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We study the dynamics of a coupled system, formed by a rigid body with a cavity entirely filled with magnetohydrodynamic compressible fluid. Our aim is to derive the global existence of the unique classical solutions and weak solutions to this system. Moreover, we show the weak-strong uniqueness principle which means that a weak solution coincides...

In this paper, we study a nonlinear fluid-structure interaction problem between a viscoelastic beam and a compressible viscous fluid. The beam is immersed in the fluid which fills a two-dimensional rectangular domain with periodic boundary conditions. Under the effect of periodic forces acting on the beam and the fluid, at least one time-periodic w...

Our paper deals with three-dimensional nonsteady Navier-Stokes equations for non-Newtonian compressible fluids. It contains a derivation of the relative energy inequality for the weak solutions to these equations. We show that the standard energy inequality implies the relative energy inequality. Consequently, the relative energy inequality allo...

We are concerned with a one dimensional flow of a compressible fluid which may be seen as a simplification of the flow of fluid in a long thin pipe. We assume that the pipe is on one side ended by a spring. The other side of the pipe is let open -- there we assume either inflow or outflow boundary conditions. Such situation can be understood as a t...

We study the motion of the coupled system, $\mathscr S$, constituted by a physical pendulum, $\mathscr B$, with an interior cavity entirely filled with a viscous, compressible fluid, $\mathscr F$. The presence of the fluid may strongly affect on the motion of $\mathscr B$. In fact, we prove that, under appropriate assumptions, the fluid acts as a d...

Our paper deals with three-dimensional nonsteady Navier-Stokes equations for non-Newtonian compressible fluids. It contains a~derivation of the relative energy inequality for the weak solutions to these equations. We show that the standard energy inequality implies the relative energy inequality. Consequently, the relative energy inequality allows...

In this paper, we study a nonlinear interaction problem between a thermoelastic shell and a heat-conducting fluid. The shell is governed by linear thermoelasticity equations and encompasses a time-dependent domain which is filled with a fluid governed by the full Navier-Stokes-Fourier system. The fluid and the shell are fully coupled, giving rise t...

The aim of this article is to show a local-in-time existence of a strong solution to the generalized compressible Navier-Stokes equations for arbitrarily large initial data. The goal is reached by Lp\documentclass[12pt]{minimal} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{wasysym} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{amsbsy} \usepackage{math...

The hydrodynamical model of the collective behavior of animals consists of the Euler equation with additional non-local forcing terms representing the repulsive and attractive forces among individuals. This paper deals with the system endowed with an additional white-noise forcing and an artificial viscous term. We provide a proof of the existence...

We use Feireisl-Lions theory to deduce the existence of weak solutions to a system describing the dynamics of a linear oscillator containing a Newtonian compressible fluid. The appropriate Navier-Stokes equation is considered on a domain whose movement has one degree of freedom. The equation is paired with the Newton law and we assume a no-slip bou...

In this paper, we study a nonlinear interaction problem between a thermoelastic shell and a heat-conducting fluid. The shell is governed by linear thermoelasticity equations and encompasses a time-dependent domain which is filled with a fluid governed by the full Navier-Stokes-Fourier system. The fluid and the shell are fully coupled, giving rise t...

We study the low Mach number limit of the full Navier–Stokes–Fourier system in the case of low stratification with ill-prepared initial data for the problem stated on a moving domain with a prescribed motion of the boundary. Similarly as in the case of a fixed domain, we recover as a limit the Oberback–Boussinesq system; however, we identify one ad...

We consider the problem of motion of several rigid bodies immersed in a perfect compressible fluid. Using the method of convex integration we establish the existence of infinitely many weak solutions with a priori prescribed motion of rigid bodies. In particular, the dynamics is completely time–reversible at the motion of rigid bodies although the...

The hydrodynamical model of the collective behavior of animals consists of the Euler equation with additional non-local forcing terms representing the repulsive and attractive forces among individuals. This paper deals with the system endowed with an additional white-noise forcing and an artificial viscous term. We provide a proof of the existence...

The present paper takes advantage of the concept of dissipative measure-valued solutions to show the rigorous derivation of the Euler–Boussinesq (EB) system that has been successfully used in various meteorological models. In particular, we show that EB system can be obtained as a singular limit of the complete Euler system. We provide two types of...

We study the Riemann problem for the isentropic compressible Euler equations in two space dimensions with the pressure law describing the Chaplygin gas. It is well known that there are Riemann initial data for which the 1D Riemann problem does not have a classical BV solution, instead a \(\delta \)-shock appears, which can be viewed as a generalize...

