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AuthorJikov, V. V. author
TitleHomogenization of Differential Operators and Integral Functionals [electronic resource] / by V. V. Jikov, S. M. Kozlov, O. A. Oleinik
ImprintBerlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1994
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Descript XI, 570 p. online resource


It was mainly during the last two decades that the theory of homogenization or averaging of partial differential equations took shape as a distinct matheยญ matical discipline. This theory has a lot of important applications in mechanics of composite and perforated materials, filtration, disperse media, and in many other branches of physics, mechanics and modern technology. There is a vast literature on the subject. The term averaging has been usually associated with the methods of nonยญ linear mechanics and ordinary differential equations developed in the works of Poincare, Van Der Pol, Krylov, Bogoliubov, etc. For a long time, after the works of Maxwell and Rayleigh, homogenizaยญ tion problems forยท partial differential equations were being mostly considered by specialists in physics and mechanics, and were staying beyond the scope of mathematicians. A great deal of attention was given to the so called disperse media, which, in the simplest case, are two-phase media formed by the main homogeneous material containing small foreign particles (grains, inclusions). Such two-phase bodies, whose size is considerably larger than that of each sepยญ arate inclusion, have been discovered to possess stable physical properties (such as heat transfer, electric conductivity, etc.) which differ from those of the conยญ stituent phases. For this reason, the word homogenized, or effective, is used in relation to these characteristics. An enormous number of results, approximation formulas, and estimates have been obtained in connection with such problems as electromagnetic wave scattering on small particles, effective heat transfer in two-phase media, etc


1 Homogenization of Second Order Elliptic Operators with Periodic Coefficients -- 2 An Introduction to the Problems of Diffusion -- 3 Elementary Soft and Stiff Problems -- 4 Homogenization of Maxwell Equations -- 5 G-Convergence of Differential Operators -- 6 Estimates for the Homogenized Matrix -- 7 Homogenization of Elliptic Operators with Random Coefficients -- 8 Homogenization in Perforated Random Domains -- 9 Homogenization and Percolation -- 10 Some Asymptotic Problems for a Non-Divergent Parabolic Equation with Random Stationary Coefficients -- 11 Spectral Problems in Homogenization Theory -- 12 Homogenization in Linear Elasticity -- 13 Estimates for the Homogenized Elasticity Tensor -- 14 Elements of the Duality Theory -- 15 Homogenization of Nonlinear Variational Problems -- 16 Passing to the Limit in Nonlinear Variational Problems -- 17 Basic Properties of Abstract ?-Convergence -- 18 Limit Load -- Appendix A. Proof of the Nash-Aronson Estimate -- Appendix C. A Property of Bounded Lipschitz Domains -- References

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