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Martedì 11 Ottobre 2016 alle ore 14:30 in Aula 1BC45, Sara Daneri (Universitat Erlangen) terrà un seminario dal titolo “Dissipative Holder solutions to the incompressible Euler equations”.
We address the Cauchy problem for the incompressible Euler equations in a periodic setting. Our result aims at showing that, below the Onsager’s critical regularity of Holder $1/3$ in space, the Euler equations are ill-posed, and the kind of non-uniqueness one obtains is an instance of an h-principle phenomenon. Basing on the estimates developed by , we prove [2, 3] the existence of infinitely many Hölder $1/5 - \varepsilon$ initial data, each one admitting infinitely many Hölder $1/5 - \varepsilon$ solutions with preassigned total kinetic energy. Moreover, we prove that the set of non-uniqueness initial data so constructed is dense among $L^2$ solenoidal vector fields. This second step requires a new set of ideas which have been recently used to prove the full Onsager’s conjecture, namely non-uniqueness of Euler solutions up to exponent $1/3 - \varepsilon$ .
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