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高达12%返现 We prove the existence of infinitely many mixing solutions for the Muskat problem in the fully unstable regime displaying a linearly degraded macroscopic behaviour inside the mixing zone. In fact, we estimate the volume proportion of each fluid in every rectangle of the mixing zone. The proof is a refined version of the convex integration scheme submitted in De Lellis and Székelyhidi Jr ...
View MoreDegraded mixing solutions for the Muskat problem A. Castro, D. Faraco, F. Mengual November 13, 2019 Abstract We prove the existence of in nitely many mixing solutions for the Muskat problem in the fully unstable regime displaying a linearly degraded macroscopic behaviour inside the mixing zone. In fact, we estimate the volume proportion of each
View MoreMay 30, 2018 Abstract: We prove the existence of infinitely many mixing solutions for the Muskat problem in the fully unstable regime displaying a linearly degraded macroscopic behaviour inside the mixing zone. In fact, we estimate the volume proportion of each fluid in every rectangle of the mixing zone. The proof is a refined version of the convex integration scheme presented in [DS10, Sze12]
View MoreWe prove the existence of infinitely many mixing solutions for the Muskat problem in the fully unstable regime displaying a linearly degraded macroscopic behaviour inside the mixing zone. In fact, we estimate the volume proportion of each fluid in every rectangle of the mixing zone. The proof is a refined version of the convex integration scheme presented in [DS10, Sze12] applied to the ...
View MoreWe prove the existence of infinitely many mixing solutions for the Muskat problem in the fully unstable regime displaying a linearly degraded macroscopic behaviour inside the mixing zone. In fact, we estimate the volume proportion of each fluid in every rectangle of the mixing zone. ..
View MoreWe prove the existence of infinitely many mixing solutions for the Muskat problem in the fully unstable regime displaying a linearly degraded macroscopic behaviour inside the mixing zone. In fact, we estimate the volume proportion of each fluid in every rectangle of the mixing zone. The proof is a refined version of the convex integration scheme presented in [DS10, Sze12] applied to the ...
View MoreMay 30, 2018 Abstract: We prove the existence of infinitely many mixing solutions for the Muskat problem in the fully unstable regime displaying a linearly degraded macroscopic behaviour inside the mixing zone. In fact, we estimate the volume proportion of each fluid in every rectangle of the mixing zone. The proof is a refined version of the convex integration scheme presented in [DS10, Sze12]
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View MoreWe prove the existence of infinitely many mixing solutions for the Muskat problem in the fully unstable regime displaying a linearly degraded macroscopic behaviour inside the mixing zone. In fact, we estimate the volume proportion of each fluid in every rectangle of the mixing zone. ..
View MoreDegraded mixing solutions for the Muskat problem A. Castro, D. Faraco, F. Mengual February 20, 2021 Abstract We prove the existence of in nitely many mixing solutions for the Muskat problem in the fully unstable regime displaying a linearly degraded macroscopic behaviour inside the mixing zone. In fact, we estimate the volume proportion of each
View MoreDegraded mixing solutions for the Muskat problem: ... 2012) applied to the subsolution in Castro et al. (Mixing solutions for the Muskat problem, arXiv:1605.04822, 2016). More generally, we obtain a quantitative h-principle for a class of evolution equations which shows that, in terms of weak*-continuous quantities, a generic solution in a ...
View MoreDOI: 10.1007/S00222-021-01045-1 Corpus ID: 119303915. Mixing solutions for the Muskat problem @article{Castro2016MixingSF, title={Mixing solutions for the Muskat problem}, author={{\'A}ngel Castro and Diego C'ordoba and Daniel Faraco}, journal={arXiv: Analysis of PDEs}, year={2016} }
View MoreMay 05, 2021 Then there exist infinitely many “mixing solutions” starting with the inital data of Muskat type given by \(\Gamma (0)\) (in the fully unstable regime) for the IPM system. Remark 1.2. The existence of such mixing solutions was predicted by Otto in . In this pioneering paper, Otto discretizes the problem and present a relaxation in the ...
