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Li WANG, School of Applied Mathematics, Xiamen University of Technology, Xiamen 361024, China
Lei JIN, School of Environment Science and Engineer, Xiamen University of Technology, Xiamen 361024, China
Abstract
Abstract In this paper, the global, nonvacuum solutions with large amplitude to the initialboundary value problem of the onedimensional compressible NavierStokesPoisson system with viscosity and heat conductivity coefficients are considered. The proof is based on the analysis on the positive lower and upper bounds on the specific volume and the absolute temperature.
Keywords
compressible NavierStokesPoisson system; global, nonvacuum solutions with large amplitude; viscosity and heat conductivity coefficients
Cite this paper
Li WANG,
Lei JIN,
Initialboundary Value Problems to the Onedimensional Compressible NavierStokesPoisson Equations with viscosity and heat conductivity coefficients, SCIREA Journal of Mathematics. Vol.
1
, No.
1
,
2016
, pp.
71

94
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