A uniqueness theorem for compressible micropolar flows
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Using an energy integral method it is proved that the motion of a non-heat conducting compressible micropolar fluid in a bounded regionV=V(t) is uniquely determined by the initial distributions of velocity, microrotation, density and temperature, together with certain boundary conditions.
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