Optimal solutions for a free boundary problem for crystal growth
Neittaanmäki P., Seidman T. (1989). Optimal solutions for a free boundary problem for crystal growth. In F. Kappel, K. Kunich & W. Schappacher (Eds) Control and Estimation of Distributed Parameter System, pp. 323-334.
We consider a free boundary problem modeling the growth / dissolution of a crystal in a radially symmetric setting. Existence of an optimal boundary control, minimizing a cost functional of a standard "integral-quadratic" form, is already known and we here consider the characterization and computation of such an optimal control.
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