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Euler-Poisson equations related to general compressible rotating fluids

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  • This paper is mainly concerned with Euler-Poisson equations modeling Newtonian stars. We establish the existence of rotating star solutions for general compressible fluids with prescribed angular velocity law, which is the main point distinguished with the case with prescribed angular momentum per unit mass. The compactness of any minimizing sequence is established, which is important from the stability point of view.
    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 35J05; 35J20; Secondary: 85A15.


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