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10:00 am Monday, March 27, 2017 Thesis Defense: Global Regularity and Finite-time Blow-up in Model Fluid Equationsby Tam Do, Ph.D. Candidate (Rice University) in Sewall Hall, Rm. 462- Determining the long time behavior of many partial differential equations modeling fluids has been a challenge for many years. In particular, for many of these equations, the question of whether solutions exist for all time or form singularities is still open. The structure of the nonlinearity and non-locality in these equations makes their analysis difficult using classical methods. In recent years, many models have been proposed to study fluid equations. In this thesis, we will review some new results in regards to these models as well as give insight into the relation between these models and the true equations.
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