In this paper, we consider a class of nonlinear Boussinesq-Stefan type systems: a Navier-Stokes equation for the velocity $u$ and the pressure $p$ with second member $F(\theta)$ where $\theta$ is the temperature field, the incompressibility condition and a scalar equation for $\theta$ having a convection term and a nonlinear diffusion operator, in which the right-hand side $\mu(\theta) |D u|^2$ is the dissipation energy. The function $F(\theta)$ is the buoyancy force which satisfies a growth assumption in dimension $2$ and is bounded in dimension $3$. We present some existence results through a fixed-point argument. We use the traditional results of Navier-Stokes equations and those of renormalized solutions. One of the difficulties is the coupling between the two equations for $u$ and $\theta$ through the dissipation energy $\mu(\theta) |D u|^2$. This prevents us from showing compactness, at least if we use the classical results of renormalized solutions for a Stefan problem with $L^1$ data.
"Existence of solutions for a nonlinear Boussinesq-Stefan system." Adv. Differential Equations 14 (9/10) 985 - 1018, September/October 2009.