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It is quite clear, that this asymptotics determines a reasonable setting of the boundary-value problem in unbounded domains. 8) with a prescribed function f, at infinity. Second, it seems reasonable to discuss the fluid dynamics limits in this simplest situation. 1). Note that there are two sources for a priori estimates of stationary solution. 31) below. The nontrivial kernel of the collision integral L is a very typical property of all kinetic equations. Therefore, we need an additional source to estimate the projections on Ker L.

Cercignani's book [43] and thus wasn't available for some Western authors (cf. [6, 641). We start with a detail description of the solutions in the whole space in Section 1. The representations of the solutions described in this section are crucial for the sequel. The validation of the Hilbert approach in the linear problems is given in Section 2. The aim of Section 3 is to prove the existence and uniqueness theorems for a bounded domain. Stationary solutions describing a gas flow past an obstacle are Chapter V.

Recall that ( f ~ I H= 7 l l f llH = J f (v)g*(v)M(v)dv, (f,f)z2. 1 1. There exists a positive function v such that the operator I i = L+v is a compact selfadjoint operator in H . 2. The function v depends on Ivl only and satisfies 0 < Yo 1 V ( V ) 1 v1(1 + IvI)-', v E CI,,(~) for some positive constants vo, vl . 3. ICerL = span ( 1 ,v , l ~ ) ~ } . 4. Let {$j)j=o be the orthogonal basis in I'lerL. There exists a positive constant 1 such that 5. Set cp, = (1 + Ivl)'. The operator cp,+llzKcp, is bounded in H 6.