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Regularity of the extremal solution for a fourth-order elliptic problem with singular nonlinearity  [PDF]
Baishun Lai,Qing Luo
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: In this paper, we consider the relation between $p > 1$ and critical dimension of the extremal solution of the semilinear equation $$\{\begin{array}{lllllll} \beta \Delta^{2}u-\tau \Delta u=\frac{\lambda}{(1-u)^{p}} & in\ \ B, 00$ is a parameter, $\tau>0, \beta>0,p>1$ are fixed constants. By Hardy-Rellich inequality, we find that when $p$ is large enough, the critical dimension is 13.}
On the existence of nontrivial solutions for a fourth-order semilinear elliptic problem  [PDF]
Aixia Qian,Shujie Li
Abstract and Applied Analysis , 2005, DOI: 10.1155/aaa.2005.673
Abstract: By means of Minimax theory, we study the existence of one nontrivial solution and multiple nontrivial solutions for a fourth-order semilinear elliptic problem with Navier boundary conditions.
Regularity of the extremal solution for some elliptic problems with advection  [PDF]
Xue Luo,Dong Ye,Feng Zhou
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: In this note, we investigate the regularity of extremal solution $u^*$ for semilinear elliptic equation $-\triangle u+c(x)\cdot\nabla u=\lambda f(u)$ on a bounded smooth domain of $\mathbb{R}^n$ with Dirichlet boundary condition. Here $f$ is a positive nondecreasing convex function, exploding at a finite value $a\in (0, \infty)$. We show that the extremal solution is regular in low dimensional case. In particular, we prove that for the radial case, all extremal solution is regular in dimension two.
Entire solutions for a class of fourth order semilinear elliptic equations with weights  [PDF]
Paolo Caldiroli,Gabriele Cora
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: We investigate the problem of entire solutions for a class of fourth order, dilation invariant, semilinear elliptic equations with power-type weights and with subcritical or critical growth in the nonlinear term. These equations define non compact variational problems and are characterized by the presence of a term containing lower order derivatives, whose strength is ruled by a parameter {\lambda}. We can prove existence of entire solutions found as extremal functions for some Rellich-Sobolev type inequalities. Moreover, when the nonlinearity is suitably close to the critical one and the parameter {\lambda} is large, symmetry breaking phenomena occur and in some cases the asymptotic behavior of radial and non radial ground states can be somehow described.
Elliptic Singular Fourth Order Equations  [PDF]
Mohammed Benalili,Kamel Tahri
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: Using a method developped in [1] and [2], we prove the existence of weak non trivial solutions to fourth order elliptic equations with singularities and with critical Sobolev growth.
Fourth order elliptic system with dirichlet boundary condition  [cached]
Jung Tacksun,Choi Q-Heung
Journal of Inequalities and Applications , 2011,
Abstract: We investigate the multiplicity of the solutions of the fourth order elliptic system with Dirichlet boundary condition. We get two theorems. One theorem is that the fourth order elliptic system has at least two nontrivial solutions when λ k < c < λ k+1 and λ k+n (λ k+n - c) < a + b < λ k+n+1(λ k+n+1 - c). We prove this result by the critical point theory and the variation of linking method. The other theorem is that the system has a unique nontrivial solution when λ k < c < λ k+1 and λ k (λ k - c) < 0, a+b < λ k+1(λ k+1 - c). We prove this result by the contraction mapping principle on the Banach space. AMS Mathematics Subject Classification: 35J30, 35J48, 35J50
On a fourth order superlinear elliptic problem  [cached]
M. Ramos,P. Rodrigues
Electronic Journal of Differential Equations , 2001,
Abstract: We prove the existence of a nonzero solution for the fourth order elliptic equation $$Delta^2u= mu u +a(x)g(u)$$ with boundary conditions $u=Delta u=0$. Here, $mu$ is a real parameter, $g$ is superlinear both at zero and infinity and $a(x)$ changes sign in $Omega$. The proof uses a variational argument based on the argument by Bahri-Lions cite{BL}.
Positive solutions with changing sign energy to a nonhomogeneous elliptic problem of fourth order  [cached]
M.Talbi,N.Tsouli
Boletim da Sociedade Paranaense de Matemática , 2011,
Abstract: In this paper, we study the existence for two positive solutions toa nonhomogeneous elliptic equation of fourth order with a parameter lambda such tha 0 < lambda < lambda^. The first solution has a negative energy while the energy of the second one is positive for 0 < lambda < lambda_0 and negative for lambda_0 < lambda < lambda^. The values lambda_0 and lambda^ are given under variational form and we show that every corresponding critical point is solution of the nonlinear elliptic problem (with a suitable multiplicative term).
Regularity of Extremal Solutions in Fourth Order Nonlinear Eigenvalue Problems on General Domains  [PDF]
Craig Cowan,Pierpaolo Esposito,Nassif Ghoussoub
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: We examine the regularity of the extremal solution of the nonlinear eigenvalue problem $\Delta^2 u = \lambda f(u)$ on a general bounded domain $\Omega$ in $ \IR^N$, with the Navier boundary condition $ u=\Delta u =0 $ on $ \pOm$. Here $ \lambda$ is a positive parameter and $f$ is a non-decreasing nonlinearity with $f(0)=1$. We give general pointwise bounds and energy estimates which show that for any convex and superlinear nonlinearity $f$, the extremal solution $ u^*$ is smooth provided $N\leq 5$.
Weak compactness of solutions for fourth order elliptic systems with critical growth  [PDF]
Pawe? Goldstein,Pawe? Strzelecki,Anna Zatorska-Goldstein
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: We consider a class of fourth order elliptic systems which include the Euler-Lagrange equations of biharmonic mappings in dimension 4 and we prove that weak limit of weak solutions to such systems is again a weak solution to a limit system.
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