We study a volume/area preserving curvature flow of hypersurfaces that are convex by horospheres in the hyperbolic space, with velocity given by a generic positive, increasing function of the mean curvature, not necessarily homogeneous. For this class of speeds we prove the exponential convergence to a geodesic sphere. The proof is inspired by [9] and is based on the preserving of the convexity by horospheres that allows to bound the inner and outer radii and to give uniform bounds on the curvature by maximum principle arguments. In order to deduce the exponential trend, we study the behaviour of a suitable ratio associated to the hypersurface that converges exponentially in time to the value associated to a geodesic sphere.

Volume preserving non-homogeneous mean curvature flow in hyperbolic space

Pipoli G.
2017-01-01

Abstract

We study a volume/area preserving curvature flow of hypersurfaces that are convex by horospheres in the hyperbolic space, with velocity given by a generic positive, increasing function of the mean curvature, not necessarily homogeneous. For this class of speeds we prove the exponential convergence to a geodesic sphere. The proof is inspired by [9] and is based on the preserving of the convexity by horospheres that allows to bound the inner and outer radii and to give uniform bounds on the curvature by maximum principle arguments. In order to deduce the exponential trend, we study the behaviour of a suitable ratio associated to the hypersurface that converges exponentially in time to the value associated to a geodesic sphere.
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