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Special issue on PDEs arising from nonlinear waves and fluid dynamics
Robin Ming Chen, Department of Mathematics, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 15260, USA firstname.lastname@example.org
Runzhang Xu, College of Mathematical Sciences, Harbin Engineering University, China email@example.com
In this paper, we consider the dissipative Degasperis-Procesi equation with arbitrary dispersion coefficient and compactly supported initial data. We establish the simple condition on the initial data which lead to guarantee that the solution exists globally. We also investigate the propagation speed for the equation under the initial data is compactly supported.
In this paper, the Cauchy problem of the
This paper is concerned with the initial boundary value problem for a shear thinning fluid-particle interaction non-Newtonian model with vacuum. The viscosity term of the fluid and the non-Newtonian gravitational force are fully nonlinear. Under Dirichlet boundary for velocity and the no-flux condition for density of particles, the existence and uniqueness of strong solutions is investigated in one dimensional bounded intervals.
This paper deals with the global existence and blow-up of solutions to a inhomogeneous pseudo-parabolic equation with initial value
We study the initial boundary value problem of linear homogeneous wave equation with dynamic boundary condition. We aim to prove the finite time blow-up of the solution at critical energy level or high energy level with the nonlinear damping term on boundary in control systems.
In this paper, we consider the initial boundary value problem for the fourth order wave equation with nonlinear boundary velocity feedbacks
In this paper, we consider a plate equation with nonlinear damping and logarithmic source term. By the contraction mapping principle, we establish the local existence. The global existence and decay estimate of the solution at subcritical initial energy are obtained. We also prove that the solution with negative initial energy blows up in finite time under suitable conditions. Moreover, we also give the blow-up in finite time of solution at the arbitrarily high initial energy for linear damping (i.e.
In this paper, we prove the existence of positive solutions with prescribed
This paper is concerned with the initial-boundary value problem for a class of viscoelastic plate equations on an arbitrary dimensional bounded domain. Under certain assumptions on the memory kernel and the source term, the global well-posedness of solutions and the existence of global attractors are obtained.
In this paper, some criteria for weakly approximative compactness and approximative compactness of weak
As a typical example of our analysis we consider a generalized Boussinesq equation, linearly damped and with a nonlinear source term. For any positive value of the initial energy, in particular for high energies, we give sufficient conditions on the initial data to conclude nonexistence of global solutions. We do our analysis in an abstract framework. We compare our results with those in the literature and we give more examples to illustrate the applicability of the abstract formulation.
For a class of semilinear parabolic equations under nonlinear dynamical boundary conditions in a bounded domain, we obtain finite time blow-up solutions when the initial data varies in the phase space
This paper is concerned with the following Schrödinger-Poisson system
In this paper, we consider the fourth-order Moore-Gibson- Thompson equation with memory recently introduced by (Milan J. Math. 2017, 85: 215-234) that proposed the fourth-order model. We discuss the well-posedness of the solution by using Faedo-Galerkin method. On the other hand, for a class of relaxation functions satisfying
In this paper, our goal is to improve the local well-posedness theory for certain generalized Boussinesq equations by revisiting bilinear estimates related to the Schrödinger equation. Moreover, we propose a novel, automated procedure to handle the summation argument for these bounds.
The aim of this paper is to investigate the existence of weak solutions for a Kirchhoff-type differential inclusion wave problem involving a discontinuous set-valued term, the fractional
Nonlinear Klein-Gordon equation with combined power type nonlinearity and critical initial energy is investigated. The qualitative properties of a new ordinary differential equation are studied and the concavity method of Levine is improved. Necessary and sufficient conditions for finite time blow up and global existence of the solutions are proved. New sufficient conditions on the initial data for finite time blow up, based on the necessary and sufficient ones, are obtained. The asymptotic behavior of the global solutions is also investigated.
In this paper, a rotating blades equation is considered. The arbitrary pre-twisted angle, arbitrary pre-setting angle and arbitrary rotating speed are taken into account when establishing the rotating blades model. The nonlinear PDEs of motion and two types of boundary conditions are derived by the extended Hamilton principle and the first-order piston theory. The well-posedness of weak solution (global in time) for the rotating blades equation with Clamped-Clamped (C-C) boundary conditions can be proved by compactness method and energy method. Strong energy estimates are derived under additional assumptions on the initial data. In addition, the existence and regularity of weak solutions (global in time) for the rotating blades equation with Clamped-Free (C-F) boundary conditions are proved as well.
In this paper, we consider a kind of efficient finite difference methods (FDMs) for solving the nonlinear Helmholtz equation in the Kerr medium. Firstly, by applying several iteration methods, we linearize the nonlinear Helmholtz equation in several different ways. Then, based on the resulted linearized problem at each iterative step, by rearranging the Taylor expansion and using the ADI method, we deduce a kind of new FDMs, which also provide a route to deal with the problem with discontinuous coefficients.Finally, some numerical results are presented to validate the efficiency of the proposed schemes, and to show that our schemes perform with much higher accuracy and better convergence compared with the classical ones.
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