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The 39 papers during this assortment are dedicated generally to the precise mathematical research of difficulties in continuum mechanics, but in addition to difficulties of a merely mathematical nature regularly attached to partial differential equations from continuum physics. the entire papers are devoted to J. Serrin and have been initially released within the "Archive of Rational Mechanics and Analysis".

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Y. -M. 1) is not realized. This is essentially a special case of the following result, which is not restricted to radial functions. 12. 13) for all R > Ro. 2R;;>;[x[;;>;4R If Q Q(x) 0 such that > MaxQ(x) - ix[;;>;R =1= constant, then the number M sup JQ(x) lul p +1 dx [u[Ht(Rn) =1 Rn is not attained. 14. 13) may be replaced by the following slightly more general one: There are two sequences Rk t

1) is not realized. This is essentially a special case of the following result, which is not restricted to radial functions. 12. 13) for all R > Ro. 2R;;>;[x[;;>;4R If Q Q(x) 0 such that > MaxQ(x) - ix[;;>;R =1= constant, then the number M sup JQ(x) lul p +1 dx [u[Ht(Rn) =1 Rn is not attained. 14. 13) may be replaced by the following slightly more general one: There are two sequences Rk t

8). 3. 2 is somewhat "rigid"; we shall extend it in this subsection. -Y. -M. 25. 16) hold. 23. 1) has a positive solution in E. Proof. The basic idea is to compare functionals J(u) (defined in § 2) and where FI(x, u) Note that the induced norm = r flex, s) ds. 28). Choose e > 0 in E1. (as in § 2) so that J(te) < 0 and JI(te) < 0 for all t> I. 7) (although r k and r are changed, and we shall denote also the new ones by r k and T). 14. Let (3 = yEr infmax JI(u). 29) It is clear that J(u) < J 1 (u) for all u E E; thus 1X < {3.

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