### Abstract

In this paper, we prove the R-boundedness of solution operator families of the generalized Stokes resolvent problem in an infinite layer with resolvent parameter λεΣ∈,γ0, where Σ∈,γ0={λεC||argλ|≤π-∈,|λ|≥γ0}(0<∈<πâ•2,γ0>0), and our boundary conditions are nonhomogeneous Neumann on upper boundary and Dirichlet on lower boundary. We want to emphasize that we can choose 0 < ∈ < π / 2 and γ<inf>0</inf> > 0 arbitrarily, although usual parabolic theorem tells us that we must choose a large γ<inf>0</inf> > 0 for given 0 < ∈ < π / 2. We also prove the maximal L<inf>p</inf> - L<inf>q</inf> regularity theorem of the nonstationary Stokes problem as an application of the R-boundedness. The key of our approach is to apply several technical lemmas to the exact solution formulas of a resolvent problem. The formulas are obtained through the solutions of the ODEs, in the Fourier space, driven by the partial Fourier transform with respect to tangential space variable x′=(x1,...,xN-1).

Original language | English |
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Pages (from-to) | 1888-1925 |

Number of pages | 38 |

Journal | Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences |

Volume | 38 |

Issue number | 9 |

DOIs | |

Publication status | Published - 2015 Jun 1 |

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### Keywords

- infinite layer
- maximal regularity
- R -boundedness
- Stokes equations

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**On the R -boundedness of solution operator families of the generalized Stokes resolvent problem in an infinite layer.** / Saito, Hirokazu.

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*Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences*, vol. 38, no. 9, pp. 1888-1925. https://doi.org/10.1002/mma.3201

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AB - In this paper, we prove the R-boundedness of solution operator families of the generalized Stokes resolvent problem in an infinite layer with resolvent parameter λεΣ∈,γ0, where Σ∈,γ0={λεC||argλ|≤π-∈,|λ|≥γ0}(0<∈<πâ•2,γ0>0), and our boundary conditions are nonhomogeneous Neumann on upper boundary and Dirichlet on lower boundary. We want to emphasize that we can choose 0 < ∈ < π / 2 and γ0 > 0 arbitrarily, although usual parabolic theorem tells us that we must choose a large γ0 > 0 for given 0 < ∈ < π / 2. We also prove the maximal Lp - Lq regularity theorem of the nonstationary Stokes problem as an application of the R-boundedness. The key of our approach is to apply several technical lemmas to the exact solution formulas of a resolvent problem. The formulas are obtained through the solutions of the ODEs, in the Fourier space, driven by the partial Fourier transform with respect to tangential space variable x′=(x1,...,xN-1).

KW - infinite layer

KW - maximal regularity

KW - R -boundedness

KW - Stokes equations

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