Navier-Stokes existency and smoothness problem, -The Answer.
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Smooth solution does not always exist. A counter example is given. (Fr>SQRT(3)) As the practical meaning of this answer is already discussed in my previous papers, this paper concentrates to the complete integration process of the Navier-Stokes equation leading to the solution. This path is as follows; N-S Equation -> Bernoulli Eq. -> Energy (intern) -> Energy (extern)/momentum -> Momentum -> Specific Force -> Factoring the degree-three equation to quadratic -> Derivate ->> ANSWER (@ unity)