Mathematical Theory of Second-Grade Fluids
The aim of these lectures is to study the mathematical properties of the equations governing the motion of a viscous, incompressible second-grade fluid, such as existence, uniqueness of classical solutions and stability of steady-state flows.
KeywordsMathematical Theory Classical Solution Neumann Problem Schwarz Inequality Stokes Operator
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