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  • In this paper, a collocation approach based on exponential polynomials is introduced to solve linear Fredholm–Volterra integro-differential equations under the initial boundary conditions. In addition, the results are compared with the results of other methods.

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  • In this paper, some major influencing factors and spalling of concrete at elevated temperatures will be first reviewed. Limitations of current test setups for fire test, with a focus on the questionable reliability of thermal boundary condition and deformation capturing, will then be discussed to highlight the need for improved setups.

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  • We explore the sign properties of eigenvalues and the basis properties of eigenvectors for a special quadratic matrix polynomial and use the results obtained to solve the corresponding linear system of differential equations on the half line subject to an initial condition at t = 0 and a condition at t = ∞.

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  • We study the initial-boundary value problem for a system of nonlinear wave equations with nonlinear damping and source terms, in a bounded domain. The decay estimates of the energy function are established by using Nakao’s inequality. The nonexistence of global solutions is discussed under some conditions on the given parameters.

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  • Luong and Loi Boundary Value Problems 2011, 2011:56 http://www.boundaryvalueproblems.com/content/2011/1/56 RESEARCH Open Access Initial boundary value problems for second order parabolic systems in cylinders with polyhedral base Vu Trong Luong1* and Do Van Loi2 * Correspondence: luongvt2003@yahoo.

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  • In this paper, we address the solution of a semilinear heat equation with variable reaction subject to Dirichlet boundary conditions and nonnegative initial datum. Under some assumptions, we show that the solution of the above problem blows up in a finite time, and its blow-up time goes to that of the solution of a certain differential equation. Finally, we give some numerical results to illustrate our analysis.

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  • This article first presents ALCYONE V1.4 RIA-related features and modeling. It especially focuses on recent developments dedicated on the one hand to nonsteady water heat and mass transport and on the other hand to the modeling of grain boundary cracking-induced fission gas release and swelling. This article then compares some simulations of RIA transients performed on UO2-M5® fuel rods in flowing sodium or stagnant water coolant conditions to the relevant experimental results gained from tests performed in either the French CABRI or the Japanese NSRR nuclear transient reactor facilities.

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  • In case of the control period (1961-1990), the initial and the lateral boundary conditions for the regional model are taken from (i) the ERA-40 reanalysis database (Uppala et al., 2005) using 1° horizontal resolution, compiled by the European Centre for Medium-range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF), and (ii) the HadCM3 ocean-atmosphere coupled GCM using ~150 km as a horizontal resolution. For the validation of the PRECIS results CRU TS 1.2 (Mitchell & Jones, 2005) datasets were used.

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  • This manuscript is based on lectures given by Marshall Baker for a class on Mathematical Methods in Physics at the University of Washington in 1988. The subject of the lectures was Green’s function techniques in Physics. All the members of the class had completed the equivalent of the first three and a half years of the undergraduate physics program, although some had significantly more background. The class was a preparation for graduate study in physics.

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  • ROTHE TIME-DISCRETIZATION METHOD APPLIED TO A QUASILINEAR WAVE EQUATION SUBJECT TO INTEGRAL CONDITIONS ABDELFATAH BOUZIANI AND NABIL MERAZGA Received 27 January 2004 and in revised form 12 February 2004 This paper presents a well-posedness result for an initial-boundary value problem with only integral conditions over the spatial domain for a one-dimensional quasilinear wave equation. The solution and some of its properties are obtained by means of a suitable application of the Rothe time-discretization method. 1.

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  • Mapping Service Requirements to Network Resources The ability to properly map services to network resources in a multi-service network is highly important both for making the initial configuration of a network domain, and also as a basis for performing network configuration optimization. The basic task in both cases is the same, although in the latter case there is an initial configuration to start with, as well as potentially a larger number of existing boundary conditions for the new configuration.

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  • FIRST- AND SECOND-ORDER DYNAMIC EQUATIONS WITH IMPULSE F. M. ATICI AND D. C. BILES Received 3 December 2004 and in revised form 11 February 2005 We present existence results for discontinuous first- and continuous second-order dynamic equations on a time scale subject to fixed-time impulses and nonlinear boundary conditions. 1. Introduction We first briefly survey the recent results for existence of solutions to first-order problems with fixed-time impulses. Periodic boundary conditions using upper and lower solutions were considered in [19], using degree theory.

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  • "Calculus and its applications: 4.1" - Objective: find an antiderivative of a function; evaluate indefinite integrals using the basic integration formulas; use initial conditions, or boundary conditions, to determine an antiderivative.

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  • Computational fluid dynamics, usually abbreviated as CFD, is a branch of fluid mechanics that uses numerical methods and algorithms to solve and analyze problems that involve fluid flows. Computers are used to perform the calculations required to simulate the interaction of liquids and gases with surfaces defined by boundary conditions. With high-speed supercomputers, better solutions can be achieved. Ongoing research yields software that improves the accuracy and speed of complex simulation scenarios such as transonic or turbulent flows.

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