Discrete & Continuous Dynamical Systems - S
December 2021 , Volume 14 , Issue 12
Issue on advances in partial differential equation
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The paper studies the asymptotic behaviour of solutions to a second-order non-linear discrete equation of Emden–Fowler type
In this paper, we consider a class of finitely degenerate coupled parabolic systems. At high initial energy level
The Cauchy problem of one dimensional generalized Boussinesq equation is treated by the approach of variational method in order to realize the control aim, which is the control problem reflecting the relationship between initial data and global dynamics of solution. For a class of more general nonlinearities we classify the initial data for the global solution and finite time blowup solution. The results generalize some existing conclusions related this problem.
We consider a class of nonlinear evolution equations of second order in time, linearly damped and with a memory term. Particular cases are viscoelastic wave, Kirchhoff and Petrovsky equations. They appear in the description of the motion of deformable bodies with viscoelastic material behavior. Several articles have studied the nonexistence of global solutions of these equations due to blow-up. Most of them have considered non-positive and small positive values of the initial energy and recently some authors have analyzed these equations for any positive value of the initial energy. Within an abstract functional framework we analyze this problem and we improve the results in the literature. To this end, a new positive invariance set is introduced.
In this paper, we study axisymmetric homogeneous solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations in cone regions. In [James Serrin. The swirling vortex. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A, Mathematical and Physical Sciences, 271(1214):325-360, 1972.], Serrin studied the boundary value problem in half-space minus
In this paper, we study a reaction-diffusion SEI epidemic model with/without immigration of infected hosts. Our results show that if there is no immigration for the infected (exposed) individuals, the model admits a threshold behaviour in terms of the basic reproduction number, and if the system includes the immigration, the disease always persists. In each case, we explore the global attractivity of the equilibrium via Lyapunov functions in the case of spatially homogeneous environment, and investigate the asymptotic behavior of the endemic equilibrium (when it exists) with respect to the small migration rate of the susceptible, exposed or infected population in the case of spatially heterogeneous environment. Our results suggest that the strategy of controlling the migration rate of population can not eradicate the disease, and the disease transmission risk will be underestimated if the immigration of infected hosts is ignored.
Considered herein is the well-posedness and stability for the Cauchy problem of the fourth-order Schrödinger equation with nonlinear derivative term
This paper deals with the sixth-order Boussinesq equation with fourth-order dispersion term and nonlinear source. By using some ordinary differential inequalities, the conditions on finite time blow-up of solutions are given with suitable assumptions on initial values. Moreover, the upper and lower bounds of the blow-up time are also investigated.
In this paper, we study the fractional pseudo-parabolic equations
In this paper, the initial-boundary value problem for a class of fourth-order nonlinear parabolic equations modeling the epitaxial growth of thin films is studied. By means of the theory of potential wells, the global existence, asymptotic behavior and finite time blow-up of weak solutions are obtained.
In this paper, for the damped generalized incompressible Navier-Stokes equations on
This paper is devoted to studying the dynamical stability of periodic peaked solitary waves for the generalized modified Camassa-Holm equation. The equation is a generalization of the modified Camassa-Holm equation and it possesses the Hamiltonian structure shared by the modified Camassa-Holm equation. The equation admits the periodic peakons. It is shown that the periodic peakons are dynamically stable under small perturbations in the energy space.
We consider the well-posedness of solution of the initial boundary value problem to the fourth order wave equation with the strong and weak damping terms, and the logarithmic strain term, which was introduced to describe many complex physical processes. The local solution is obtained with the help of the Galerkin method and the contraction mapping principle. The global solution and the blowup solution in infinite time under sub-critical initial energy are also established, and then these results are extended in parallel to the critical initial energy. Finally, the infinite time blowup of solution is proved at the arbitrary positive initial energy.
We consider an anisotropic double phase problem with a reaction in which we have the competing effects of a parametric singular term and a superlinear perturbation. We prove a bifurcation-type result describing the changes in the set of positive solutions as the parameter varies on
In this paper, we are concerned with a reaction-diffusion SIS epidemic model with saturated incidence rate, linear source and spontaneous infection mechanism. We derive the uniform bounds of parabolic system and obtain the global asymptotic stability of the constant steady state in a homogeneous environment. Moreover, the existence of the positive steady state is established. We mainly analyze the effects of diffusion, saturation and spontaneous infection on the asymptotic profiles of the steady state. These results show that the linear source and spontaneous infection can enhance the persistence of an infectious disease. Our mathematical approach is based on topological degree theory, singular perturbation technique, the comparison principles for elliptic equations and various elliptic estimates.
The paper deals with global existence and blow-up results for a class of fourth-order wave equations with nonlinear damping term and superlinear source term with the coefficient depends on space and time variable. In the case the weak solution is global, we give information on the decay rate of the solution. In the case the weak solution blows up in finite time, estimate the lower bound and upper bound of the lifespan of the blow-up solution, and also estimate the blow-up rate. Finally, if our problem contains an external vertical load term, a sufficient condition is also established to obtain the global existence and general decay rate of weak solutions.
In this paper, we study fractional subdiffusion fourth parabolic equations containing Caputo and Caputo-Fabrizio operators. The main results of the paper are presented in two parts. For the first part with the Caputo derivative, we focus on the global and local well-posedness results. We study the global mild solution for biharmonic heat equation with Caputo derivative in the case of globally Lipschitz source term. A new weighted space is used for this case. We then proceed to give the results about the local existence in the case of locally Lipschitz source term. To overcome the intricacies of the proofs, we applied
The aim of this paper is to give global nonexistence and blow–up results for the problem
In this paper, we deal with the initial boundary value problem of the following fractional wave equation of Kirchhoff type
This paper studies the Cauchy problem of Schrödinger equation with inhomogeneous nonlinear term
We mainly focus on the asymptotic behavior analysis for certain fourth-order nonlinear wave equations with strain term, nonlinear weak damping term and source term. We establish two theorems on the asymptotic behavior of the solution depending on some conditions related to the relationship among the forced strain term, the nonlinear weak damping term and source terms.
This paper considers the Cauchy problem for a 2-component Camassa-Holm system
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