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In this paper we consider a semilinear elliptic equation with a strong singularity at $u=0$, namely \displaystyle u\geq 0 & \mbox{in } \Omega, \displaystyle - div \,A(x) D u = F(x,u)& \mbox{in} \; \Omega, u = 0 & \mbox{on} \; \partial \Omega, with $F(x,s)$ a Carath\'eodory function such that $$ 0\leq F(x,s)\leq \frac{h(x)}{\Gamma(s)}\,\,\mbox{ a.e. } x\in\Omega,\, \forall s>0, $$ with $h$ in some $L^r(\Omega)$ and $\Gamma$ a $C^1([0,+\infty[)$ function such that $\Gamma(0)=0$ and $\Gamma'(s)>0$ for every $s>0$. Read More

In this paper we consider the problem u in H^1_0 (Omega), - div (A(x) Du) = H(x, u, Du) + f(x) + a_0 (x) u in D'(Omega), where Omega is an open bounded set of R^N, N \geq 3, A(x) is a coercive matrix with coefficients in L^\infty(Omega), H(x, s, xi) is a Carath\'eodory function which satisfies for some gamma > 0 -c_0 A(x) xi xi \leq H(x, s, xi) sign (s) \leq gamma A(x) xi xi a.e. x in Omega, forall s in R, forall xi in R^N, f belongs to L^{N/2} (Omega), and a_0 \geq 0 to L^q (Omega ), q > N/2. Read More

In this paper we consider semilinear elliptic equations with singularities, whose prototype is the following \begin{equation*} \begin{cases} \displaystyle - div \,A(x) D u = f(x)g(u)+l(x)& \mbox{in} \; \Omega,\\ u = 0 & \mbox{on} \; \partial \Omega,\\ \end{cases} \end{equation*} where $\Omega$ is an open bounded set of $\mathbb{R}^N,\, N\geq 1$, $A\in L^\infty(\Omega)^{N\times N}$ is a coercive matrix, $g:[0,+\infty)\rightarrow [0,+\infty]$ is continuous, and $0\leq g(s)\leq {{1}\over{s^\gamma}}+1$ $\forall s>0$, with $0<\gamma\leq 1$ and $f,l \in L^r(\Omega)$, $r={{2N}\over{N+2}}$ if $N\geq 3$, $r>1$ if $N=2$, $r=1$ if $N=1$, $f(x), l(x)\geq 0$ a.e. $x \in \Omega$. Read More

We consider a sequence of linear hyper-elastic, inhomogeneous and fully anisotropic bodies in a reference configuration occupying a cylindrical region of height epsilon. We then study, by means of Gamma-convergence, the asymptotic behavior as epsilon goes to zero of the sequence of complementary energies. The limit functional is then identified as a dual problem for a two-dimensional plate. Read More

We study the asymptotic behavior of the solution of an anisotropic, heterogeneous, linearized elasticity problem in a cylinder whose diameter $\epsilon$ tends to zero. The cylinder is assumed to be fixed (homogeneous Dirichlet boundary condition) on the whole of one of its extremities, but only on a small part (of size $\epsilon r^\epsilon$) of the second one; the Neumann boundary condition is assumed on the remainder of the boundary. We show that the result depends on $r^\epsilon$, and that there are 3 critical sizes, namely $r^\epsilon=\epsilon^3$, $r^\epsilon=\epsilon$, and $r^\epsilon=\epsilon^{1/3}$, and in total 7 different regimes. Read More

We consider the linearized elasticity system in a multidomain of the three dimensional space. This multidomain is the union of a horizontal plate, with fixed cross section and small thickness "h", and of a vertical beam with fixed height and small cross section of radius "r". The lateral boundary of the plate and the top of the beam are assumed to be clamped. Read More

We consider a sequence of Dirichlet problems in varying domains (or, more generally, of relaxed Dirichlet problems involving measures in M_0) for second order linear elliptic operators in divergence form with varying matrices of coefficients. When the matrices H-converge to a matrix A^0, we prove that there exist a subsequence and a measure mu^0 in M_0 such that the limit problem is the relaxed Dirichlet problem corresponding to A^0 and mu^0. We also prove a corrector result which provides an explicit approximation of the solutions in the H^1-norm, and which is obtained by multiplying the corrector for the H-converging matrices by some special test function which depends both on the varying matrices and on the varying domains. Read More