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This paper is concerned with the regularity criterion of Leray-Hopf weak solutions to the 3D Navier-Stokes equations with respect to Serrin type condition on two velocity filed components. It is shown that the weak solution u=(u1,u2,u3) is regular on (0,T] if there exist two solution components, for example, u2 and u3, satisfying the condition
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We consider the regularity of axisymmetric weak solutions to the Navier-Stokes equations in R3. Let u be an axisymmetric weak solution in R3×(0,T), w=curlu, and wθ be the azimuthal component of w in the cylindrical coordinates. Chae-Lee [D. Chae, J. Lee, On the regularity of axisymmetric solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations, Math. Z. 239 (2002) 645-671] proved the regularity of weak solutions under the condition wθLq(0,T;Lr), with , . We deal with the marginal case r=∞ which they excluded. It is proved that u becomes a regular solution if .  相似文献
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In this paper we establish a Serrin-type regularity criterion on the gradient of pressure for the weak solutions to the Navier-Stokes equations in . It is proved that if the gradient of pressure belongs to with , , then the weak solution is actually regular. Moreover, we give a much simpler proof of the regularity criterion on the pressure, which was showed recently by Berselli and Galdi (Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 130 (2002), no. 12, 3585-3595).

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Yong Zhou 《Mathematische Annalen》2004,328(1-2):173-192
We consider the 3-D Navier-Stokes equations in the half-space +3, or a bounded domain with smooth boundary, or else an exterior domain with smooth boundary. Some new sufficient conditions on pressure or the gradient of pressure for the regularity of weak solutions to the Navier-Stokes equations are obtained.Mathematics Subject Classification (2000):35B45, 35B65, 76D05  相似文献
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We consider a two-machine flow shop problem with a common due date where the objective is to minimize the sum of functions which penalize early as well as tardy completion of jobs. Since the problem is NP-hard in the strong sense, we investigate some general properties of optimal schedules for the problem, we develop lower and upper bounds, derive dominance criteria, and propose an enumerative algorithm for finding an optimal schedule. The performance of the proposed algorithm together with the influence of the individual components is thoroughly discussed.  相似文献
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We consider the first boundary-value problem for second-order nondivergent parabolic equations with, in general, discontinuous coefficients. We study the regularity of a boundary point assuming that in a neighborhood of this point the boundary of the domain is a surface of revolution. We prove a necessary and sufficient regularity condition in terms of parabolic capacities; for the heat equation this condition coincides with Wiener's criterion.  相似文献
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This article proves the logarithmically improved Serrin's criterion for solutions of the 3D generalized magneto-hydrodynamic equations in terms of the gradient of the velocity field, which can be regarded as improvement of results in [10] (Luo Y W. On the regularity of generalized MHD equations. J Math Anal Appl, 2010, 365: 806–808) and [18] (Zhang Z J. Remarks on the regularity criteria for generalized MHD equations. J Math Anal Appl, 2011, 375: 799–802).  相似文献
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For the incompressible Navier–Stokes equations in R3R3, a regularity criterion for weak solutions is proved under the assumption that the pressure belongs to the scaling invariant Lorentz space with small norm, while corresponding results for the velocity field were proved by Sohr. The main theorem continues and extends a previous result given by the author.  相似文献
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