We investigate the qualitative behavior of solutions to the initial-boundary value problem on the half-line for a nonlinear system of parabolic equations, which arises to describe the evolution of the chemical reaction of sulphur dioxide with the surface of calcium carbonate stones. We show that, both in the fast reaction limit and for large times, the solutions of this problem are well described in terms of the solutions to a suitable one phase Stefan problem on the same domain.

Fast reaction limit and asymptotic behaviour of solutions to a nonlinear model of sulphation phenomena

GUARGUAGLINI, FRANCESCA ROMANA;
2007

Abstract

We investigate the qualitative behavior of solutions to the initial-boundary value problem on the half-line for a nonlinear system of parabolic equations, which arises to describe the evolution of the chemical reaction of sulphur dioxide with the surface of calcium carbonate stones. We show that, both in the fast reaction limit and for large times, the solutions of this problem are well described in terms of the solutions to a suitable one phase Stefan problem on the same domain.
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