Laminarization by a Strong Magnetic Field
A fundamental question in mathematical physics is whether the problem is well posed. In other words, does it have a unique solution? Concerning the dynamics of incompressible fluids, the answer is very incomplete, especially in three-dimensions. For example, one does not know whether the 3D Navier-Stokes equation is well posed for all time. Only the existence of (possibly non unique) weak solutions, i.e. solutions in the sense of distribution, is established.
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