Existence of noncontinuable solutions of a system of differential equations

Pages: 54 - 59, Issue Special, September 2009

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Miroslav BartuĊĦek - Masaryk University, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Kotlarska 2, 611 37 Brno, Czech Republic (email)

Abstract: In the paper a system of differential equations $y_i^' = f_i(t, y_1,..., y_{n-1}) g_i(y_n)$, $i=1,..., n$ is studied. Sufficient (necessary) conditions for the existence of a solution $y$ fulfilling $lim_{t\to \tau_-} y_i(t)= C_i$, $i=1,2,..., n-1$, $lim_{t\to\tau_-}|y_n(t)|=\infty $ are derived where $\tau<\infty $ and $C_i \in \mathbb{R}$ are given.

Keywords:  Noncontinuable solutions, singular solutions of the second kind, system of differential equations
Mathematics Subject Classification:  Primary: 34C11

Received: June 2008;      Revised: July 2009;      Published: September 2009.