Seminar: On controllability of linear viscoelastic flows


Controllability is the ability to steer a system from a given initial state to a desired final state. In this talk, we consider linear viscoelastic flow in a bounded domain. The control is a body force acting in a subdomain. We consider Maxwell or Jeffreys models with several relaxation modes. Results on approximate null controllability of the stresses as well as the motion are established.

Date and Time : 02-02-2017 14:00

Venue : Seminar Hall, 219 @ CET

Speaker : Michael Renardy, Virginia Tech

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