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Wed, 18 Jan 2017 20:09:20 GMT2017-01-18T20:09:20ZOn the Caginalp phase-field systems with two temperatures and the Maxwell–Cattaneo law
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/90781
On the Caginalp phase-field systems with two temperatures and the Maxwell–Cattaneo law
Miranville, Alain; Quintanilla de Latorre, Ramón
Our aim in this paper is to study generalizations of the nonconserved and conserved Caginalp phase-¿eld systems based on the Maxwell–Cattaneo law with two temperatures for heat conduction. In particular, we obtain well-posedness results and study the dissipativity of the associated solution operators.
This is the peer reviewed version of the following article: Miranville, A., and Quintanilla, R. (2016) On the Caginalp phase-field systems with two temperatures and the Maxwell–Cattaneo law. Math. Meth. Appl. Sci., 39: 4385–4397, which has been published in final form at http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/mma.3867. This article may be used for non-commercial purposes in accordance with Wiley Terms and Conditions for Self-Archiving
Fri, 14 Oct 2016 10:40:07 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/2117/907812016-10-14T10:40:07ZMiranville, AlainQuintanilla de Latorre, RamónOur aim in this paper is to study generalizations of the nonconserved and conserved Caginalp phase-¿eld systems based on the Maxwell–Cattaneo law with two temperatures for heat conduction. In particular, we obtain well-posedness results and study the dissipativity of the associated solution operators.On the time decay of solutions for non-simple elasticity with voids
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/89329
On the time decay of solutions for non-simple elasticity with voids
Liu, Zhuangyi; Magaña Nieto, Antonio; Quintanilla de Latorre, Ramón
In this work we consider the non-simple theory of elastic material with voids and we investigate how the coupling of these two aspects of the material affects the behavior of the solutions. We analyze only two kind of different behavior, slow or exponential decay. We introduce four different dissipation mechanisms in the system and we study, in each case, the effect of this mechanism in the behavior of the solutions.
Thu, 28 Jul 2016 11:25:42 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/2117/893292016-07-28T11:25:42ZLiu, ZhuangyiMagaña Nieto, AntonioQuintanilla de Latorre, RamónIn this work we consider the non-simple theory of elastic material with voids and we investigate how the coupling of these two aspects of the material affects the behavior of the solutions. We analyze only two kind of different behavior, slow or exponential decay. We introduce four different dissipation mechanisms in the system and we study, in each case, the effect of this mechanism in the behavior of the solutions.A Caginalp phase-field system based on type III heat conduction with two temperatures
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/87512
A Caginalp phase-field system based on type III heat conduction with two temperatures
Miranville, Alain; Quintanilla de Latorre, Ramón
Our aim in this paper is to study a generalization of the Caginalp phasefield
system based on the theory of type III thermomechanics with two temperatures for the heat conduction. In particular, we obtain well-posedness results and study the dissipativity of the associated solution operators. We consider here both regular and singular nonlinear terms. Furthermore, we endow the equations with two types of boundary
conditions, namely, Dirichlet and Neumann. Finally, we study the spatial behavior of the solutions in a semi-infinite cylinder, when such solutions exist.
Tue, 31 May 2016 07:44:34 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/2117/875122016-05-31T07:44:34ZMiranville, AlainQuintanilla de Latorre, RamónOur aim in this paper is to study a generalization of the Caginalp phasefield
system based on the theory of type III thermomechanics with two temperatures for the heat conduction. In particular, we obtain well-posedness results and study the dissipativity of the associated solution operators. We consider here both regular and singular nonlinear terms. Furthermore, we endow the equations with two types of boundary
conditions, namely, Dirichlet and Neumann. Finally, we study the spatial behavior of the solutions in a semi-infinite cylinder, when such solutions exist.On chiral effects in strain gradient elasticity
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/84128
On chiral effects in strain gradient elasticity
Iesan, Dorin; Quintanilla de Latorre, Ramón
This paper is concerned with the problem of uniformly loaded bars in strain gradient elasticity. We study the deformation of an isotropic chiral bar subjected to body forces, to tractions on the lateral surface and to resultant forces and moments on the ends. Examples of chiral materials include some auxetic materials, bones, some honeycomb structures, as well as composites with inclusions. The three-dimensional problem is reduced to the study of some generalized plane strain problems. The method is used to study the deformation of a uniformly loaded circular cylinder. New chiral effects are presented. The flexure of a chiral cylinder, in contrast with the case of achiral materials, is accompanied by extension and bending. The salient feature of the solution is that a uniform pressure acting on the lateral surface of a chiral circular elastic cylinder produces a twist around its axis.
