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27), we deduce that |d| n −1/2,00,ΓN = γ n (τ 0 )|ΓN −1/2,00,ΓN ≤ γ n (τ 0 ) −1/2,Γ ≤ τ0 div,Ω , that is, |d| ≤ 1 n −1/2,00,ΓN τ0 div,Ω . The preceding inequality, together with the fact that τ 2 div,Ω = τ0 2 div,Ω + n d 2 |Ω | , implies that τ 2 div,Ω ≤ 1+ n|Ω | n 2 −1/2,00,ΓN τ0 2 div,Ω , which completes the proof. We now observe that B : H → Q, the operator induced by the present bilinear form b : H × Q → R [cf. 62)], is given by 1 B(τ ) := (div τ , (τ − τ t ), R00 γ n (τ )|ΓN ) ∀ τ ∈ H , 2 −1/2 1/2 where R00 : H00 (ΓN ) → H00 (ΓN ) is the corresponding Riesz mapping.
33) has a unique solution z ∈ HΓ1D (Ω ). 34) where Cˆ > 0 is a constant arising from that inequality and the trace inequality (cf. 4). Thus, defining τˆ := ∇z in Ω , we have that div τˆ = v in Ω , −1 which yields τˆ ∈ H(div; Ω ). In addition, there holds γn (ˆτ )|ΓN = R00 (η ) on ΓN , from which it is clear that R00 γn (ˆτ )|ΓN = η on ΓN . 32), that B(ˆτ ) = (v, η ), and therefore B is surjective. Finally, it is easy to see that G is bounded with G Q ≤ f 0,Ω + g −1/2,00,ΓN , −1/2 where · −1/2,00,ΓN stands for the norm of H00 (ΓN ).
Proof. 43). 50). 50). 43). 43). 50). 51) from which it is clear that B is bounded with B ≤ 1. Then, from the definition of the bilinear form a [cf. 44)], applying the Cauchy–Schwarz inequality, utilizing √ nλ ≤ 1, we that tr(τ ) 0,Ω ≤ n τ 0,Ω ∀ τ ∈ L2 (Ω ), and noting that (n λ + 2 μ ) deduce that λ tr(ζ ) tr(τ ) 2μ (n λ + 2 μ ) Ω Ω 1 λ tr(ζ ) 0,Ω tr(τ ) 0,Ω ζ 0,Ω τ 0,Ω + 2 μ (n λ + 2 μ ) 1 ζ 0,Ω τ 0,Ω ≤ ζ div,Ω τ div,Ω ∀ ζ , τ ∈ H0 , μ |a(ζ , τ )| = 1 2μ 1 ≤ μ ≤ 1 2μ ζ :τ− which proves that A : H0 → H0 , the operator induced by a, is also bounded with 1 A ≤ .