Nonlinear elliptic problems with incomplete Dirichlet conditions and the stream function solution of subsonic rotational flows past profiles or cascades of profiles

Miloslav Feistauer

Aplikace matematiky (1989)

  • Volume: 34, Issue: 4, page 318-339
  • ISSN: 0862-7940

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The paper is devoted to the solvability of a nonlinear elliptic problem in a plane multiply connected domain. On the inner components of its boundary Dirichlet conditions are known up to additive constants which have to be determined together with the sought solution so that the so-called trailing stagnation conditions are satisfied. The results have applications in the stream function solution of subsonic flows past groups of profiles or cascades of profiles.

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Feistauer, Miloslav. "Nonlinear elliptic problems with incomplete Dirichlet conditions and the stream function solution of subsonic rotational flows past profiles or cascades of profiles." Aplikace matematiky 34.4 (1989): 318-339. <http://eudml.org/doc/15586>.

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