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Lagrangian-Eulerian aspects of incompressible hydrodynamic equations

Distinguished Lecture Series

Speaker: Peter Constantin, Princeton
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Location: 1147 MSB
Start time: Tue, Jan 27 2015, 3:10PM

After a general introduction concerning the main Lagrangian-Eulerian aspects of incompressible hydrodynamic models, I will present two results. The first one concerns analyticity of fluid paths for a broad class of well-posed fluid equations. The second concerns a general Lagrangian-Eulerian strategy for proving uniqueness and local existence of solutions of limited smoothness for a class of incompressible hydrodynamic models including Oldroyd-B type complex fluid models and zero magnetic resistivity magneto-hydrodynamics equations.

Reception to follow