On the Nature of Local Equilibrium in the Carleman and Godunov–Sultangazin Equations
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We consider one-dimensional Carleman and Godunov–Sultangazin equations and obtain local equilibrium conditions for solutions of the Cauchy problem with finite energy and periodic initial data. Moreover, we prove the exponential stabilization to the equilibrium state.
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