Exponential decay for a von Kármán equations with memory

Kang, Jum-Ran
March 2013
Journal of Mathematical Physics;Mar2013, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p033501
Academic Journal
In this paper, we consider a von Kármán equations with memory term. We show an exponential decay result of solutions under weaker assumption than the ones frequently used in the literature. In particular, the kernel we are considering is not necessarily exponentially decaying to zero as was assumed before.


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