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of Balance Laws Induced by Microslip
, 1996
"... Structured deformations and the refinements of balance laws induced by microslip ..."
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Structured deformations and the refinements of balance laws induced by microslip
On general balance laws with boundary
 Journal of Differential Equations
, 2010
"... This paper is devoted to general balance laws (with a possibly non local source term) with a noncharacteristic boundary. Basic well posedness results are obtained, trying to provide sharp estimates. In particular, bounds tend to blow up as the boundary tends to be characteristic. New uniqueness res ..."
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This paper is devoted to general balance laws (with a possibly non local source term) with a noncharacteristic boundary. Basic well posedness results are obtained, trying to provide sharp estimates. In particular, bounds tend to blow up as the boundary tends to be characteristic. New uniqueness
Well posedness of balance laws with boundary
 Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications
"... Consider the initial – boundary value problem for a Temple system of balance laws. Aim of this paper is to prove the well posedness of this problem for large times and without requiring the total variation of the initial data be small. ..."
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Consider the initial – boundary value problem for a Temple system of balance laws. Aim of this paper is to prove the well posedness of this problem for large times and without requiring the total variation of the initial data be small.
Balance laws with integrable unbounded source
 SIAM J. Math. Anal
"... We consider the Cauchy problem for a n×n strictly hyperbolic system of balance laws 8 ut + f(u)x = g(x,u), x ∈ R, t> 0 ..."
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We consider the Cauchy problem for a n×n strictly hyperbolic system of balance laws 8 ut + f(u)x = g(x,u), x ∈ R, t> 0
On a class of hyperbolic balance laws
 J. Hyperbolic Differ. Equ
"... Consider an n × n system of hyperbolic balance laws with coinciding shock and rarefaction curves. This note proves the well posedness in the large of this system, provided there exists a domain that is invariant both with respect to the homogeneous conservation law and to the ordinary differential s ..."
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Consider an n × n system of hyperbolic balance laws with coinciding shock and rarefaction curves. This note proves the well posedness in the large of this system, provided there exists a domain that is invariant both with respect to the homogeneous conservation law and to the ordinary differential
On the Formulation of Balance Laws for Electromagnetic
, 2007
"... sisting of the linear momentum balance, momentofmomentum balance, energy balance and Clausius– Duhem inequality for electromagnetic media is derived from basic ideas in continuum mechanics and electromagnetism and shown thereby to be compatible with earlier formulations. Key Words: continuum elec ..."
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sisting of the linear momentum balance, momentofmomentum balance, energy balance and Clausius– Duhem inequality for electromagnetic media is derived from basic ideas in continuum mechanics and electromagnetism and shown thereby to be compatible with earlier formulations. Key Words: continuum
Mixed Systems: ODEs – Balance Laws
, 2011
"... We prove the well posedness of mixed problems consisting of a system of ordinary differential equations coupled with systems of balance laws in domains with moving boundaries. The interfaces between the systems are provided by the boundary data and boundary positions. Various situations that fit int ..."
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We prove the well posedness of mixed problems consisting of a system of ordinary differential equations coupled with systems of balance laws in domains with moving boundaries. The interfaces between the systems are provided by the boundary data and boundary positions. Various situations that fit
AN INTERESTING CLASS OF HYPERBOLIC BALANCE LAWS
"... Abstract. This paper presents an observation that under reasonable conditions, many systems of hyperbolic balance laws from mathematical physics possess three structural properties. One of the three properties can be understand as a nonlinearization of the celebrated Onsager reciprocal relation in M ..."
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Abstract. This paper presents an observation that under reasonable conditions, many systems of hyperbolic balance laws from mathematical physics possess three structural properties. One of the three properties can be understand as a nonlinearization of the celebrated Onsager reciprocal relation
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