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PERIODIC SOLUTIONS IN THE SINGULAR LOGARITHMIC POTENTIAL
VIDAL,CLAUDIO;
Proyecciones (Antofagasta) , 2007, DOI: 10.4067/S0716-09172007000200003
Abstract: we consider the singular logarithmic potential , a potential which plays an important role in the modelling of triaxial systems, such as elliptical galaxies or bars in the centres of galaxy discs. using properties of the central field in the axis-symmetric case we obtain periodic solutions which are symmetric with respect to the origin for weak anisotropies. also we generalize our result in order to include more general perturbations of the logarithmic potential.
PERIODIC SOLUTIONS IN THE SINGULAR LOGARITHMIC POTENTIAL
CLAUDIO VIDAL
Proyecciones (Antofagasta) , 2007,
Abstract: We consider the singular logarithmic potential , a potential which plays an important role in the modelling of triaxial systems, such as elliptical galaxies or bars in the centres of galaxy discs. Using properties of the central field in the axis-symmetric case we obtain periodic solutions which are symmetric with respect to the origin for weak anisotropies. Also we generalize our result in order to include more general perturbations of the logarithmic potential.
Variational inequalities of strongly nonlinear elliptic operators of infinite order
Adell T. El-Dessouky
International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences , 1995, DOI: 10.1155/s016117129500010x
Abstract: The present paper deals with the study of the solvability of variational inequalities for strongly nonlinear elliptic operators of infinite order with liberal growth on the coefficients.
Existence and regularity of entropy solutions for strongly nonlinear p(x)-elliptic equations
Elhoussine Azroul,Hassane Hjiaj,Abdelfattah Touzani
Electronic Journal of Differential Equations , 2013,
Abstract: This article is devoted to study the existence of solutions for the strongly nonlinear p(x)-elliptic problem $$displaylines{ - operatorname{div} a(x,u, abla u) + g(x,u, abla u) = f- operatorname{div} phi(u) quad ext{in } Omega, cr u = 0 quad ext{on } partialOmega, }$$ with $ fin L^1(Omega) $ and $ phi in C^{0}(mathbb{R}^{N})$, also we will give some regularity results for these solutions.
Symmetric Solutions of a Nonlinear Elliptic Problem with Neumann Boundary Condition  [PDF]
Ana Magnolia Marin Ramirez, Ruben Dario Ortiz Ortiz, Joel Arturo Rodriguez Ceballos
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/am.2012.311233
Abstract: We show a result of symmetry for a big class of problems with condition of Neumann on the boundary in the case one dimensional. We use the method of reflection of Alexandrov and we show one application of this method and the maximum principle for elliptic operators in problems with conditions of Neumann. Some results of symmetry for elliptic problems with condition of Neumann on the boundary may be extended to elliptic operators more general than the Laplacian.
Homotopy Analysis Method for Large-Amplitude Free Vibrations of Strongly Nonlinear Generalized Duffing Oscillators  [PDF]
Youhua Qian, Dongxu Ren, Shengmin Chen, Lin Ping
Modern Mechanical Engineering (MME) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/mme.2012.24022
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In this study, the homotopy analysis method (HAM) is used to solve the generalized Duffing equation. Both the frequencies and periodic solutions of the nonlinear Duffing equation can be explicitly and analytically formulated. Accuracy and validity of the proposed techniques are then verified by comparing the numerical results obtained based on the HAM and numerical integration method. Numerical simulations are extended for even very strong nonlinearities and very good correlations which achieved between the results. Besides, the optimal HAM approach is introduced to accelerate the convergence of solutions.

Generalized nonlinear variational inequality problems involving multivalued mappings
Ram U. Verma
International Journal of Stochastic Analysis , 1997, DOI: 10.1155/s1048953397000361
Abstract: The solvability of a class of generalized nonlinear variational inequality problems involving multivalued, strongly monotone and strongly Lipschitz (a special type) operators, which are closely associated with generalized nonlinear complementarily problems, is discussed.
The Global Attractors for the Higher-Order Kirchhoff-Type Equation with Nonlinear Strongly Damped Term  [PDF]
Yuting Sun, Yunlong Gao, Guoguang Lin
International Journal of Modern Nonlinear Theory and Application (IJMNTA) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ijmnta.2016.54019
Abstract: We investigate the global well-posedness and the global attractors of the solutions for the Higher-order Kirchhoff-type wave equation with nonlinear strongly damping: \"\". For strong nonlinear damping σ and ?, we make assumptions (H1) - (H4). Under of the proper assume, the main results are existence and uniqueness of the solution in \"\" proved by Galerkin method, and deal with the global attractors.
Parametric Dirac Delta to Simplify the Solution of Linear and Nonlinear Problems with an Impulsive Forcing Function  [PDF]
Enrique J. Chicurel-Uziel, Francisco A. Godínez-Rojano
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics (JAMP) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2013.17003
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The Laplace transform is a very useful tool for the solution of problems involving an impulsive excitation, usually represented by the Dirac delta, but it does not work in nonlinear problems. In contrast with this, the parametric representation of the Dirac delta presented here works both in linear and nonlinear problems. Furthermore, the parametric representation converts the differential equation of a problem with an impulsive excitation into two equations: the first equation referring to the impulse instant (absent in the conventional solution) and the second equation referring to post-impulse time. The impulse instant equation contains fewer terms than the original equation and the impulse is represented by a constant, just as in the Laplace transform, the post-impulse equation is homogeneous. Thus, the solution of the parametric equations is considerably simpler than the solution of the original equation. The parametric solution, involving the equations of both the dependent and independent variables in terms of the parameter, is readily reconverted into the usual equation in terms of the dependent and independent variables only. This parametric representation may be taught at an earlier stage because the principle on which it is based is easily visualized geometrically and because it is only necessary to have a knowledge of elementary calculus to understand it and use it.

 

Boundary Value Problems for Nonlinear Elliptic Equations of Second Order in High Dimensional Domains  [PDF]
Guochun Wen, Dechang Chen
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/am.2013.412225
Abstract:

This paper mainly concerns oblique derivative problems for nonlinear nondivergent elliptic equations of second order with measurable coefficients in a multiply connected domain. Under certain condition, we derive a priori estimates of solutions. By using these estimates and the fixed-point theorem, we prove the existence of solutions.

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