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Stability of travelling fronts in a model for flame propagation. II: Nonlinear stability. (English) Zbl 0763.76034
In Fortsetzung der Arbeit mit dem gleichnamigen Titel [s. das vorstehende Referat] wird gezeigt, daß die laufenden Wellen nicht nur bei kleinen (linearen) Störungen, sondern auch bei großen (nichtlinearen) Störungen stabil sind. Stabilität heißt dabei, daß sich die gestörte und die ungestörte Lösungen während der Ausbreitung immer mehr nähern. Die entsprechenden sehr umfangreichen Beweise sind angegeben.
Reviewer: M.Heckl (Berlin)

76E99 Hydrodynamic stability
76E30 Nonlinear effects in hydrodynamic stability
76V05 Reaction effects in flows
80A25 Combustion
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