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, Volume 200, Issue 1, pp 21–58 | Cite as

Steady-State Navier–Stokes Flows Past a Rotating Body: Leray Solutions are Physically Reasonable

  • Giovanni P. Galdi
  • Mads KyedEmail author
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Abstract

A rigid body, \({\fancyscript{B}}\), moves in a Navier–Stokes liquid, \({\fancyscript{L}}\), filling the whole space outside \({\fancyscript{B}}\). We assume that, when referred to a frame attached to \({\fancyscript{B}}\), the nonzero velocity of the center of mass, ξ, and the angular velocity, ω, of \({\fancyscript{B}}\) are constant and that the flow of \({\fancyscript{L}}\) is steady. Our main theorem implies that every “weak” steady-state solution in the sense of Leray is, in fact, physically reasonable in the sense of Finn, for data of arbitrary “size”. Such a theorem improves and generalizes an analogous famous result of Babenko (Math USSR Sb 20:1–25, 1973), obtained in the case ω = 0.

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Rigid Body Stokes Equation Inertial Frame Exterior Domain Cubature Formula 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials ScienceUniversity of PittsburghPittsburghUSA
  2. 2.Institut für MathematikRWTH-AachenAachenGermany

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