The choice of the boundary conditions in mechanical problems has to reflect the interaction of the considered material with the surface. Still the assumption of the no-slip condition is preferred in order to avoid boundary terms in the analysis and slipping effects are usually overlooked. Besides the "static slip models", there are phenomena that are not accurately described by them, e.g. at the moment when the slip changes rapidly, the wall shear stress and the slip can exhibit a sudden overshoot and subsequent relaxation. When these effects become significant, the so-called dynamic slip phenomenon occurs. We develop a mathematical analysis of Navier-Stokes-like problems with a dynamic slip boundary condition, which requires a proper generalization of the Gelfand triplet and the corresponding function space setting.

On the dynamic slip boundary condition for Navier-Stokes-like problems

Abbatiello A;
2021-01-01

Abstract

The choice of the boundary conditions in mechanical problems has to reflect the interaction of the considered material with the surface. Still the assumption of the no-slip condition is preferred in order to avoid boundary terms in the analysis and slipping effects are usually overlooked. Besides the "static slip models", there are phenomena that are not accurately described by them, e.g. at the moment when the slip changes rapidly, the wall shear stress and the slip can exhibit a sudden overshoot and subsequent relaxation. When these effects become significant, the so-called dynamic slip phenomenon occurs. We develop a mathematical analysis of Navier-Stokes-like problems with a dynamic slip boundary condition, which requires a proper generalization of the Gelfand triplet and the corresponding function space setting.
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