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Presented By: Department of Mathematics

Differential Equations Seminar

Quasi-periodic solutions and inviscid limit for Euler and Navier Stokes equations via KAM methods

In this talk I will discuss some recent results on Euler and Navier Stokes equations concerning the construction of quasi-periodic solutions and the problem of the invscid limit for the Navier Stokes equation. I will discuss the following two results:

1) Construction of quasi-periodic solutions for the Euler equation with a time quasi-periodic external force, bifurcating from a constant, diophantine velocity field

2) I shall discuss the inviscid limit problem from the perspective of KAM theory, namely I shall prove the existence of quasi-periodic solutions of the Navier Stokes equation converging to the one of the Euler equation constructed in 1).

The main difficulty is that this is a singular limit problem. We overcome this difficulty by implementing a normal form methods which allow to prove sharp estimates (global in time) with respect to the viscosity parameter. Speaker(s): Riccardo Montalto (University of Milan)

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