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 The lecture notes in this book are based on the TCC (Taught Course Centre for graduates) course given by the author in Trinity Terms of 2009 2011 at the Mathematical Institute of Oxford University. It contains more or less an elementary introduction to the mathematical theory of the Navier Stokes equations as well as the modern regularity theory for them. The latter is developed by means of the classical PDE's theory in the style that is quite typical for St Petersburg's mathematical school of the Navier Stokes equations. The global unique solvability (wellposedness) of initial boundary value problems for the Navier Stokes equations is in fact one of the seven Millennium problems stated by the Clay Mathematical Institute in 2000. It has not been solved yet. However, a deep connection between regularity and wellposedness is known and can be used to attack the above challenging problem. This type of approach is not very well presented in the modern books on the mathematical theory of the Navier Stokes equations. Together with introduction chapters, the lecture notes will be a selfcontained account on the topic from the very basic stuff to the stateofart in the field. Readership: Undergraduate and graduate students in differential equtions and fluid mechanics.Provided by publisher
 Language
 eng
 Extent
 ix, 258 pages
 Contents

 Preliminaries
 Linear stationary problem
 Nonlinear stationary problem
 Linear nonstationary problem
 Nonlinear nonstationary problem
 Local regularity theory for nonstationary NavierStokes equations
 Behavior of L3norm
 Isbn
 9789814623407
 Label
 Lecture notes on regularity theory for the NavierStokes equations
 Title
 Lecture notes on regularity theory for the NavierStokes equations
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 Gregory Seregin (Oxford University, UK)
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 The lecture notes in this book are based on the TCC (Taught Course Centre for graduates) course given by the author in Trinity Terms of 2009 2011 at the Mathematical Institute of Oxford University. It contains more or less an elementary introduction to the mathematical theory of the Navier Stokes equations as well as the modern regularity theory for them. The latter is developed by means of the classical PDE's theory in the style that is quite typical for St Petersburg's mathematical school of the Navier Stokes equations. The global unique solvability (wellposedness) of initial boundary value problems for the Navier Stokes equations is in fact one of the seven Millennium problems stated by the Clay Mathematical Institute in 2000. It has not been solved yet. However, a deep connection between regularity and wellposedness is known and can be used to attack the above challenging problem. This type of approach is not very well presented in the modern books on the mathematical theory of the Navier Stokes equations. Together with introduction chapters, the lecture notes will be a selfcontained account on the topic from the very basic stuff to the stateofart in the field. Readership: Undergraduate and graduate students in differential equtions and fluid mechanics.Provided by publisher
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 Seregin, Gregory
 Dewey number
 515/.353
 Index
 index present
 LC call number
 QA377
 LC item number
 .S463 2014
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 non fiction
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 NavierStokes equations
 Fluid dynamics
 Fluid dynamics
 NavierStokes equations
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 Lecture notes on regularity theory for the NavierStokes equations, Gregory Seregin (Oxford University, UK)
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 Preliminaries  Linear stationary problem  Nonlinear stationary problem  Linear nonstationary problem  Nonlinear nonstationary problem  Local regularity theory for nonstationary NavierStokes equations  Behavior of L3norm
 Control code
 881721527
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 23 cm.
 Extent
 ix, 258 pages
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 9789814623407
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 (hardcover : alk. paper)
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 2014024553
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 unmediated
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 Lecture notes on regularity theory for the NavierStokes equations, Gregory Seregin (Oxford University, UK)
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 Includes bibliographical references and index
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 nc
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Content category
 text
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 Content type MARC source
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 Contents
 Preliminaries  Linear stationary problem  Nonlinear stationary problem  Linear nonstationary problem  Nonlinear nonstationary problem  Local regularity theory for nonstationary NavierStokes equations  Behavior of L3norm
 Control code
 881721527
 Dimensions
 23 cm.
 Extent
 ix, 258 pages
 Isbn
 9789814623407
 Isbn Type
 (hardcover : alk. paper)
 Lccn
 2014024553
 Media category
 unmediated
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
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