Thu, 10 Mar 2016 11:28:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/2117/841282016-03-10T11:28:00ZIesan, DorinQuintanilla de Latorre, RamónThis paper is concerned with the problem of uniformly loaded bars in strain gradient elasticity. We study the deformation of an isotropic chiral bar subjected to body forces, to tractions on the lateral surface and to resultant forces and moments on the ends. Examples of chiral materials include some auxetic materials, bones, some honeycomb structures, as well as composites with inclusions. The three-dimensional problem is reduced to the study of some generalized plane strain problems. The method is used to study the deformation of a uniformly loaded circular cylinder. New chiral effects are presented. The flexure of a chiral cylinder, in contrast with the case of achiral materials, is accompanied by extension and bending. The salient feature of the solution is that a uniform pressure acting on the lateral surface of a chiral circular elastic cylinder produces a twist around its axis.Strain gradient theory of chiral Cosserat thermoelasticity without energy dissipation
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/84039
Strain gradient theory of chiral Cosserat thermoelasticity without energy dissipation
Iesan, Dorin; Quintanilla de Latorre, Ramón
In this paper, we use the Green–Naghdi theory of thermomechanics of continua to derive a linear strain gradient theory of Cosserat thermoelastic bodies. The theory is capable of predicting a finite speed of heat propagation and leads to a symmetric conductivity tensor. The constitutive equations for isotropic chiral thermoelastic materials are presented. In this case, in contrast with the classical Cosserat thermoelasticity, a thermal field produces a microrotation of the particles. The thermal field is influenced by the displacement and microrotation fields even in the equilibrium theory. Existence and uniqueness results are established. The theory is used to study the effects of a concentrated heat source in an unbounded homogeneous and isotropic chiral solid.
Wed, 09 Mar 2016 12:26:43 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/2117/840392016-03-09T12:26:43ZIesan, DorinQuintanilla de Latorre, RamónIn this paper, we use the Green–Naghdi theory of thermomechanics of continua to derive a linear strain gradient theory of Cosserat thermoelastic bodies. The theory is capable of predicting a finite speed of heat propagation and leads to a symmetric conductivity tensor. The constitutive equations for isotropic chiral thermoelastic materials are presented. In this case, in contrast with the classical Cosserat thermoelasticity, a thermal field produces a microrotation of the particles. The thermal field is influenced by the displacement and microrotation fields even in the equilibrium theory. Existence and uniqueness results are established. The theory is used to study the effects of a concentrated heat source in an unbounded homogeneous and isotropic chiral solid.Exponential decay in nonsimple thermoelasticity of type III
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/83497
Exponential decay in nonsimple thermoelasticity of type III
Magaña Nieto, Antonio; Quintanilla de Latorre, Ramón
This paper deals with the model proposed for nonsimple materials
with heat conduction of type III.We analyze rst the general system of equations, determine the behavior of its solutions with respect to the time and show that the semigroup associated with the system is not analytic. Two limiting cases of the model are studied later.
This is the peer reviewed version of the following article: Magaña, A., and Quintanilla, R. (2016) Exponential decay in nonsimple thermoelasticity of type III. Math. Meth. Appl. Sci., 39: 225–235. doi: 10.1002/mma.3472, which has been published in final form at http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/mma.3472. This article may be used for non-commercial purposes in accordance with Wiley Terms and Conditions for Self-Archiving
Fri, 26 Feb 2016 13:13:35 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/2117/834972016-02-26T13:13:35ZMagaña Nieto, AntonioQuintanilla de Latorre, RamónThis paper deals with the model proposed for nonsimple materials
with heat conduction of type III.We analyze rst the general system of equations, determine the behavior of its solutions with respect to the time and show that the semigroup associated with the system is not analytic. Two limiting cases of the model are studied later.Decay of solutions for a mixture of thermoelastic solids with different temperatures
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/83494
Decay of solutions for a mixture of thermoelastic solids with different temperatures
Muñoz Rivera, Jaime E.; Naso, Maria Grazia; Quintanilla de Latorre, Ramón
We study a system modeling thermomechanical deformations for mixtures of thermoelastic solids with two different temperatures, that is, when each component of the mixture has its own temperature. In particular, we investigate the asymptotic behavior of the related solutions. We prove the exponential stability of solutions for a generic class of materials. In case of the coupling matrix View the MathML source being singular, we find that in general the corresponding semigroup is not exponentially stable. In this case we obtain that the corresponding solution decays polynomially as t-1/2 in case of Neumann boundary condition. Additionally, we show that the rate of decay is optimal. For Dirichlet boundary condition, we prove that the rate of decay is t-1/6. Finally, we demonstrate the impossibility of time-localization of solutions in case that two coefficients (related with the thermal conductivity constants) agree.
