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This quantity provides advancements and advances in modelling passive and lively keep an eye on structures ruled through partial differential equations. It emphasizes form research, optimum form layout, controllability, nonlinear boundary regulate, and stabilization. The authors comprise crucial facts on precise boundary controllability of thermoelastic plates with variable transmission coefficients.

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2] Berger, Marcel and Gostiaux, Bernard . Differential geometry: manifolds, curves, and surfaces. Graduate Texts in Mathematics, 115. Springer-Verlag, 1988. [3] S. -P. Zolesio. Shape derivative of sharp functional governed by Navier-stokes flow. In O. John K. Najzar W. Jager, J. Necas and J. Stara, editors, Partial differential equations, Theory and numerical simulation, CRC Research Notes in Mathematics, pages 49-63. Chapman & Hall, 2000. [4] M. -P. Zolesio. Computation of shape gradients for mixed finite element formulation.

5] L. C. Evans and R. F. Gariepy. Measure Theory and Fine Properties of Functions. Studies in Advanced Mathematics, 1992. [6] C. Foias and R. Temam. Structure of the set of stationary solutions of the Navierstokes equations. Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics, XXX: 149164, 1977. [7] V. -A. Raviart. Finite Element Methods for Navier-Stokes Equations, volume 5 of Springer Series in Computational Mathematics. Springer-Verlag, 1986. [8] J. Necas. Les methodes directes en theorie des equations elliptiques.

The following identity holds on fi e(0) = [E,V(0)} Proof. We have Es(0) — EQ on ns hence Es(0) oTs = EQ o Ts on 0. V(0) = [E0, F(0)]. 10. T/te following identity holds on fi h(0) = [H0,V(0)] Proof. 9. 11. 9) We refer to [5] for the well-posedness of that system. Therefore e and h are unique. 12. H Proof. E weakly in ff (curl, 0). H. 13. 7). 14. The shape derivative of E and H exist on Q and E1 = e + [V(Q),E] H' = h + [V(0),H] where [•, •] denotes the Lie brackets. Proof. We consider an extension of E and H from H m (fi) to Hm(D), those extensions will be denoted E and H, as well.

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