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View MoreApr 26, 2018 I will present the construction of degraded mixing solutions for the IPM system. This system models the dynamics of an incompressible and viscous fluid in a porous media and under the gravitational force. When the initial density of the fluid just take two values the existence of solutions for IPM is known as the Muskat problem.
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View MoreMixing solutions for the Muskat problem. A Castro, D Córdoba, D Faraco. Inventiones mathematicae, 1-98 ... Bounded solutions of ideal MHD with compact support in space-time. D Faraco, S Lindberg, L Székelyhidi. Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis 239 (1), 51-93, 2021. 18: 2021: Degraded mixing solutions for the Muskat problem. Á ...
View MoreÁngel Castro, Daniel Faraco and Francisco Mengual: Degraded mixing solutions for the Muskat problem arXiv. Daniel Faraco and Sauli Lindberg: Magnetic helicity and subsolutions in ideal MHD arXiv. Evgeny Lakshtanov, Jorge Tejero and Boris Vainberg: Uniqueness in the inverse conductivity problem for complex-valued Lipschitz conductivities in the ...
View MoreDaniel Faraco Hurtado :: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Grupo. Geometría Y Análisis Variacional Con Aplicaciones A Problemas Inversos Y Mecánica. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Ciudad Universitaria de Cantoblanco. Madrid. 28049. Departamento Universitario. Matemáticas. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
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View MoreWe prove the existence of infinitely many mixing solutions for the Muskat problem in the fully unstable regime displaying a linearly degraded macroscopic behaviour inside the mixing zone. In fact, we estimate the volume proportion of each fluid in every rectangle of the mixing zone. The proof is a refined version of the convex integration ...
View MoreMay 05, 2021 Then there exist infinitely many “mixing solutions” starting with the inital data of Muskat type given by \(\Gamma (0)\) (in the fully unstable regime) for the IPM system. Remark 1.2. The existence of such mixing solutions was predicted by Otto in . In this pioneering paper, Otto discretizes the problem and present a relaxation in the ...
View MoreMay 16, 2016 73 pages, 2 figures. This version includes the case of variable opening of the mixing zone and emphasizes the semiclassical analysis viewpoint: Subjects: Analysis of PDEs (math.AP) Cite as: arXiv:1605.04822 [math.AP] (or arXiv:1605.04822v2 [math.AP] for this version)
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View MoreOct 25, 2021 Speaker: Angel Castro, ICMAT, Spain Abstract: I will present the construction of degraded mixing solutions for the IPM system. This system models the dynamics of an incompressible and viscous fluid in a porous media and under the gravitational force. When the initial density of the fluid just take two values the existence of solutions for IPM is known as the Muskat problem.
View MoreÁngel Castro, Daniel Faraco and Francisco Mengual: Degraded mixing solutions for the Muskat problem arXiv. Daniel Faraco and Sauli Lindberg: Magnetic helicity and subsolutions in ideal MHD arXiv. Evgeny Lakshtanov, Jorge Tejero and Boris Vainberg: Uniqueness in the inverse conductivity problem for complex-valued Lipschitz conductivities in the ...
View MorearXiv We prove the existence of infinitely many mixing solutions for the Muskat problem in the fully unstable regime displaying a linearly degraded macroscopic behaviour inside the mixing zone. In fact, we estimate the volume proportion of each fluid in every rectangle of the mixing zone. The proof is a refined version of the convex integration ...
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View MoreWe prove the existence of mixing solutions of the incompressible porous media equation for all Muskat type H5 initial data in the fully unstable regime.
View MoreThe Muskat problem models the evolution of the interface between two different fluids in porous media. The Rayleigh-Taylor condition is natural to reach linear stability of the Muskat problem. We show that the Rayleigh-Taylor condition may hold initially but break down in finite time.
View MoreJun 04, 2018 I will present the construction of degraded mixing solutions for the IPM system. This system models the dynamics of an incompressible and viscous fluid in a porous media and under the gravitational force. When the initial density of the fluid just take two values the existence of solutions for IPM is known as the Muskat problem.
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