Plates with Internal Damping
In this chapter von Karman equations with nonlinear internal and fully supported in Ω damping are considered. The boundary conditions associated with the model are either clamped, hinged or else “free”. In this latter case, the boundary conditions may involve naturally both dynamic and nonlinear terms. The well-posedness of solutions to the models considered follows from the results presented in Chapter 3, for models with rotational forces and in Chapter 4, for nonrotational models.
KeywordsStrong Solution Global Attractor Rotational Inertia Free Boundary Condition Rotational Force
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