The Navier-Stokes equations, article by Roque Luis Perezagua

We’re very happy and proud to announce that an article by Roque Luis Perezagua, engineer at EAG (Empresarios Agrupados – GHESA), has been recently featured in Nuclear Magazine (Sociedad Nuclear Española) about the Navier-Stokes equations.

Considered the first step in comprehending the elusive phenomenon of turbulence. In May 2000, the Clay Mathematics Institute identified this problem as one of its seven Millennium Prize Problems in mathematics.

The challenge is to determine whether a unique solution exists for each initial laminar state and whether it remains defined for arbitrarily large times and distances. This implies investigating whether solutions are both existent and stable.

Remarkably, this problem remains unsolved despite numerous claims of its resolution. The scientific community shares a consensus on the uncertainty regarding the uniqueness of solutions and the potential occurrence of “explosions” in solutions, indicating singularities. This raises doubts about the well-defined pressure or velocity at certain points, ultimately leading to turbulence formation.

If you want to learn more about this exciting topic, you’re welcome to read the full article