We use Feireisl-Lions theory to deduce the existence of weak solutions to a system describing the dynamics of a linear oscillator containing a Newtonian compressible fluid. The appropriate Navier-Stokes equation is considered on a domain whose movement has one degree of freedom. The equation is paired with the Newton law and we assume a no-slip bou...

The aim of this article is to show a local-in-time existence of a strong solution to the generalized compressible Navier-Stokes equation for arbitrarily large initial data. The goal is reached by $L^p$-theory for linearized equations which are obtained with help of the Weis multiplier theorem and can be seen as generalization of the work of Shibata...

The question of (non-)uniqueness of one-dimensional self-similar solutions to the Riemann problem for hyperbolic systems of gas dynamics in the class of multi-dimensional ad- missible weak solutions was addressed in recent years in several papers culminating in [17] with the proof that the Riemann problem for the isentropic Euler system with a powe...

We construct two particular solutions of the full Euler system which emanate from the same initial data. Our aim is to show that the convex combination of these two solutions form a measure-valued solution which may not be approximated by a sequence of weak solutions. As a result, the weak* closure of the set of all weak solutions, considered as pa...

We consider a compressible Navier-Stokes system for a barotropic fluid with density dependent viscosity in a three-dimensional time-space domain $(0,T)\times \Omega_\varepsilon$ where $\Omega_\varepsilon = (0,\varepsilon)^2\times (0,1)$. We show that the weak solutions of the 3D system converges to the strong solution of the respective 1D system as...

We prove the existence of a weak solution to the equations describing the inertial motions of a coupled system constituted by a rigid body containing a viscous compressible fluid. We then provide a weak-strong uniqueness result that allows us to completely characterize, under certain physical assumptions, the asymptotic behavior in time of the weak...

The question of (non-)uniqueness of one-dimensional self-similar solutions to the Riemann problem for hyperbolic systems of gas dynamics in sets of multi-dimensional admissible weak solutions was addressed in recent years in several papers culminating in [17] with the proof that the Riemann problem for the isentropic Euler system with a power law p...

We consider the problem of motion of several rigid bodies immersed in a perfect compressible fluid. Using the method of convex integration we establish the existence of infinitely many weak solutions with {\it a priori} prescribed motion of rigid bodies. In particular, the dynamics is completely \emph{time--reversible} at the motion of rigid bodies...

We study the motion of the system, \({\mathcal S}\), constituted by a rigid body, \({\mathcal{B}}\), containing in its interior a viscous compressible fluid, and moving in absence of external forces. Our main objective is to characterize the long time behavior of the coupled system body-fluid. Under suitable assumptions on the “mass distribution” o...

We prove the existence of a weak solution to the equations describing the inertial motions of a coupled system constituted by a rigid body containing a viscous compressible fluid. We then provide a weak-strong uniqueness result that allows us to completely characterize, under certain physical assumptions, the asymptotic behavior in time of the weak...

We consider the isentropic Euler equations of gas dynamics in the whole two-dimensional space and we prove the existence of a $C^1$ initial data which admit infinitely many bounded admissible weak solutions. Taking advantage of the relation between smooth solutions to the Euler system and to Burgers equation we construct a smooth compression wave w...

The present paper takes advantage of the concept of dissipative measure-valued solutions to show the rigorous derivation of the Euler-Boussinesq (EB) system that has been successfully used in various meteorological models. In particular, we show that EB system can be obtained as a singular limit of the complete Euler system. We provide two types of...

We study the low Mach number limit of the full Navier-Stokes-Fourier system in the case of low stratification with ill-prepared initial data for the problem stated on moving domain with prescribed motion of the boundary. Similarly as in the case of a fixed domain we recover as a limit the Oberback-Boussinesq system, however we identify one addition...

We study the Riemann problem for the isentropic compressible Euler equations in two space dimensions with the pressure law describing the Chaplygin gas. It is well known that there are Riemann initial data for which the 1D Riemann problem does not have a classical $BV$ solution, instead a $\delta$-shock appears, which can be viewed as a generalized...

We consider a flow of heat conducting fluid inside a moving domain whose shape in time is prescribed. The flow in this case is governed by the Navier-Stokes-Fourier system consisting of equation of continuity, momentum balance, entropy balance and energy equality. The velocity is supposed to fulfill the full-slip boundary condition and we assume th...

The question of well- and ill-posedness of entropy admissible solutions to the multi-dimensional systems of conservation laws has been studied recently in the case of isentropic Euler equations. In this context special initial data were considered, namely the 1D Riemann problem which is extended trivially to a second space dimension. It was shown t...

