### Blow-up analysis for a semilinear parabolic equation with nonlinear memory and nonlocal nonlinear boundary condition.

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This paper deals with the blow-up properties of positive solutions to a localized singular parabolic equation with weighted nonlocal nonlinear boundary conditions. Under certain conditions, criteria of global existence and finite time blow-up are established. Furthermore, when q=1, the global blow-up behavior and the uniform blow-up profile of the blow-up solution are described; we find that the blow-up set is the whole domain [0,a], including the boundary, in contrast to the case of parabolic equations...

We prove the existence and uniqueness of a renormalized solution for a class of nonlinear parabolic equations with no growth assumption on the nonlinearities.

We study the problem ∂b(x,u)/∂t - div(a(x,t,u,Du)) + H(x,t,u,Du) = μ in Q = Ω×(0,T), ${b(x,u)|}_{t=0}=b(x,u\u2080)$ in Ω, u = 0 in ∂Ω × (0,T). The main contribution of our work is to prove the existence of a renormalized solution without the sign condition or the coercivity condition on H(x,t,u,Du). The critical growth condition on H is only with respect to Du and not with respect to u. The datum μ is assumed to be in $L\xb9\left(Q\right)+{L}^{{p}^{\text{'}}}(0,T;{W}^{-1,{p}^{\text{'}}}\left(\Omega \right))$ and b(x,u₀) ∈ L¹(Ω).

We prove the existence of a renormalized solution to a class of doubly nonlinear parabolic systems.

We study the existence of solutions of the nonlinear parabolic problem $\partial u/\partial t-div\left[\right|Du-\Theta \left(u\right){|}^{p-2}(Du-\Theta \left(u\right))]+\alpha \left(u\right)=f$ in ]0,T[ × Ω, $\left(\right|Du-\Theta \left(u\right){|}^{p-2}(Du-\Theta \left(u\right)))\xb7\eta +\gamma \left(u\right)=g$ on ]0,T[ × ∂Ω, u(0,·) = u₀ in Ω, with initial data in L¹. We use a time discretization of the continuous problem by the Euler forward scheme.

We investigate the existence of renormalized solutions for some nonlinear parabolic problems associated to equations of the form ⎧$\partial ({e}^{\beta u}-1)/\partial t-{div\left(\right|\nabla u|}^{p-2}\nabla u)+div(c(x,t){\left|u\right|}^{s-1}u)+b(x,t){\left|\nabla u\right|}^{r}=f$ in Q = Ω×(0,T), ⎨ u(x,t) = 0 on ∂Ω ×(0,T), ⎩ $({e}^{\beta u}-1)(x,0)=({e}^{\beta u\u2080}-1)\left(x\right)$ in Ω. with s = (N+2)/(N+p) (p-1), $c(x,t)\in {\left({L}^{\tau}\left(QT\right)\right)}^{N}$, τ = (N+p)/(p-1), r = (N(p-1) + p)/(N+2), $b(x,t)\in {L}^{N+2,1}\left(QT\right)$ and f ∈ L¹(Q).

A class of (1 + 1)-dimensional nonlinear boundary value problems (BVPs), modeling the process of melting and evaporation of solid materials, is studied by means of the classical Lie symmetry method. A new definition of invariance in Lie's sense for BVP is presented and applied to the class of BVPs in question.

De Pablo et al. [Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh Sect. A 138 (2008), 513-530] considered a nonlinear boundary value problem for a porous medium equation with a convection term, and they classified exponents of nonlinearities which lead either to the global-in-time existence of solutions or to a blow-up of solutions. In their analysis they left open the case of a certain critical range of exponents. The purpose of this note is to fill this gap.

This paper extends the volume filling chemotaxis model [18, 26] by taking into account the cell population interactions. The extended chemotaxis models have nonlinear diffusion and chemotactic sensitivity depending on cell population density, which is a modification of the classical Keller-Segel model in which the diffusion and chemotactic sensitivity are constants (linear). The existence and boundedness of global solutions of these models are discussed and...

In this paper, several oscillation criteria are established for some nonlinear impulsive functional parabolic equations with several delays subject to boundary conditions. We shall mainly use the divergence theorem and some corresponding impulsive delayed differential inequalities.

We study order-adaptive implementations of Hermite methods for hyperbolic and singularly perturbed parabolic initial value problems. Exploiting the facts that Hermite methods allow the degree of the local polynomial representation to vary arbitrarily from cell to cell and that, for hyperbolic problems, each cell can be evolved independently over a time-step determined only by the cell size, a relatively straightforward method is proposed. Its utility is demonstrated on a number of model problems...

In this paper, we study a postprocessing procedure for improving accuracy of the finite volume element approximations of semilinear parabolic problems. The procedure amounts to solve a source problem on a coarser grid and then solve a linear elliptic problem on a finer grid after the time evolution is finished. We derive error estimates in the L2 and H1 norms for the standard finite volume element scheme and an improved error estimate in the H1 norm. Numerical results demonstrate the accuracy...

This paper deals with the differential transform method for solving of an initial value problem for a system of two nonlinear functional partial differential equations of parabolic type. We consider non-delayed as well as delayed types of coupling and the different variety of initial functions are thought over. The convergence of solutions and the error estimation to the presented procedure is studied. Two numerical examples for non-delayed and delayed systems are included.