Composite Wave–Plate Systems
The aim of this chapter is to discuss long-time behavior of composite wave–plate models. These include:
• Structural acoustic model with isothermal von Karman plate.
• Structural acoustic model with thermoelastic Karman plate.
• Flow-structure interaction.
We recall that these models involve coupling between the wave equation and plate equation. The coupling occurs on the interface separating two media: acoustic field and the structure (wall). The existence and uniqueness theory associated with these models has been already developed in Chapter 6. The present chapter is devoted to long-time dynamics and global attractors associated with the models.
KeywordsGlobal Attractor Plate System Plate Equation Airy Stress Function Composite Wave
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