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We study $O(d)$-equivariant biharmonic maps in the critical dimension. A major consequence of our study concerns the corresponding heat flow. More precisely, we prove that blowup occurs in the biharmonic map heat flow from $B^4(0, 1)$ into $S^4$. To our knowledge, this was the first example of blowup for the biharmonic map heat flow. Such results have been hard to prove, due to the inapplicability of the maximum principle in the biharmonic case. Furthermore, we classify the possible $O(4)$-eq...
We study convergence to the invariant measure for a class of semilinear stochastic evolution equations driven by L\'evy noise, including the case of cylindrical noise. For a certain class of equations we prove the exponential rate of convergence in the norm of total variation. Our general result is applied to a number of specific equations driven by cylindrical symmetric $\alpha$-stable noise and/or cylindrical Wiener noise. We also consider the case of a "singular" Wiener process with unboun...
The aim of this paper is to analyze a mixed discontinuous Galerkin discretization of the time-harmonic elasticity problem. The symmetry of the Cauchy stress tensor is imposed weakly, as in the traditional dual-mixed setting. We show that the discontinuous Galerkin scheme is well-posed and uniformly stable with respect to the mesh parameter $h$ and the Lam\'e coefficient $\lambda$. We also derive optimal a-priori error bounds in the energy norm. Several numerical tests are presented in order t...
The stochastic Landau--Lifshitz--Gilbert (LLG) equation describes the behaviour of the magnetization under the influence of the effective field consisting of random fluctuations. We first reformulate the equation into an equation the unknown of which is differentiable with respect to the time variable. We then propose a convergent $\theta$-linear scheme for the numerical solution of the reformulated equation. As a consequence, we show the existence of weak martingale solutions to the stochast...
We propose a $\theta$-linear scheme for the numerical solution of the quasi-static Maxwell-Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert (MLLG) equations. Despite the strong nonlinearity of the Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert equation, the proposed method results in a linear system at each time step. We prove that as the time and space steps tend to zero (with no further conditions when $\theta\in(1/2,1]$), the finite element solutions converge weakly to a weak solution of the MLLG equations. Numerical results are present...
In this paper we study the Poisson and heat equations on bounded and unbounded domains with smooth boundary with random Dirichlet boundary conditions. The main novelty of this work is a convenient framework for the analysis of such equations excited by the white in time and/or space noise on the boundary. Our approach allows us to show the existence and uniqueness of weak solutions in the space of distributions. Then we prove that the solutions can be identified as smooth functions inside the...
We show that Hashimoto transformation is applicable to the one dimensional stochastic Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert (LLG) equation and transforms it to the stochastic generalized heat equation with nonlocal (in space) interaction.
We propose a numerical integrator for the coupled system of the eddy-current equation with the nonlinear Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert equation. The considered effective field contains a general field contribution, and we particularly cover exchange, anisotropy, applied field, and magnetic field (stemming from the eddy-current equation). Even though the considered problem is nonlinear, our scheme requires only the solution of two linear systems per time-step. Moreover, our algorithm decouples both ...
In this paper we first prove the existence and uniqueness of the solution to the stochastic Navier--Stokes equations on the rotating 2-dimensional sphere. Then we show the existence of an asymptotically compact random dynamical system associated with the equations.
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