International Journal of Differential Equations

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List of Papers (Total 577)

Uniform Blow-Up Rates and Asymptotic Estimates of Solutions for Diffusion Systems with Nonlocal Sources

This paper investigates the local existence of the nonnegative solution and the finite time blow-up of solutions and boundary layer profiles of diffusion equations with nonlocal reaction sources; we also study the global existence and that the rate of blow-up is uniform in all compact subsets of the domain, the blow-up rate of |u(t)|∞ is precisely determined.

Uniform Blow-Up Rates and Asymptotic Estimates of Solutions for Diffusion Systems with Nonlocal Sources

This paper investigates the local existence of the nonnegative solution and the finite time blow-up of solutions and boundary layer profiles of diffusion equations with nonlocal reaction sources; we also study the global existence and that the rate of blow-up is uniform in all compact subsets of the domain, the blow-up rate of |u(t)|∞ is precisely determined.

Numerical Effectiveness of Models and Methods of Integration of the Equations of Motion of a Car

The paper presents models of car dynamics with varying complexity. Joint coordinates and homogenous transformations are used to model the motion of a car. Having formulated the models of the car, we discuss the influence of the complexity of the model on numerical efficiency of integrating the equations describing car dynamics. Methods with both constant and adaptive step size...

Numerical Effectiveness of Models and Methods of Integration of the Equations of Motion of a Car

The paper presents models of car dynamics with varying complexity. Joint coordinates and homogenous transformations are used to model the motion of a car. Having formulated the models of the car, we discuss the influence of the complexity of the model on numerical efficiency of integrating the equations describing car dynamics. Methods with both constant and adaptive step size...

Nonlinear elliptic problems with the method of finite volumes

We present a finite volume discretization of the nonlinear elliptic problems. The discretization results in a nonlinear algebraic system of equations. A Newton-Krylov algorithm is also presented for solving the system of nonlinear algebraic equations. Numerically solving nonlinear partial differential equations consists of discretizing the nonlinear partial differential equation...

Nonlinear elliptic problems with the method of finite volumes

We present a finite volume discretization of the nonlinear elliptic problems. The discretization results in a nonlinear algebraic system of equations. A Newton-Krylov algorithm is also presented for solving the system of nonlinear algebraic equations. Numerically solving nonlinear partial differential equations consists of discretizing the nonlinear partial differential equation...

On a similarity solution of MHD boundary layer flow over a moving vertical cylinder

The steady flow of an incompressible electrically conducting fluid over a semi-infinite moving vertical cylinder in the presence of a uniform transverse magnetic field is analyzed. The partial differential equations governing the flow are reduced to an ordinary differential equation, using the self-similarity transformation. The analysis deals with the existence of an exact...

On a similarity solution of MHD boundary layer flow over a moving vertical cylinder

The steady flow of an incompressible electrically conducting fluid over a semi-infinite moving vertical cylinder in the presence of a uniform transverse magnetic field is analyzed. The partial differential equations governing the flow are reduced to an ordinary differential equation, using the self-similarity transformation. The analysis deals with the existence of an exact...

Dynamics of flexible shells and Sharkovskiy's periodicity

Complex vibration of flexible elastic shells subjected to transversal and sign-changeable local load in the frame of nonlinear classical theory is studied. A transition from partial to ordinary differential equations is carried out using the higher-order Bubnov-Galerkin approach. Numerical analysis is performed applying theoretical background of nonlinear dynamics and qualitative...

Dynamics of flexible shells and Sharkovskiy's periodicity

Complex vibration of flexible elastic shells subjected to transversal and sign-changeable local load in the frame of nonlinear classical theory is studied. A transition from partial to ordinary differential equations is carried out using the higher-order Bubnov-Galerkin approach. Numerical analysis is performed applying theoretical background of nonlinear dynamics and qualitative...

Dynamics of flexible shells and Sharkovskiy's periodicity

Complex vibration of flexible elastic shells subjected to transversal and sign-changeable local load in the frame of nonlinear classical theory is studied. A transition from partial to ordinary differential equations is carried out using the higher-order Bubnov-Galerkin approach. Numerical analysis is performed applying theoretical background of nonlinear dynamics and qualitative...

Dynamics of flexible shells and Sharkovskiy's periodicity

Complex vibration of flexible elastic shells subjected to transversal and sign-changeable local load in the frame of nonlinear classical theory is studied. A transition from partial to ordinary differential equations is carried out using the higher-order Bubnov-Galerkin approach. Numerical analysis is performed applying theoretical background of nonlinear dynamics and qualitative...

