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Lena J-T Strömberg, Previously Dep of Solid Mechanics, Royal Inst of Technology, KTH
Solutions to the Navier-Stokes equations for the Millenium Prize Problem are provided. These consist of a transient Pile-Up flow. A proof is given to show that the flow functions satisfy the Boundary Conditions at infinity. The proof for the spatial derivatives of velocity, u, and force, f, relies on decomposition of an exponential function, Cauchy-Schwarz and induction.
Navier-Stokes, Millennium Prize, Pile Up flow, Lena Pile-Up, Theorem, Proof, decomposition, Cauchy-Schwarz, induction, exponential function, velocity, coordinates
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Lena J-T Strömberg, Pile-up flow-solutions toNavier-Stokes equations in the Millennium Prize Problem-version with isochoric condition and regularity requirements, SCIREA Journal of Mathematics. Vol. 1 , No. 1 , 2016 , pp. 145 - 148 .
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