The dynamical Lame system: regularity of solutions, boundary controllability and boundary data continuation

M. I. Belishev; I. Lasiecka

ESAIM: Control, Optimisation and Calculus of Variations (2010)

  • Volume: 8, page 143-167
  • ISSN: 1292-8119

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The boundary control problem for the dynamical Lame system (isotropic elasticity model) is considered. The continuity of the “input → state" map in L2-norms is established. A structure of the reachable sets for arbitrary T>0 is studied. In general case, only the first component u ( · , T ) of the complete state { u ( · , T ) , u t ( · , T ) } may be controlled, an approximate controllability occurring in the subdomain filled with the shear (slow) waves. The controllability results are applied to the problem of the boundary data continuation. If T0 exceeds the time needed for shear waves to fill the entire domain, then the response operator (“input → output" map) R 2 T 0 uniquely determines RT for any T>0. A procedure recovering R∞via R 2 T 0 is also described.

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Belishev, M. I., and Lasiecka, I.. "The dynamical Lame system: regularity of solutions, boundary controllability and boundary data continuation." ESAIM: Control, Optimisation and Calculus of Variations 8 (2010): 143-167. <http://eudml.org/doc/90643>.

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author = {Belishev, M. I., Lasiecka, I.},
journal = {ESAIM: Control, Optimisation and Calculus of Variations},
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AB - The boundary control problem for the dynamical Lame system (isotropic elasticity model) is considered. The continuity of the “input → state" map in L2-norms is established. A structure of the reachable sets for arbitrary T>0 is studied. In general case, only the first component $u(\cdot ,T)$ of the complete state $\{ u(\cdot ,T),u_t(\cdot ,T)\}$ may be controlled, an approximate controllability occurring in the subdomain filled with the shear (slow) waves. The controllability results are applied to the problem of the boundary data continuation. If T0 exceeds the time needed for shear waves to fill the entire domain, then the response operator (“input → output" map) $R^{2T_0}$ uniquely determines RT for any T>0. A procedure recovering R∞via$R^{2T_0}$ is also described.
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