A remark on the note: “Partial Hölder continuity of the spatial derivatives of the solutions to nonlinear parabolic systems with quadratic growth”.

*(English)*Zbl 0990.35062The authors prove the partial regularity of the first spatial derivatives of the weak solutions of the parabolic system
\[
u_t-\text{div} A(t,x,u,Du)=B^0(t,x,u,Du)
\]
with \(B^0(t,x,u,p)\) growing quadratically with respect to \(p\), \(A(t,x,u,p)\), \(A_x\) and \(A_u\) growing linearly with respect to \(p\) and \(A_p\) bounded. In addition, it is supposed that \(A\in C^1(\overline Q\times \mathbb{R}^N\times \mathbb{R}^{nN})\) and \(A_p\) are uniformly continuous. The theorem on partial regularity of \(Du\) is established here under the weaker assumptions on the solution \(u\), namely, \(u\in L^2(-T,0;H^2(\Omega))\cap C^{0,\gamma}(\overline Q)\). By means of an interpolation inequality it is proved that \(Du\in L^4(Q)\). Using this information, the fact that \(u_t\in L^2(Q)\) can be deduced from the system. Having these ingredient, one can finish the proof as in the former paper mentioned in the title [ibid. 76, 219-245 (1986; Zbl 0622.35030)].

Reviewer: O.John (Praha)

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