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By Jan Prüss, Gieri Simonett

In this monograph, the authors boost a finished strategy for the mathematical research of a wide range of difficulties concerning relocating interfaces. It contains an in-depth learn of summary quasilinear parabolic evolution equations, elliptic and parabolic boundary worth difficulties, transmission difficulties, one- and two-phase Stokes difficulties, and the equations of incompressible viscous one- and two-phase fluid flows. the idea of maximal regularity, a vital aspect, can be totally constructed. The authors current a contemporary technique according to robust instruments in classical research, practical research, and vector-valued harmonic analysis.

The thought is utilized to difficulties in two-phase fluid dynamics and section transitions, one-phase generalized Newtonian fluids, nematic liquid crystal flows, Maxwell-Stefan diffusion, and quite a few geometric evolution equations. The booklet additionally features a dialogue of the underlying actual and thermodynamic rules governing the equations of fluid flows and section transitions, and an exposition of the geometry of relocating hypersurfaces.

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Ii) In the isothermal case the temperature θ is assumed to be constant and the heat problem is ignored. Then we obtain a model for isothermal two-phase flows with surface tension and phase transition, the latter is driven by pressure, only. 47) on Γ(t), VΓ = uΓ · ν Γ = u · ν Γ − j Γ / on Γ(t), Γ(0) = Γ0 . Here c = −[[ψ]] is constant. The phase flux jΓ can be eliminated from the normal component of the velocity jump, and so we have a transmission problem for the Stokes equation with (n − 1) jump conditions for the velocity and (n + 1) for the normal stresses.

RΓ (θ¯Γ , h) = −¯ It is convenient to decompose the stress boundary condition into tangential and normal parts; here we set SΓ = 0. For this purpose let PΣ = I −νΣ ⊗νΣ denote the projection onto the tangent space of Σ. 61) for the normal part of the stress boundary condition. 3. Goals and Strategies 39 for the tangential part. Note that the latter neither contains the phase flux nor the pressure jump nor the curvature! 3 Goals and Strategies The goal of this monograph is the exposition of a general theory for the models introduced above.

With M= dx, (|u|2 /2 + ) dx + E= Ω Ω Γ dΓ, Γ the method of Lagrange multipliers then yields N + λM + μE = 0. We compute the derivatives of the involved functionals, where z = (τ, v, ϑ, ϑΓ , h). N |z = {∂ ( η)τ + ∂θ ηϑ} dx − {[[ η]]h − ηΓ ϑΓ + ηΓ HΓ h} dΓ, Ω M |z = Γ τ dx − Ω E |z = [[ ]]h dΓ, Γ { u · v + ∂θ ϑ + (|u|2 /2 + + ∂ )τ } dx Ω {uh − Γ ϑΓ + Γ HΓ h} dΓ. Γ Varying first ϑ and ϑΓ this yields ∂θ η + μ ∂θ = 0, and ηΓ + μ Γ = 0, hence ∂θ = θ∂θ η = κ > 0 and Γ = θΓ ηΓ = κΓ > 0 imply θΓ = θ = −1/μ > 0 constant.

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