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Global existence and large time behavior for the chemotaxis–shallow water system in a bounded domain

  • * Corresponding author: Yucheng Wang

    * Corresponding author: Yucheng Wang

The authors are supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 11771284 and No. 11831011)

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  • In this paper, we consider the chemotaxis–shallow water system in a bounded domain $ \Omega\subset\mathbb{R}^2 $. By energy method, we establish the global existence of strong solution with small initial perturbation and obtain the exponential decaying rate of the solution. We divide the bounded domain into interior domain and the domain up to the boundary. In the interior domain, the problem is treated like the Cauchy problem. In the domain up to the boundary, the tangential and normal directions are treated differently. We use different method to get the estimates for the tangential and normal directions.

    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 35Q35, 35Q92, 92C17, 76N10.


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