CONTENTS1. Introduction....................................................................................................................................................52. Notations and preliminaries .........................................................................................................................11 2.1. Function spaces and spaces of distributions............................................................................................11 2.2. Perturbations of linear operators.............................................................................................................20 2.3....

The results concerning free boundary problems for both incompressible and compressible Navier-Stokes equations are reviewed in this paper.

The motion of a fixed mass of a viscous compressible heat conducting capillary fluid is examined. Assuming that the initial data are sufficiently close to a constant state and the external force vanishes we prove the existence of a global-in-time solution which is close to the constant state for any moment of time. Moreover, we present an analogous result for the case of a barotropic viscous compressible fluid.

In this survey we report on existence results for some free boundary problems for equations describing motions of both incompressible and compressible viscous fluids. We also present ways of controlling free boundaries in two cases: a) when the free boundary is governed by surface tension, b) when surface tension does not occur.

The local existence and the uniqueness of solutions for equations describing the motion of viscous compressible heat-conducting fluids in a domain bounded by a free surface is proved. First, we prove the existence of solutions of some auxiliary problems by the Galerkin method and by regularization techniques. Next, we use the method of successive approximations to prove the local existence for the main problem.

We derive a global differential inequality for solutions of a free boundary problem for a viscous compressible heat conducting fluid. The inequality is essential in proving the global existence of solutions.

We consider the motion of a viscous compressible heat conducting fluid in ℝ³ bounded by a free surface which is under constant exterior pressure. Assuming that the initial velocity is sufficiently small, the initial density and the initial temperature are close to constants, the external force, the heat sources and the heat flow vanish, we prove the existence of global-in-time solutions which satisfy, at any moment of time, the properties prescribed at the initial moment.

We derive a global differential inequality for solutions of a free boundary problem for a viscous compressible heat concluding capillary fluid. The inequality is essential in proving the global existence of solutions.

The motion of a viscous compressible heat conducting fluid in a domain in ℝ³ bounded by a free surface is considered. We prove local existence and uniqueness of solutions in Sobolev-Slobodetskiĭ spaces in two cases: with surface tension and without it.

We derive an inequality for a local solution of a free boundary problem for a viscous compressible heat-conducting capillary fluid. This inequality is crucial to proving the global existence of solutions belonging to certain anisotropic Sobolev-Slobodetskiĭ spaces and close to an equilibrium state.

We derive inequalities for a local solution of a free boundary problem for a viscous compressible heat-conducting capillary fluid. The inequalities are crucial in proving the global existence of solutions belonging to certain anisotropic Sobolev-Slobodetskii space and close to an equilibrium state.

We consider the stationary Stokes system with slip boundary conditions in a bounded domain. Assuming that data functions belong to weighted Sobolev spaces with weights equal to some power of the distance to some distinguished axis, we prove the existence of solutions to the problem in appropriate weighted Sobolev spaces.

In the paper the motion of a fixed mass of a viscous compressible heat conducting fluid is considered. Assuming that the initial data are sufficiently close to an equilibrium state and the external force, the heat sources and the heat flow through the boundary vanish, we prove the existence of a global in time solution which is close to the equilibrium state for any moment of time.

We study the solvability in anisotropic Besov spaces ${B}_{p,q}^{\sigma /2,\sigma}\left({\Omega}^{T}\right)$, σ ∈ ℝ₊, p,q ∈ (1,∞) of an initial-boundary value problem for the linear parabolic system which arises in the study of the compressible Navier-Stokes system with boundary slip conditions.
The proof of existence of a unique solution in ${B}_{p,q}^{\sigma /2+1,\sigma +2}\left({\Omega}^{T}\right)$ is divided into three steps:
1° First the existence of solutions to the problem with vanishing initial conditions is proved by applying the Paley-Littlewood decomposition and some ideas of Triebel. All considerations...

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