Title: | A remark on the existence of steady Navier-Stokes flows in 2D semi-infinite channel involving the general outflow condition (English) |

Author: | Morimoto, H. |

Author: | Fujita, H. |

Language: | English |

Journal: | Mathematica Bohemica |

ISSN: | 0862-7959 (print) |

ISSN: | 2464-7136 (online) |

Volume: | 126 |

Issue: | 2 |

Year: | 2001 |

Pages: | 457-468 |

Summary lang: | English |

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Category: | math |

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Summary: | We consider the steady Navier-Stokes equations in a 2-dimensional unbounded multiply connected domain $\Omega $ under the general outflow condition. Let $T$ be a 2-dimensional straight channel $\mathbb{R} \times (-1,1)$. We suppose that $\Omega \cap \lbrace x_1 < 0 \rbrace $ is bounded and that $\Omega \cap \lbrace x_1 > -1 \rbrace = T \cap \lbrace x_1 > -1 \rbrace $. Let $V$ be a Poiseuille flow in $T$ and $\mu $ the flux of $V$. We look for a solution which tends to $V$ as $x_1 \rightarrow \infty $. Assuming that the domain and the boundary data are symmetric with respect to the $x_1$-axis, and that the axis intersects every component of the boundary, we have shown the existence of solutions if the flux is small (Morimoto-Fujita [8]). Some improvement will be reported in this note. We also show certain regularity and asymptotic properties of the solutions. (English) |

Keyword: | stationary Navier-Stokes equations |

Keyword: | non-vanishing outflow |

Keyword: | 2-dimensional semi-infinite channel |

Keyword: | symmetry |

MSC: | 35B40 |

MSC: | 35B65 |

MSC: | 35Q30 |

MSC: | 76D03 |

MSC: | 76D05 |

idZBL: | Zbl 0981.35049 |

idMR: | MR1844283 |

DOI: | 10.21136/MB.2001.134017 |

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Date available: | 2009-09-24T21:52:42Z |

Last updated: | 2020-07-29 |

Stable URL: | http://hdl.handle.net/10338.dmlcz/134017 |

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Reference: | [8] Morimoto, H., Fujita, H.: On stationary Navier-Stokes flows in 2D semi-infinite channel involving the general outflow condition.NSEC7, Ferrara, Italy,. |

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