Well-posedness to 3D Burgers’ equation in critical Gevrey Sobolev spaces
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We prove that the three-dimensional periodic Burgers’ equation has a unique global in time solution in a critical Gevrey–Sobolev space. Comparatively to Navier–Stokes equations, the main difficulty is the lack of an incompressibility condition. In our proof of existence, we overcome the bootstrapping argument, which was a technical step in a precedent proof in Sololev spaces. This makes our proof shorter and gives sense of considering the Gevrey class for a mathematical study to Burgers’ equation. To prove that the unique solution is global in time, we use the maximum principle. Energy methods, Sobolev product laws, compactness methods, and Fourier analysis are the main tools.
KeywordsBurgers’ equation Critical Gevrey–Sobolev space Existence Uniqueness Global solution
Mathematics Subject ClassificationPrimary 35A01 35A02 Secondary 35B10 35B50
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