On A Thermoelastic Plate Equation In An Exterior Domain

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Hence, Equations (1.1) (1.3) embody four possible thermoelastic plate models. urtherF distinctions are made based on the response K() being linear vs. nonlinear and the domain being the full space Rd or a domain with boundary such as bounded domains, exterior domains, half-spaces or wave-guides, etc. Final,ly in case is a domain with boundary, a

L theory for the linear thermoelastic plate equations in

Let Ω be a bounded domain or an exterior domain (domain with bounded complement) in Rn 4 hypersurface. In this paper, we consider initial boundary value problem of linear thermoelastic plate equations: u tt +∆ 2u+∆θ= 0 and θ t −∆θ−∆u t + (1.1) subject to the initial condition: u(x,0) = u 0(x), u t(x,0) = v 0(x), θ(x,0) = θ 0(x

Oscillation Problems in Thin Plates with Transverse Shear

classical elasto-oscillations and thermoelastic oscillations [9]. We intend to show that uniqueness can be proved in the exterior domain for problems where either stress or displacement is prescribed on the plate's lateral surface. The main difficulties arise when we try to apply Helmholtz's theorem to a solution of the bending equations in the


QUARTERLY OF APPLIED MATHEMATICS VOLUME LXV, NUMBER 4 DECEMBER 2007, PAGES 705 736 S 0033-569X(07)01069-9 Article electronically published on October 5, 2007 ON WELL-POSEDNESS,

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A Postprocessing Method for the MITC Plate Elements p. 1059 A Uniformly Stable Finite Difference Space Semi-Discretization for the Internal Stabilization of the Plate Equation in a Square p. 1068 Singular Perturbation An [epsiv]-Uniform Hybrid Scheme for Singularly Perturbed 1-D Reaction-Diffusion Problems p. 1079 Solids


In this note we analyze some problems related to the controllability of thermoelastic systems. In particular, we consider two classes of problems: thermoelastic systems with thermal memory and Euler-Bernoulli thermoelastic plates without memory. Forevery model we discute about some needed assumptions in order to obtain the control of the state.

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of thermoelastic bending lead, in certain cases, to a loss of uniqueness because of the appearance of proper oscillation frequencies. In the case of exterior boundary value problems for the reduced wave equation from (1.1), uniqueness is usually guaranteed by imposing the Sommerfeld radiation condition [1]. A similar approach is taken by


of a thin homogeneous thermoelastic plate subject to thermal deformations. The resulting model is derived in the framework of the well-established theory of heat ow due to Fourier and according to the standard approximation for the Kirchho plate. Section 3 contains the formulation of the dual problem and the construction of the optimality systems.


Remark 2.1. The second equation of (2.2) for, essentially, does not trigger any regularity for , in contrast to the situation where a= 0 (only one temperature = ). For a= 0 we would have the classical operator B= on its usual domain. On the other hand, in the rst equation of (2.2) one needs, yet formally, This lack of regularity will be re

The Existence of R-Bounded - uinjkt.ac.id

semigroups for the thermoelastic plate equation with free boundary conditions , Evolution Equations & Control Theory, 2019 Publication Yoshihiro Shibata. On the local wellposedness of free boundary problem for the Navier-Stokes equations in an exterior domain , Communications on Pure & Applied Analysis, 2018 Publication www.math.uni-konstanz.de


exterior normal vector ν.Byu = u(x,t) we are denoting the position of the plate, while v = v(x,t) denotes the Airy s stress and θ = θ(x,t) the difference of temperature. The constants γ, ρ, and α are positive. Finally, we denote by k a C1(0,∞) function satisfying the following properties: k is a strongly positive definite function.


May 17, 2019 The final result for an infinite plate is expressed in terms of a convolution integral and illustrated by numerical calculations for the point heat source of Rosenthal as an approximation to the general heat source. The distortion of the unwelded section for the case of the infinite plate is compared with that

List of papers published in 2017 and 2018 Generation of

Generation of semigroups for the thermoelastic plate equation with free boundary an exterior domain, Communication on Pure and Applied Analysis Vol 17 (4) July


K arm an system in an exterior domain and in the whole space, and proved that the model for thermoelastic plates is a singular limit of the von K arm an system under thermal e ects. In [30] Perla Menzala and Zuazua also showed that the plate equation can be obtained as a singular limit of the von K arm an system. Enomoto


May 02, 2018 Universität Konstanz Stability of Abstract Thermoelastic Systems with Inertial Terms Hugo D. Fernández Sare Zhuangyi Liu Reinhard Racke Konstanzer Schriften in Mathematik Nr. 37

Adaptive integration technique for nearly singular integrals

integral equation is close to the boundary of acoustic domain. In this case, the conventional Gaussian quadrature becomes inefficient or even inaccurate. So in Section 3, an efficient adaptive integration technique is presented. In Section 4, two numerical examples are presented to verify the efficiency and accuracy of the proposed approach.

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We consider a Boussinesq type equation defined on a smooth and bounded domain W 2 R2. It is shown that the model admits finite energy solutions that are Hadamard well-posed. In particular, it is shown that nonlinear restorative forces acting upon the plate prevent a finite-time blow up weak solutions.

