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Propagation of regularity and finite-time collisions for the thermomechanical Cucker-Smale model with a singular communication

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  • We study dynamical behaviors of the ensemble of thermomechanical Cucker-Smale (in short TCS) particles with singular power-law communication weights in velocity and temperatures. For the particle TCS model, we present several sufficient frameworks for the global regularity of solution and a finite-time breakdown depending on the blow-up exponents in the power-law communication weights at the origin where the relative spatial distances become zero. More precisely, when the blow-up exponent in velocity communication weight is greater than unity and the blow-up exponent in temperature communication weights is more than twice of blow-up exponent in velocity communication, we show that there will be no finite time collision between particles, unless there are collisions initially. In contrast, when the blow-up exponent of velocity communication weight is smaller than unity, we show that there can be a collision in finite time. For the kinetic TCS equation, we present a local-in-time existence of a unique weak solution using the suitable regularization and compactness arguments.

    Mathematics Subject Classification: 70F99, 92B25.


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