Global well-posedness of the non-isothermal model for incompressible nematic liquid crystals

Global well-posedness of the non-isothermal model for incompressible nematic liquid crystals In this paper, a macromolecular non-isothermal model for the incompressible hydrodynamics flow of nematic liquid crystals on T 3 $\mathbb {T}^{3}$ is considered. By a Galerkin approximation, we prove the local existence of a unique strong solution if the initial data u 0 $u_{0}$ , d 0 $d_{0}$ and θ 0 $\theta_{0}$ satisfy some natural conditions and provided that the viscosity coefficients μ and the heat conductivity κ, h, which are temperature dependent, are properly differentiable and bounded. Moreover, with small initial data, we can extend the local strong solution to be a global one by the argument of contradiction. In this case, the exponential time decay rate is also established. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Boundary Value Problems Springer Journals

Global well-posedness of the non-isothermal model for incompressible nematic liquid crystals

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Springer International Publishing
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Copyright © 2017 by The Author(s)
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Mathematics; Difference and Functional Equations; Ordinary Differential Equations; Partial Differential Equations; Analysis; Approximations and Expansions; Mathematics, general
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1687-2770
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10.1186/s13661-017-0844-3
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Abstract

In this paper, a macromolecular non-isothermal model for the incompressible hydrodynamics flow of nematic liquid crystals on T 3 $\mathbb {T}^{3}$ is considered. By a Galerkin approximation, we prove the local existence of a unique strong solution if the initial data u 0 $u_{0}$ , d 0 $d_{0}$ and θ 0 $\theta_{0}$ satisfy some natural conditions and provided that the viscosity coefficients μ and the heat conductivity κ, h, which are temperature dependent, are properly differentiable and bounded. Moreover, with small initial data, we can extend the local strong solution to be a global one by the argument of contradiction. In this case, the exponential time decay rate is also established.

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Boundary Value ProblemsSpringer Journals

Published: Aug 9, 2017

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