Stability for thermoelastic plates with two temperatures

the fourth-order thermoelastic plate, which exhibits more complex di culties, cp., for example, Section 7. Our main new contributions are First discussion of the fourth-order thermoelastic plate system with two temperatures. Proof of well-posedness for rather weak regular solutions, both for ˝= 0 and for ˝>0. 2

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estimating the Morrey type functional when the domain is smoothly bounded domain. Since my previous result focused on only Cauchy problem, by using much deeper argument for the partial regularity I have got this relaxation. There are still some difficulties in the case of another domain such as exterior domain

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thermoelastic plate equations Robert Denk and Reinhard Racke Abstract: We consider the Cauchy problem for a coupled system generalizing the thermoelastic plate equations. First we prove resolvent estimates for the stationary operator and conclude the analyticity of the associated semigroup in Lp-spaces, 1 < p < ∞, for certain values of the

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equation in an exterior domain and their ap-plication to scattering problems Hideo Nakazawa Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan [email protected] Uniform resolvent estimates for Helmholtz equa-tions in an exterior domain in RN with N 2is derived by using Hardy type inequalities related to radiation conditions, which are hold for N 1.

Analyticity of a thermoelastic plate with variable coefficients

Furthermore, the elastic plate on a Riemannian manifold was studied in [3,4] by Riemannian geometric method. This method was first introduced into the boundary control problem in [18] for proof of the exact controllability of wave equa-tion and Euler Bernoulli plate with variable coefficients [19].


side of the governing equation (1.1) was established in [21] (see also [3]). [23] studied the uniform stability for the solutions of a transmission problem in non-homogeneous anisotropic elasticity. The stabilization of a thermoelastic plate with variable coefficients can be found in [6].


Euler-Bernoulli plate equation, well-posedness and regularity, boundary control and observation, exact controllability, exact observability, multiplier method on Riemannian manifold. This work was carried out with the support of the National Natural Science Foundation of China and


Universität Konstanz Maximal regularity for the thermoelastic plate equations with free boundary conditions. Robert Denk. Yoshihiro Shibata. Konstanzer Schriften in Mathemati

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Published in Comm. Partial Difierential Equations 23(1&2) (1998), 201-221. LOCAL BOUNDARY CONTROLLABILITY FOR THE SEMILINEAR PLATE EQUATION Weijiu Liu Department of Mathematics,

Stabilization of Euler Bernoulli plate equation with variable

Y. Guo, P. Yao / J. Math. Anal. Appl. 317 (2006) 50 70 51 M =R2 and g is the dot product, the uniform stabilization of the Euler Bernoulli plate by non- linear boundary feedback has been well studied by Rao [1], and Lasiecka and Triggiani [22,23].

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Several results are available for the classical thermoelastic plate equation where also energy decay estimates of the solution can be shown. Fur-ther applications include the spin-coating process and the Stokes equation in cylindrical domains.

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time zero (C~ depends on the domain , essentially on the smallest eigenvalue of the negative Dirichlet-Laplace oper-ator D realized in L2). We remark that if we replace the bounded reference con- guration by all of Rnor by an exterior domain, we have similar polynomial (only) decay instead of exponential de-

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the viscoelastic equation that also propagates singularities. From these properties we can conclude that both the thermoelastic and the viscoelastic equations can be obtained as limiting cases of smoothing thermoelastic plate equations. In section 4 we will show the existence of solutions of the :-;-system for

Instability of coupled systems with delay

moelasticity, or the thermoelastic plate equation or its generalization (the - -system introduced in [1, 26]). Now, there is a delay term given in part of the coupled system, and we demonstrate that the expected inherent damping will not prevent the system from not being stable; indeed, the systems will

Stability of an abstract wave equation with delay and a

Application to the wave equation Conclusion References Outline 1 Motivation Problem The idea Stability 2 Existence results 3 The spectral analysis The discrete spectrum The continuous spectrum 4 Asymptotic behavior 5 Proof of the main result 6 Application to the stabilization of the wave equation with delay and a Kelvin{Voigt damping 7

Solution of the two-dimensional heat equation for a

nonhomogeneous heat equation. The problem of the one-dimensional heat equation with nonlinear boundary conditions was studied by Tao [9]. Hansen [10] studied a boundary integral method for the solution of the heat equation in an unbounded domain D in R2. The application of spectral methods for solving the one-dimensional heat equation was

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2of13 T. F. MA ET AL. where the scalar w denotes the transversal displacement of the plate, h=(h1,h2) stands for the mag-The vector H=(H 1,H 2) denotes an exterior constant magnetic field and the parameters α,β,γ and d are positive real numbers.

4. Y. Shibata : On a biharmonic wave maps, GAKUTO

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Advances in Differential Equations Volume xx, Number xxx, , Pages xx xx EXACT CONTROLLABILITY FOR HYPERBOLIC THERMOELASTIC SYSTEMS WITH LARGE MEMORY Jaime E. Munoz Rivera˜ Nat

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ential operators. As the generalized thermoelastic plate equation leads to a matrix with pseudo-differential operators with constant symbols, we will formulate the definitions and results for such matrices. It is also possible to consider general pseudo-differential operators (see, for instance, the book of Grubb [6] in this con-text).