem in rock mechanics.
We consider a problem of unsaturated flow of an in-compressible fluid in a
porous medium(rock) like D. Moreover suppose that support of a ...

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### Vortex Voronoi diagram?

Suppose there are a finite number of disjoint unit-radii disks in the
plane, each spinning clockwise or counterclockwise at the same
angular velocity.
The plane is filled with a thin fluid layer,
and ...

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### Why is a smooth weak solution strong for stationary linear Stokes problem with zero-traction boundary condition?

Can anyone provide me with a reference giving details on how smooth generalized solutions of the stationary linear Stokes problem can be shown to be classical solutions when a zero-traction boundary ...

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### Is there a mathematically precise definition of turbulence for solutions of Navier-Stokes?

Given a solution $S$ of the Navier-Stokes equations, is there a way to make mathematically precise a statement like: "$S$ is turbulent in the spacetime region $U$"?
And if such a definition exists, ...