Existence de solutions à support compact pour un problème elliptique quasilinéaire


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1 Existence de solutions à support compact pour un problème elliptique quasilinéaire Jacques Giacomoni, Habib Mâagli, Paul Sauvy Université de Pau et des Pays de l Adour, L.M.A.P. Faculté de sciences de Tunis, Département de Mathématiques 18 ième colloque C.S.M.T.
2 Framework Let Ω a bounded domain of R N, N 2 with a C 2 boundary. We consider the following quasilinear elliptic problem: { r u = K(x)(λu (P λ ) p u q ), u 0 in Ω, u = 0 on Ω. r u := div ( u r 2 u ), r > 1 is the rlaplacian operator. λ > 0 is a real parameter. 1 < q < p < r 1. K : Ω R is a positive function having a singular behaviour near the the boudary Ω, more precisely: K(x) d(x, Ω) k, with k (0,r).
3 Objectives We call u W 1,r 0 (Ω), a weak solution of (P λ) if and only if: ϕ D(Ω), u r 2 u. ϕ dx = K(x)(λu p u q )ϕ dx. Goal: Origins: Ω Ω Existence of positive or compact support solutions in function of the blowup rate k (0,r) of K(x). Population dynamics. Chemical reactions. Plasma physics. Previous work: Yang Haitao in [1] for the Laplacian case (when r=2).
4 Theorem 1 When k < 1+q, there exists a constant Λ 1 > 0 such that: For λ > Λ 1, (P λ ) has a minimal positive solution u λ W 1,r 0 (Ω) C( Ω ) which is increasing with respect to λ. For λ < Λ 1, (P λ ) has no positive solution. Theorem 2 When q > r(k 2)+1 r 1 and k [1+q,r), there exists Λ 2 > 0 such that: For λ > Λ 2, (P λ ) has a compact support solution u λ W 1,r 0 (Ω) C1,α( Ω ), α > 0 which is increasing with respect to λ. For λ < Λ 2, (P λ ) has no non trivial solution.
5 Preliminary results Non existence lemma: Lemma 3 For k (0,r), there exists λ > 0 such that (P λ ) has no nontrivial solution for λ < λ.
6 Preliminary results Construction of a supersolution for (P λ ): We consider the following problem: { r u = λk(x)u (Q λ ) p, u 0 in Ω, u = 0 on Ω. Lemma 4 If k ]0,1+p[, there exists a unique ū C 1,α( Ω) solution of (Q λ ) satisfying u ϕ 1 in Ω, for an α ]0,1[. If k = 1+p, there exists a unique u W 1,r 0 (Ω) C ( Ω ) ) 1 solution of (Q λ ) satisfying u ϕ 1 ln( A r k ϕ 1 in Ω, with A > 0 sufficiently large. If k ]1+p,r[, there exists a unique u W 1,r 0 (Ω) C ( Ω ) r k solution of (Q λ ) satisfying u ϕ r (1+p) 1 in Ω.
7 Proof of Theorem 1 The proof is based on a sub and supersolution method: By the previous lemma, u C 1,α( Ω ) is a supersolution of (P λ ), moreover u ϕ 1 in Ω. We prove that u = Mϕ 1 τ, with a τ > 1 is a subsolution of (P λ ) for M > 0 sufficientlly large. Problem: K(x)(λu p u q ) blows up when d(x) 0 and we can t directly apply a subsupersolution method on Ω. Idea: Apply a subsupersolution method at the interior of Ω.
8 Proof of Theorem 1 Because of that, let us itroduce (Ω k ) k N Ω an increasing sequence of regular subdomains of Ω such that: Ω k Ω, that is to say sup d(x,ω) 0. k + x Ω k k + d( Ω, Ω k ) > 1 k, for k sufficiently large. Then by increasing iterative schemes on the Ω k, we prove that (P λ ) as a minimal positive solution u W 1,r 0 (Ω) C( Ω ) satisfying u u u a.e. in Ω.
9 Proof of Theorem 2 Step 1: Existence of a non trivial solution of (P λ ) If we directly study the functionnal : I λ (v) = 1 v r dx+ 1 K(x) v q+1 dx λ r q +1 p +1 Ω Ω with v W 1,r 0 (Ω), we can t hope to obtain a bounded solution. Ω K(x) v p+1 dx, Idea: Use a Perron s method and define a new funtionnal cut from above.
10 Proof of Theorem 2 Let ϕ 0 D(Ω), ϕ 0 0 such that for λ > 0 sufficiently large, I λ (ϕ 0 ) > 0 in Ω. Let M > 0 such that Mu ϕ 0 in Ω, with u W 1,r 0 (Ω) C( Ω ) solution of (Q λ ). Then we can define: K(x)[λ(Mu) p (Mu) q ] if Mu u, f λ (x,u) = K(x)[λu p u q ] if 0 u Mu, 0 if u 0. and F λ (x,v) = v 0 f λ (x,u) du.
11 Proof of Theorem 2 Then we consider the functionnal E λ (v) = 1 v r dx r Ω Ω F λ (x,v)dx, v W 1,r 0 (Ω). The condition q > r(k 2)+1 r 1 implies that E λ is well difined on W 1,r 0 (Ω). By Hölder s and Hardy s inequality, we prove that E λ is bounded from below. We finaly prove that there exists u W 1,r 0 (Ω) such that E λ (u ) = min E λ (v) and 0 u Mu a.e. in Ω. v W 1,r 0 (Ω) Then, E λ (u ) E λ (ϕ 0 ) = I λ (ϕ 0 ) < 0 and by standard calculus of variation method, u is a nontrivial solution of (P λ ).
12 Proof of Theorem 2 Step 2: compact support of the solution u. We prove that there exists α > 1 and M > 0 such that u (x) Mϕ 1 (x) α a.e. for dist(x, Ω) sufficiently small. The reaction term λk(x)u p will not be large enough to involve the positivity of the solution near the boundary. See Alvarez, Díaz [2]. Since ε 0 F(s) 1 r ds < +, with F(s) = s 0 u q du, we can construct a supersolution w W 1,r (Ω) of (P λ ) with a compact support such that u w near the boundary. This argument also appears in Vásquez [3]. By a classic regularity result due to Lieberman [4], we finaly have u W 1,r 0 (Ω) C1,α( Ω ).
13 For the elliptc problem (when r = 2), extend the previous results by considering weight K(x) in the class of Kato functions i.e. m ( K(x) d(x, Ω) (log k n n=1 A d(x, Ω) )) µn, with 0 < k < 2 and n {1,...,m}, µ n R, or k = 2, µ 1 = µ 2 = = µ l 1 = 1 and n {l,,m}, µ n R. log n = log log log (n times) and A > 0 sufficiently large. This work is based on recent results due to Gontara, Mâagli, Masmoudi and Turki [5]. Study of the regularity of the solutions. Same approach for the parabolic problem related to (P λ ).
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