In this paper, the behavior of the energy integral of the solution of a non-ideal transmission problem is investigated. Such problem appears in the study of the effective thermal conductivity of a two-phase composite with thermal resistance at the interface. The composite is obtained by introducing into an infinite homogeneous matrix a periodic set of inclusions of a different material, each of them of size proportional to a positive parameter $epsilon$. Under suitable assumptions, we show that the energy integral of the solution can be continued real analytically in the parameter $epsilon$ around the degenerate value $epsilon=0$, in correspondence of which the inclusions collapse to points.

Energy integral of the solution of a non-ideal transmission problem in a singularly perturbed periodic domain

Musolino P.
2014

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In this paper, the behavior of the energy integral of the solution of a non-ideal transmission problem is investigated. Such problem appears in the study of the effective thermal conductivity of a two-phase composite with thermal resistance at the interface. The composite is obtained by introducing into an infinite homogeneous matrix a periodic set of inclusions of a different material, each of them of size proportional to a positive parameter $epsilon$. Under suitable assumptions, we show that the energy integral of the solution can be continued real analytically in the parameter $epsilon$ around the degenerate value $epsilon=0$, in correspondence of which the inclusions collapse to points.
Complex Analysis and Potential Theory with applications, Proceedings of the 9th ISAAC Congress
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