On dynamics and stability of thin periodic cylindrical shells

The object of considerations is a thin linear-elastic cylindrical shell having a periodic structure along one direction tangent to the shell midsurface. The aim of this paper is to propose a new averaged nonasymptotic model of such shells, which makes it possible to investigate free and forced vibrations, parametric vibrations, and dynamical stability of the shells under...

Modeling of multimass systems torsionally deformed with variable inertia

Dynamic investigations of multimass discrete-continuous systems having variable moment of inertia are performed. The systems are torsionally deformed and consist of an arbitrary number of elastic elements connected by rigid bodies. The problem is nonlinear and it is linearized after appropriate transformations. It is shown that such problems can be investigated using the wave...

Modeling of multimass systems torsionally deformed with variable inertia

Dynamic investigations of multimass discrete-continuous systems having variable moment of inertia are performed. The systems are torsionally deformed and consist of an arbitrary number of elastic elements connected by rigid bodies. The problem is nonlinear and it is linearized after appropriate transformations. It is shown that such problems can be investigated using the wave...

Modeling of multimass systems torsionally deformed with variable inertia

Dynamic investigations of multimass discrete-continuous systems having variable moment of inertia are performed. The systems are torsionally deformed and consist of an arbitrary number of elastic elements connected by rigid bodies. The problem is nonlinear and it is linearized after appropriate transformations. It is shown that such problems can be investigated using the wave...

Influence of temperature-dependent viscosity on the MHD Couette flow of dusty fluid with heat transfer

This paper studies the effect of variable viscosity on the transient Couette flow of dusty fluid with heat transfer between parallel plates. The fluid is acted upon by a constant pressure gradient and an external uniform magnetic field is applied perpendicular to the plates. The parallel plates are assumed to be porous and subjected to a uniform suction from above and injection...

Influence of temperature-dependent viscosity on the MHD Couette flow of dusty fluid with heat transfer

This paper studies the effect of variable viscosity on the transient Couette flow of dusty fluid with heat transfer between parallel plates. The fluid is acted upon by a constant pressure gradient and an external uniform magnetic field is applied perpendicular to the plates. The parallel plates are assumed to be porous and subjected to a uniform suction from above and injection...

On the Navier-Stokes equations with temperature-dependent transport coefficients

We establish long-time and large-data existence of a weak solution to the problem describing three-dimensional unsteady flows of an incompressible fluid, where the viscosity and heat-conductivity coefficients vary with the temperature. The approach reposes on considering the equation for the total energy rather than the equation for the temperature. We consider the spatially...

On the Navier-Stokes equations with temperature-dependent transport coefficients

We establish long-time and large-data existence of a weak solution to the problem describing three-dimensional unsteady flows of an incompressible fluid, where the viscosity and heat-conductivity coefficients vary with the temperature. The approach reposes on considering the equation for the total energy rather than the equation for the temperature. We consider the spatially...

Existence, uniqueness, and quasilinearization results for nonlinear differential equations arising in viscoelastic fluid flow

Solutions for a class of nonlinear second-order differential equations arising in steady Poiseuille flow of an Oldroyd six-constant model are obtained using the quasilinearization technique. Existence, uniqueness, and analyticity results are established using Schauder theory. Numerical results are presented graphically and salient features of the solutions are discussed.

Existence, uniqueness, and quasilinearization results for nonlinear differential equations arising in viscoelastic fluid flow

Solutions for a class of nonlinear second-order differential equations arising in steady Poiseuille flow of an Oldroyd six-constant model are obtained using the quasilinearization technique. Existence, uniqueness, and analyticity results are established using Schauder theory. Numerical results are presented graphically and salient features of the solutions are discussed.

Perturbation analysis of the effective equation for two coupled periodically driven oscillators

Dynamics of two coupled periodically driven oscillators is analyzed via approximate effective equation of motion. The internal motion is separated off exactly and then approximate equation of motion is derived. Perturbation analysis of the effective equation is used to study the dynamics of the initial dynamical system.

On the modelling of complex sociopsychological systems with some reasoning about Kate, Jules, and Jim

This paper deals with the modelling of complex sociopsychological games and reciprocal feelings involving interacting individuals. The modelling is based on suitable developments of the methods of mathematical kinetic theory of active particles with special attention to modelling multiple interactions. A first approach to complexity analysis is proposed referring to both...

On internal constraints in continuum mechanics

In classical particle mechanics, it is well understood that while working with nonholonomic and nonideal constraints, one cannot expect that the constraint be workless. It is curious that in continuum mechanics, however, the implications of the result in classical mechanics have not been clearly understood. In this paper, we show that in dealing with the response of dissipative...