Dynamical Systems for Non-Isothermal Phase Separation
A non-isothermal model for phase separation in a binary mixture is considered. In this paper we try the subdifferential approach to the model, based on the recent development of nonlinear operator -△α defined on the dual space the Sobolev space H 1(Ω).
KeywordsPhase Field Model Homogeneous Neumann Boundary Condition Phase Transition Model Phase Separation Model Maximal Monotone Graph
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