Existence and Uniqueness of Stationary Solutions for 3D Navier–Stokes System with Small Random Forcing via Stochastic Cascades
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We consider the 3D Navier–Stokes system in the Fourier space with regular forcing given by a stationary in time stochastic process satisfying a smallness condition. We explicitly construct a stationary solution of the system and prove a uniqueness theorem for this solution in the class of functions with Fourier transform majorized by a certain function h. Moreover we prove the following “one force—one solution” principle: the unique stationary solution at time t is presented as a functional of the realization of the forcing in the past up to t. Our explicit construction of the solution is based upon the stochastic cascade representation.
Key WordsNavier–Stokes system Stationary solution Stochastic cascades “One force–one solution” Principle
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