A blowing-up branch of solutions for a mean field equation by Lucia M.

By Lucia M.

We ponder the equationIf Ω is of sophistication , we convey that this challenge has a non-trivial answer u λ for every λ ∊ (8π, λ*). the worth λ* relies on the area and is bounded from lower than through 2 j zero 2 π, the place j zero is the 1st 0 of the Bessel functionality of the 1st type of order 0 (λ*≥ 2 j zero 2 π > eight π). additionally, the kin of resolution u λ blows-up as λ → eight π.

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