We study a time-reversed hyperbolic heat conduction problem based upon the Maxwell–Cattaneo model of non-Fourier heat law. This heat and mass diffusion problem is a hyperbolic type equation for thermodynamics systems with thermal memory or with finite time-delayed heat flux, where the Fourier or Fick law is proven to be unsuccessful with experimental data. In this work, we show that our recent variational quasi-reversibility method for the classical time-reversed heat conduction problem, which obeys the Fourier or Fick law, can be adapted to cope with this hyperbolic scenario. We establish a generic regularization scheme in the sense that we perturb both spatial operators involved in the PDE. Driven by a Carleman weight function, we exploit the natural energy method to prove the well-posedness of this regularized scheme. Moreover, we prove the Hölder rate of convergence in the mixed – spaces.
The paper deals with a posteriori analysis of the spectral element discretization of a non linear heat equation. The discretization is based on Euler’s backward scheme in time and spectral discretization in space. Residual error indicators related to the discretization in time and in space are defined. We prove that those indicators are upper and lower bounded by the error estimation.
We consider nonlinear sub-elliptic systems with VMO-coefficients for the case 1 < p < 2 under controllable growth conditions, as well as natural growth conditions, respectively, in the Heisenberg group. On the basis of a generalization of the technique of 𝓐-harmonic approximation introduced by Duzaar-Grotowski-Kronz, and an appropriate Sobolev-Poincaré type inequality established in the Heisenberg group, we prove partial Hölder continuity results for vector-valued solutions of discontinuous sub-elliptic problems. The primary model covered by our analysis is the non-degenerate sub-elliptic p-Laplacian system with VMO-coefficients, involving sub-quadratic growth terms.
In this paper, controllability results for a class of multi-term time-fractional differential systems with state-dependent delay have been studied.
The concept of fractional calculus, measure of noncompactness and Mönch fixed-point theorem has been implemented to obtain a new set of controllability results.
Finally, an application is given to illustrate the obtained results.