A boundary-value problem for the biharmonic equation and the by Nazarov S. A., Sweers G. H.

By Nazarov S. A., Sweers G. H.

Allow Ω be a site with piecewise tender boundary. regularly, it really is very unlikely to procure a generalized resolution u ∈ W 2 2 (Ω) of the equation with the boundary stipulations by means of fixing iteratively a method of 2 Poisson equations less than homogeneous Dirichlet stipulations. this type of approach is received through environment v = −Δu. within the two-dimensional case, this truth is named the Sapongyan paradox within the conception of easily supported polygonal plates. within the current paper, the third-dimensional challenge is investigated for a website with a tender part Γ. If the variable commencing perspective α ∈ is under π far and wide at the part, then the boundary-value challenge for the biharmonic equation is similar to the iterated Dirichlet challenge, and its resolution u inherits the positivity conserving estate from those difficulties. within the case α ∈ (π, 2π), the strategy of fixing the 2 Dirichlet difficulties has to be converted through allowing infinite-dimensional kernel and co-kernel of the operators and identifying the answer u ∈ (Ω) via inverting a definite vital operator at the contour Γ. If α(s) ∈ (3π/2,2π) for some degree s ∈ Γ, then there exists a nonnegative functionality f ∈ (Ω) for which the answer u adjustments signal contained in the area Ω. relating to crack (α = 2π all over the place on Γ), one must introduce a distinct scale of weighted functionality areas. for that reason, the positivity keeping estate fails. In a few geometrical events, the issues on well-posedness for the boundary-value challenge for the biharmonic equation and the positivity estate stay open.

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