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Quantum hydrodynamics with nonlinear interactions

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  • In this paper we prove the global existence of large amplitude finite energy solutions for a system describing Quantum Fluids with nonlinear nonlocal interaction terms. The system may also (but not necessarily) include dissipation terms which do not provide any help to get the global existence. The method is based on the polar factorization of the wave function (which somehow generalizes the WKB method), the construction of approximate solutions via a fractional step argument and the deduction of Strichartz type estimates for the approximate solutions. Finally local smoothing and a compactness argument of Lions Aubin type allow to show the convergence.
    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 35Q40; Secondary: 35Q55, 35Q35, 82D37, 82C10.

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