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Modeling error of $ \alpha $-models of turbulence on a two-dimensional torus

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  • This paper is devoted to study the rate of convergence of the weak solutions $ {\bf u}_\alpha $ of $ \alpha $-regularization models to the weak solution $ {\bf u} $ of the Navier-Stokes equations in the two-dimensional periodic case, as the regularization parameter $ \alpha $ goes to zero. More specifically, we will consider the Leray-$ \alpha $, the simplified Bardina, and the modified Leray-$ \alpha $ models. Our aim is to improve known results in terms of convergence rates and also to show estimates valid over long-time intervals. The results also hold in the case of bounded domain with homogeneous Dirichlet boundary conditions.

    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary:35Q30, 35Q35;Secondary:65M15, 76D05, 76F65.

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