Analysis Seminar

Local Dissipation of Energy for Continuous Incompressible Euler Flows

I will discuss the construction of continuous solutions to the incompressible Euler equations that exhibit local dissipation of energy and the surrounding motivations. A significant open question, which represents a strong form of the Onsager conjecture, is whether such solutions exist that locally dissipate energy while having the maximal possible regularity of being 1/3-Hölder continuous.

Date & Time

June 14, 2021 | 4:30pm – 5:30pm

Location

Remote Access

Speakers

Phillip Isett

Speaker Affiliation

University of Texas at Austin, California Institute of Technology

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