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The existence of multiple solutions for a Ginzburg-Landau type model of superconductivity. (English) Zbl 0880.34023

The authors study a system of two second-order differential equations with cubic nonlinearities which model a film of superconductor material subjected to a tangential magnetic field. It is shown that for an appropriate range of parameter values the relevant boundary value problem has at least two symmetric solutions. It is also proved that a second range of parameters exists for which there are three symmetric solutions.

MSC:

34B15 Nonlinear boundary value problems for ordinary differential equations
78A99 General topics in optics and electromagnetic theory
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