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Nonstationary laminar heat convection in a closed domain for a given heat flux


The Nucleation of a Nanoparticle of Silicon Dioxide in a Closed Domain.


Representation of functions analytic in a closed domain by series of rational functions


Accessibility sets of differential inclusions in a closed domain


Under these assumptions, the desired solution in the entire closed domain is of limited smoothness: it belongs only to the H?lder class Cμ, where μ ∈ (0, 1) is arbitrary.


Turbulent thermal convection in a closed domain: viscous boundary layer and mean flow effects


Conjugate heat transfer in a closed domain with a locally lumped heatrelease source


Vector potentialvorticity relationship for the Stokes flows: application to the Stokes eigenmodes in 2D/3D closed domain


Suppose that the light rays emitted by the source through an aperture fall on a perfectly reflecting surface and reflect off it so that the reflected rays illuminate a closed domain on some plane with intensity .


The proposed numerical method can be easily modified for the case when is a closed domain on an arbitrary surface.


We present an adaptive finite element method for solving elliptic problems in exterior domains, that is for problems in the exterior of a bounded closed domain in , .


Some application of this result to the uniform convergence of the Bieberbach polynomials πn in a closed domain \overline G with a smooth boundary L is given.


We obtain the asymptotic behavior of the spectral function of an elliptic selfadjoint boundary problem in a closed domain and give a uniform estimate for the remainder.


The results obtained provoked interest to repeat the same work inside the larger closed domain D:(x0 ? [6,2], C ? [5,5]) and the results are presented in Fig.


Ageostrophic linear drag terms were employed to represent the western boundary layer for accomplishment of the steady circulation in the closed domain.


Besides studying local stability, we give the proofs for global stability of the trivial steady state in the whole positive phase space and for the nontrivial steady state in a closed domain containing the steady state point.


This head forms a closed domain:any further derivation takes as its input not the root itself, but an element whose semantic and phonological properties have been cashed out.


Constructing a suitable directionally continuous selection fromF, we prove the existence of solutions on a closed domain and the connectedness of the set of trajectories.


In this paper, we introduce and study the minimal time of a crisis map which measures the minimal time spent outside a given closed domain of constraints by trajectory solutions of a differential inclusion.


The Helmholtz equation in a closed domain that is an equilateral triangle with inhomogeneous impedance boundary conditions is considered.

