Renata Bunoiu

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Mathematics - Analysis of PDEs (3)
 
Mathematics - Mathematical Physics (3)
 
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Mathematics - Classical Analysis and ODEs (1)

Publications Authored By Renata Bunoiu

By using the unfolding operators for periodic homogenization, we give a general compactness result for a class of functions defined on bounded domains presenting perforations of two different size. Then we apply this result to the homogenization of the flow of a Bingham fluid in a porous medium with solid obstacles of different size. Next we give the interpretation of the limit problem in term of a non linear Darcy law. Read More

We consider a magnetic Schroedinger operator in a planar infinite strip with frequently and non-periodically alternating Dirichlet and Robin boundary conditions. Assuming that the homogenized boundary condition is the Dirichlet or the Robin one, we establish the uniform resolvent convergence in various operator norms and we prove the estimates for the rates of convergence. It is shown that these estimates can be improved by using special boundary correctors. Read More

We consider a waveguide modeled by the Laplacian in a straight planar strip. The Dirichlet boundary condition is taken on the upper boundary, while on the lower boundary we impose periodically alternating Dirichlet and Neumann condition assuming the period of alternation to be small. We study the case when the homogenization gives the Neumann condition instead of the alternating ones. Read More

We prove a uniqueness result for Nevanlinna functions. and this result is then used to give an elementary proof of the uniqueness in the inverse scattering problem for the equation $ u" + \frac{k^2}{c^2}u=0 $ on $\mathbb R$. Here $c$ is a real positive measurable function that is bounded from below by a positive constant, and is close to $1$ at $\pm \infty$. Read More