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This is the second part of the paper for a Non-Newtonian flow. Dual
combined Finite Element Methods are used to investigate the little
parameter-dependent problem arising in a nonliner three field version of
the Stokes system for incompressible fluids, where the viscosity obeys a
general law including the Carreau's law and the Power law. Certain
parameter-independent error bounds are obtained which solved the problem
proposed by Baranger in  in a unifying way. We also give some
stable finite element spaces by exemplifying the abstract B-B
inequality. The continuous approximation for the extra stress is achieved
as a by-product of the new method.
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