Problem on small motions of ideal rotating relaxing fluid
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We study an evolution problem on small motions of the ideal rotating relaxing fluid in bounded domains. We begin from the problem posing. Then we reduce the problem to a second-order integrodifferential equation in a Hilbert space. Using this equation, we prove a strong unique solvability problem for the corresponding initial-boundary value problem.
KeywordsHilbert Space Cauchy Problem Strong Solution Volterra Integral Equation Small Motion
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