A. Brillard

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We consider a new way of establishing Navier wall laws. Considering a bounded domain Ω of R N , N = 2, 3, surrounded by a thin layer Σε, along a part Γ2 of its boundary ∂Ω, we consider a Navier-Stokes flow in Ω ∪ ∂Ω ∪ Σε with Reynolds’ number of order 1/ε in Σε. Using Γ-convergence arguments, we describe the asymptotic behaviour of the solution of this(More)
The Poisson-Boltzmann equation has been increasingly used for the description of biomolecular systems in order to derive their electrostatic properties. We here consider a domain consisting of two living cells which communicate through a system of proteins which assemble at specific membrane areas building microchannels called gap junctions. We describe the(More)
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