In this paper we study the long time dynamics of the solutions to an initial-boundary value problem for a scalar conservation law with a saturating nonlinear diffusion. After discussing the existence of a unique stationary solution and its asymptotic stability, we focus our attention on the phenomenon of metastability, whereby the time-dependent solution develops into a layered function in a relatively short time and subsequently approaches a steady state in a very long time interval. Numerical simulations illustrate the results.

Stability properties and dynamics of solutions to viscous conservation laws with mean curvature operator

Marta Strani
2019

Abstract

In this paper we study the long time dynamics of the solutions to an initial-boundary value problem for a scalar conservation law with a saturating nonlinear diffusion. After discussing the existence of a unique stationary solution and its asymptotic stability, we focus our attention on the phenomenon of metastability, whereby the time-dependent solution develops into a layered function in a relatively short time and subsequently approaches a steady state in a very long time interval. Numerical simulations illustrate the results.
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