## New answers tagged ap.analysis-of-pdes

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### The derivation of Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes equations

The equation in the OP is not correct, it should read
$$\overline{u_iu_j} = \overline{(\bar{u_i}+u_i')(\bar{u_j} + u_j')} = \overline{\bar{u_i}\bar{u_j}+\bar{u_i}u_j'+u_i'\bar{u_j}+u_i'u_j'} = \bar{...

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### A harmonic function degenerate in one direction

The questions have been answered in the comments, I am just recording them here: Alexandre Eremenko pointed out that no, the function $u$ need not be translation-invariant, because the dependencies on ...

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### Reference for Calderon-Zygmund $L^p$ inequalities on the sphere

I don't know of an exact reference, and in general this sort of result (transfering a "classical" result from the analysis of PDE in $\mathbb{R}^n$ to Riemannian manifolds) is often quite ...

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### Vorticity equation for incompressible 2D fluid dynamics

The vorticity equation for the Euler equation in 3D is, with $\omega=\text{curl } v$,
$$
\dot\omega + (v\cdot\nabla)\omega-(\omega\cdot\nabla)v=0,
$$
so that if $v$ is two-dimensional, i.e.
$
v=\begin{...

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### Regularity of solution to Fokker Planck equation

A bootstrap argument is given in the proof of Lemma 10.7 of a paper of Mei-Montanari-Nguyen: https://web.stanford.edu/~montanar/RESEARCH/FILEPAP/mean_field.pdf
The authors only show $C^{1,2}$ ...

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### Is the extension (dual restriction) operator on any smooth hypersurface a solution to some PDE?

Your question was basically answered by David Roberts in the comments, but let me write a few more words.
Given a constant coefficient linear differential operator of degree $N$
$$ L = \sum_{|\alpha| \...

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### Are there soliton solutions for Euler and Navier–Stokes equation?

Yes!
There exist soliton solutions for the Navier Stokes d.e. (and thus also for the Euler d.e), these has been recently found.
Please look at the following citation;
r. meulens, "A note on N-...

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### General version of Weyl's lemma

unfortunately Weyl lemma cannot be generalized to any divergence form elliptic operator. The problem is given by the smoothness of the coefficients $a_{ij}$. There is a huge literature on the subject. ...

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### 'Dirichlet problem' along axis for harmonic functions

Assuming the Taylor series of $f$ has an infinite radius of convergence, the sum
$$
\sum_{k=0}^\infty \left(x^2+y^2\right)^kf^{(2k)}(z)\cdot \frac{(-1)^k}{4^k k!^2}
$$
converges absolutely and locally ...

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### Algebraic normalisation of regularity structures: can there be a explicit expression of g?

Indeed, later on in the paper "Algebraic renormalisation of regularity structures" at the renormalization section "6 Renormalisation of model" they go over the generic ...

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### Using compactness method to prove the existence of a pathwise solution to an SPDE

This type of existence of first fixing an omega and then obtaining a solution is pretty standard eg. see "Regularization by noise and flows of solutions for a stochastic heat equation".
Is ...

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### Regularity of eigenfunctions of a self-adjoint differential operator in Gilbarg-Trudinger

I recommend Luigi Orsina's Lecture Notes. They are beautifully written, and page 24 you will read Stampacchia's approach, which is (in my view) more elegant than Moser iterations and gives you the ...

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### Counterexamples to weak dispersion for the Schrödinger group

The answer is yes.
A measure-preserving invertible shift $T: X \to X$ on a probability space $(X,\mu)$ is said to be weakly mixing if $\lim_{N \to \infty} \frac{1}{N} \sum_{n=1}^N |\langle f \circ T^{-...

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### Continuity equation for a density of a measure

I am not so sure to understand the problem, maybe I am missing something. You should not use $(\triangle)$ but instead go back to the equation satisfied by the measure. Indeed, since $\mu$ is solution ...

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### How to use comparison principle to prove the following inequality about Laplace equation?

Let $\psi$ be harmonic in $\Omega$, with $\psi=\phi$ on $\cup _{i \in S} \Gamma_i$, $\psi=m$ on $\cup_{i \not \in S}\Gamma_i$, where $m=\max_{i \not \in S} \max_{\Gamma_i} \phi$. By comparison, $\psi \...

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### Function monotony between [0,T] and $L^2$

First, since you have $H^1(0,T)$ imbedds in $\mathscr{C}^0([0,T])$, $z$ can be seen as an element of $\mathscr{C}^0([0,T];L^2(\Omega))$ and you can speak without ambiguity of $z(t_1)$ and $z(t_2)$. ...

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### Periodic solution for linear parabolic equation - existence, regularity

For 1., if I am not mistaking you're searching for time-periodic functions enjoying Sobolev regularity in the space variable so the Sobolev regularity is not really linked with the periodicity: you're ...

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### Maximum principle for hyperbolic PDEs

Fundamentally, the classical maximum principles for second order elliptic PDEs are based on the simple facts that
The Hessian of a function at a local maximum is positive semidefinite.
The full ...

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