## List of issues > Series «Mathematics». 2010. Vol. 1

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Nonlinear diffusion and exact solutions to the Navier-Stokes equations

There are considered a number of invariant or partially invariant solutions to the Navier-Stokes equations (NSE) of rank two. These solutions are determined from onedimensional linear or quasi-linear diffusion equations. Explicit solution, which describes smoothing of initial velocity discontinuity in a liquid with initial uniform vorticity, is constructed. This problem is reduced to a linear equation with coefficients depending on time. The global existence and non-existence theorems in the problem of a longitudinal strip deformation with free boundaries are formulated. In this case, the governing quasilinear equation is turned out to be integro-differential one. Third example demonstrates process of axially symmetric spreading of a layer on a solid plane. The corresponding free boundary problem is reduced to the Cauchy problem for the second-order degenerate quasi-linear parabolic equation. It allows us to prove the global-in-time solvability of this problem.

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