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David Bernier

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Mukhtarbay Otelbaev and Navier-Sokes
Posted: Jan 26, 2014 5:46 AM
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Professor Otelbaev of Kazahkstan claims to have proved
the existence of solutions to the Navier-Stokes equations
(with viscosity non-zero) in the periodic boundary condition
case, cf.:
(and has a 100 page article/preprint in Russian).


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http://math.stackexchange.com/questions/635530/is-the-problem-that-prof-otelbaev-proved-exactly-the-one-stated-by-clay-mathemat
>

or:

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http://digitaljournal.com/news/world/kazakh-mathematician-claims-to-have-solved-1-million-puzzle/article/367034
> .

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I've been wondering about turbulent flow ...

Suppose under some general initial conditions the Navier-Stokes equations
have a solution for all time. (such as in in
the "no breakdown" scenarios in the Navier-Stokes Clay Problem).

Is the thinking that this could still adequately approximate
"turbulent flow" ? Or maybe the thinking is "undecided" ?

David Bernier


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