Fri, 26 Feb 2016 12:23:01 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/2117/834942016-02-26T12:23:01ZMuñoz Rivera, Jaime E.Naso, Maria GraziaQuintanilla de Latorre, RamónWe study a system modeling thermomechanical deformations for mixtures of thermoelastic solids with two different temperatures, that is, when each component of the mixture has its own temperature. In particular, we investigate the asymptotic behavior of the related solutions. We prove the exponential stability of solutions for a generic class of materials. In case of the coupling matrix View the MathML source being singular, we find that in general the corresponding semigroup is not exponentially stable. In this case we obtain that the corresponding solution decays polynomially as t-1/2 in case of Neumann boundary condition. Additionally, we show that the rate of decay is optimal. For Dirichlet boundary condition, we prove that the rate of decay is t-1/6. Finally, we demonstrate the impossibility of time-localization of solutions in case that two coefficients (related with the thermal conductivity constants) agree.Spatial behaviour in thermoelastostatic cylinders of indefinitely increasing cross-section
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/78647
Spatial behaviour in thermoelastostatic cylinders of indefinitely increasing cross-section
Knops, Robin J.; Quintanilla de Latorre, Ramón
Alternative growth and decay estimates, reminiscent of the classical Phragmén-Lindelöf principle, are derived for a linearised thermoelastic body whose plane crosssections increase unboundedly with respect to a given direction. The proof uses a modified Poincaré inequality to construct a differential inequality for a weighted linear combination
of the cross-sectional mechanical and thermal energy fluxes. Decay estimates are deduced also for the cross-sectional mean square measures of the displacement and temperature. An explicit upper bound in terms of base data is established for the amplitude occurring in the decay estimates.
The final publication is available at Springer via http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10659-015-9523-8
Mon, 02 Nov 2015 14:30:12 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/2117/786472015-11-02T14:30:12ZKnops, Robin J.Quintanilla de Latorre, RamónAlternative growth and decay estimates, reminiscent of the classical Phragmén-Lindelöf principle, are derived for a linearised thermoelastic body whose plane crosssections increase unboundedly with respect to a given direction. The proof uses a modified Poincaré inequality to construct a differential inequality for a weighted linear combination
of the cross-sectional mechanical and thermal energy fluxes. Decay estimates are deduced also for the cross-sectional mean square measures of the displacement and temperature. An explicit upper bound in terms of base data is established for the amplitude occurring in the decay estimates.Spatial behavior for solutions in heat conduction with two delays
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/77992
Spatial behavior for solutions in heat conduction with two delays
Leseduarte Milán, María Carme; Quintanilla de Latorre, Ramón
In this note, we investigate the spatial behavior of the solutions of the equation proposed to describe a theory for the heat conduction with two delay terms. We obtain an alternative of the Phragmén-Lindelöf type, which means that the solutions either decay or blow-up at infinity, both options in an exponential way. We also describe how to obtain an upper bound for the amplitude term. This is the first contribution on spatial behavior for partial differential equations involving two delay terms. We use energy arguments. The main point of the contribution is the use of an exponentially weighted energy function.
Tue, 20 Oct 2015 15:32:43 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/2117/779922015-10-20T15:32:43ZLeseduarte Milán, María CarmeQuintanilla de Latorre, RamónIn this note, we investigate the spatial behavior of the solutions of the equation proposed to describe a theory for the heat conduction with two delay terms. We obtain an alternative of the Phragmén-Lindelöf type, which means that the solutions either decay or blow-up at infinity, both options in an exponential way. We also describe how to obtain an upper bound for the amplitude term. This is the first contribution on spatial behavior for partial differential equations involving two delay terms. We use energy arguments. The main point of the contribution is the use of an exponentially weighted energy function.On the time decay of solutions in micropolar viscoelasticity
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/76207
On the time decay of solutions in micropolar viscoelasticity
Leseduarte Milán, María Carme; Magaña Nieto, Antonio; Quintanilla de Latorre, Ramón
This paper deals with isotropic micropolar viscoelastic materials.
It can be said that that kind of materials have two internal structures: the
macrostructure, where the elasticity effects are noticed, and the microstructure,
where the polarity of the material points allows them to rotate. We introduce,
step by step, dissipation mechanisms in both structures, obtain the corresponding
system of equations and determine the behavior of its solutions with respect the
time.
The final publication is available at Springer via http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11012-015-0117-0
Mon, 20 Jul 2015 07:18:57 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/2117/762072015-07-20T07:18:57ZLeseduarte Milán, María CarmeMagaña Nieto, AntonioQuintanilla de Latorre, RamónThis paper deals with isotropic micropolar viscoelastic materials.
It can be said that that kind of materials have two internal structures: the
macrostructure, where the elasticity effects are noticed, and the microstructure,
where the polarity of the material points allows them to rotate. We introduce,
step by step, dissipation mechanisms in both structures, obtain the corresponding
system of equations and determine the behavior of its solutions with respect the
time.