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We consider steady states with mass constraint of the fourth-order thin-film equation with van der Waals force in a bounded domain which leads to a singular elliptic equation for the thickness with an unknown pressure term. By studying second-order nonlinear ordinary differential equation,
we prove the existence of infinitely many radially symmetric solutions. Also, we perform rigorous asymptotic analysis to identify the blow-up limit when the steady state is close to a constant solution and the blow-down limit when the maximum of the steady state goes to the infinity.
In this paper we deal with a singular elliptic problem involving an asymptotically linear nonlinearity and depending on two positive parameters. We investigate the existence, uniqueness and non-existence of the minima of the functional associated with the problem and, by employing a natural and very general definition of a weak solution, we also obtain a bifurcation-type result.
Let Ω ⊂ ℝN be a bounded domain such that 0 ∈ Ω, N ≥ 3, 2*(s) = 2(N − s)/(N − 2), 0 ≤ s < 2, . We obtain the existence of infinitely many solutions for the singular critical problem with Dirichlet boundary condition for suitable positive number λ.
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