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URL:https://www.imperial.ac.uk/events/139209/andrea-giorgini/
LOCATION:140\, Huxley Building\, South Kensington Campus\, Imperial College
London\, London\, SW7 2AZ\, United Kingdom
SUMMARY:Andrea Giorgini: Well-posedness for Nonhomogenous Incompressible Na
vier-Stokes-Allen-Cahn Equations
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DESCRIPTION:Diffuse Interface models are nowadays widely employed in Fluid
Dynamics to model the free interface motion of mixtures of two different f
luids (or phases). In this approach\, the interface is the zero level set
of the order parameter\, which represents the difference of the fluid conc
entrations. Free boundary problems are suitable limit of Diffuse Interface
systems. The kinematic condition of the interface translates into a trans
port equation for the order parameter. A well-known regularization is the
conserved Allen-Cahn dynamics\, which has been introduced in literature to
account for a partial mixing of fluids occurring at the interface. In thi
s talk I will present some recent results concerning the existence and uni
queness of solutions for nonhomogeneous viscous incompressible binary mixt
ures. This is a joint work with Maurizio Grasselli (Politecnico di Milano)
and Hao Wu (Fudan University).
X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:Diffuse Interface models are nowadays widel
y employed in Fluid Dynamics to model the free interface motion of mixture
s of two different fluids (or phases). In this approach\, the interface is
the zero level set of the order parameter\, which represents the differen
ce of the fluid concentrations. Free boundary problems are suitable limit
of Diffuse Interface systems. The kinematic condition of the interface tra
nslates into a transport equation for the order parameter. A well-known re
gularization is the conserved Allen-Cahn dynamics\, which has been introdu
ced in literature to account for a partial mixing of fluids occurring at t
he interface. In this talk I will present some recent results concerning t
he existence and uniqueness of solutions for nonhomogeneous viscous incomp
ressible binary mixtures. This is a joint work with Maurizio Grasselli (Po
litecnico di Milano) and Hao Wu (Fudan University).

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