We prove global existence and uniqueness of smooth solutions to a nonlinear system of parabolic equations, which arises to describe the evolution of the chemical aggression due to the action of sulphur dioxide on calcium carbonate stones. This system is not strongly parabolic and only some energy estimates are available. Nevertheless, global (in time) results are proven using a weak continuation principle for the local solutions. (c) 2004 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

Global existence of solutions to a nonlinear model of sulphation phenomena in calcium carbonate stones

GUARGUAGLINI, FRANCESCA ROMANA;
2005

Abstract

We prove global existence and uniqueness of smooth solutions to a nonlinear system of parabolic equations, which arises to describe the evolution of the chemical aggression due to the action of sulphur dioxide on calcium carbonate stones. This system is not strongly parabolic and only some energy estimates are available. Nevertheless, global (in time) results are proven using a weak continuation principle for the local solutions. (c) 2004 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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