On the Finite Time Blowup of the De Gregorio Model for the 3D Euler Equations

@article{Chen2019OnTF,
  title={On the Finite Time Blowup of the De Gregorio Model for the 3D Euler Equations},
  author={Jiajie Chen and Thomas Y. Hou and De Huang},
  journal={Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics},
  year={2019},
  volume={74}
}
We present a novel method of analysis and prove finite time asymptotically self‐similar blowup of the De Gregorio model [13, 14] for some smooth initial data on the real line with compact support. We also prove self‐similar blowup results for the generalized De Gregorio model [41] for the entire range of parameter on ℝ or S1 for Hölder‐continuous initial data with compact support. Our strategy is to reformulate the problem of proving finite time asymptotically self‐similar singularity into the… 
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