We study the motion of the system, S, constituted by a rigid body, B, containing in its interior a viscous compressible fluid, and moving in absence of external forces. Our main objective is to characterize the long time behavior of the coupled system body-fluid. Under suitable assumptions on the "mass distribution" of S, and for sufficiently "smal...

It is well known that the full Navier-Stokes-Fourier system does not possess a strong solution in three dimensions which causes problems in applications. However, when modeling the flow of a fluid in a thin long pipe, the influence of the cross section can be neglected and the flow is basically one-dimensional. This allows us to deal with strong so...

The coupled Navier-Stokes/Allen-Cahn system is a simple model to describe phase separation in two-component systems interacting with an incompressible fluid flow. We demonstrate the \emph{weak-strong uniqueness} result for this system in a bounded domain in three spatial dimensions which implies that when a strong solution exists then a weak soluti...

We consider a system modelling the motion of a piston in a cylinder filled by a viscous heat conducting gas. The piston is moving longitudinally without friction under the influence of the forces exerted by the gas. In addition, the piston is supposed to be thermally insulating (adiabatic piston). This fact raises several challenges which received...

We study the generalized stationary Stokes system in a bounded domain in the plane equipped with perfect slip boundary conditions. We show natural stability results in oscillatory spaces, i.e. H\"older spaces and Campanato spaces including the border line spaces of bounded mean oscillations (BMO) and vanishing mean oscillations (VMO). In particular...

We consider a class of nonlinear non-diagonal elliptic systems with $p$-growth and establish the $L^q$-integrability for all $q\in [p,p+2]$ of any weak solution provided the corresponding right hand side belongs to the corresponding Lebesgue space and the involved elliptic operator asymptotically satisfies the $p$-uniform ellipticity, the so-called...

This paper is concerned with non-stationary flows of shear-thinning fluids in a bounded two-dimensional C2,1\documentclass[12pt]{minimal} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{wasysym} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{amsbsy} \usepackage{mathrsfs} \usepackage{upgreek} \setlength{\oddsidemargin}{-69pt} \begin{document}$$\mathcal {C}...

The collective behavior of animals can be modeled by a system of equations of continuum mechanics endowed with extra terms describing repulsive and attractive forces between the individuals. This system can be viewed as a generalization of the compressible Euler equations with all of its unpleasant consequences, e.g., the non-uniqueness of solution...

We study the incompressible limit of solutions to the compressible barotropic
Navier-Stokes system in the exterior of a bounded domain undergoing a simple
translation. The problem is reformulated using a change of coordinates to fixed
exterior domain. Using the spectral analysis of the wave propagator, the
dispersion of acoustic waves is proved by...

We study higher local integrability of a weak solution to the steady Stokes problem. We consider the case of a pressure- and shear-rate-dependent viscosity, i.e., the elliptic part of the Stokes problem is assumed to be nonlinear and it depends on p and on the symmetric part of a gradient of u, namely, it is represented by a stress tensor T (Du, p)...

We show that the new result on H\"older continuity of solutions to a class of nondiagonal elliptic systems with $p$-growth in [2] can be used to improve the $L^q$ theory for such systems.

We consider the compressible Navier-Stokes-Fourier system on time-dependent
domains with prescribed motion of the boundary, supplemented with slip boundary
conditions for the velocity. Assuming that the pressure can be decomposed into
an elastic part and a thermal part, we prove global-in-time existence of weak
solutions. Our approach is based on t...

In this paper we focus on the existence of a weak solution to a system describing a self-propelled motion of a single deformable body in a viscous compressible fluid that occupies a bounded domain in the three-dimensional Euclidean space. The governing system considered for the fluid is the isentropic compressible Navier–Stokes equation. We prove t...

We prove an L q theory result for generalized Stokes system in a \({\mathcal{C}^{2,1}}\) domain complemented with the perfect slip boundary conditions and under Φ-growth conditions. Since the interior regularity was obtained in Diening and Kaplický (Manu Math 141:336–361, 2013), a regularity up to the boundary is an aim of this paper. In order to g...

In the presented work, we study the regularity of solutions to the generalized Navier-Stokes problem up to a C
2 boundary in dimensions two and three. The point of our generalization is an assumption that a deviatoric part of a stress tensor depends on a shear rate and on a pressure. We focus on estimates of the Hausdorff measure of a singular set...

We deal with a generalization of the Stokes system. Instead of the Laplace operator, we consider a general elliptic operator
and a pressure gradient with small perturbations. We investigate the existence and uniqueness of a solution as well its regularity
properties. Two types of regularity are provided. Aside from the classical Hilbert regularity,...