Identification results for inverse source problems in unsteady Stokes flows

@article{Martins2015IdentificationRF,
  title={Identification results for inverse source problems in unsteady Stokes flows},
  author={Nuno F. M. Martins},
  journal={Inverse Problems},
  year={2015},
  volume={31}
}
We establish identification results in an inverse source problem for the two-dimensional Brinkman equations. This identification problem is cast in the context of a nondestructive evaluation problem that consists in retrieving a pair of forces, namely a body force and a divergence force, from the corresponding Cauchy data. Results are established for data obtained from a single measurement and from several measurements. Extension to three-dimensional problems is also discussed. 

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