Existence and Uniqueness for a Coupled Parabolic-Elliptic Model with Applications to Magnetic Relaxation

@article{McCormick2014ExistenceAU,
  title={Existence and Uniqueness for a Coupled Parabolic-Elliptic Model with Applications to Magnetic Relaxation},
  author={David S. McCormick and J. C. Robinson and Jos{\'e} L. Rodrigo},
  journal={Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis},
  year={2014},
  volume={214},
  pages={503-523}
}
AbstractWe prove the existence, uniqueness and regularity of weak solutions of a coupled parabolic-elliptic model in 2D, and the existence of weak solutions in 3D; we consider the standard equations of magnetohydrodynamics with the advective terms removed from the velocity equation. Despite the apparent simplicity of the model, the proof in 2D requires results that are at the limit of what is available, including elliptic regularity in L1 and a strengthened form of the Ladyzhenskaya inequality… CONTINUE READING
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