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On the stationary, compressible and incompressible navier-stokes equations

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In this paper we study the system (1.1), (1.3) which describes the stationary motion of a given amount of a compressible heat conducting, viscous fluid in a bounded domain Ω of Rn, n⩾2, and we consider the incompressible limit of the solutions of that system of equations (for barotropic flows) as the Mach number becomes small.

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Defranceschi, A. On the stationary, compressible and incompressible navier-stokes equations. Annali di Matematica pura ed applicata 149, 217–236 (1987). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01773935

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Keywords

  • Heat Conducting
  • Mach Number
  • Bounded Domain
  • Viscous Fluid
  • Stationary Motion