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Minimal surfaces of codimension one

by Umberto Massari

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Published by North-Holland, Sole distributors for the U.S.A. and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, New York, New York, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Minimal surfaces.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementUmberto Massari and Mario Miranda.
    SeriesNorth-Holland mathematics studies ;, 91, Notas de matemática ;, 95, Notas de matemática (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) ;, no. 95.
    ContributionsMiranda, Mario, 1937-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA1 .N86 no. 95, QA644 .N86 no. 95
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 242 p. ;
    Number of Pages242
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2839702M
    ISBN 100444868739
    LC Control Number84001520

    Thus, our theory subsumes the well-known regularity theory for codimension 1 area minimizing rectifiable currents and settles the long standing question as to which weakest size hypothesis on the singular set of a stable minimal hypersurface guarantees the validity of the above regularity by: Ultimately I'm interested in the case where the $\Sigma_\lambda$ are all minimal (more generally, extremal) surfaces. Issue: I have been able to obtain such an equation, which I'm pretty sure is correct (see Method 1 below).

      Complex Analysis meets Minimal Surfaces. For the Love of Physics - Walter Lewin - - Duration: Lectures by Walter Lewin.   The problem of finding minimal surfaces, i. e. of finding the surface of least area among those bounded by a given curve, was one of the first considered after the foundation of the calculus of variations, and is one which received a satis factory solution only in recent : Enrico Giusti.

    One analytic solution is Enneper’s Surface, given parametricallyfor u;v 2R by 0 B B B B @ x y z 1 C C C C A = 0 B B B B @ u2 v2 u 1 3 u 3 + uv2 v 1 3 v 3 + vu2 1 C C C C A. 6. Enneper’s Surface. 7. Rotational, Re The only minimal surfaces that are rotationally symmetric are the plane and the catenoid. The catenoid is the surface. Destination page number Search scope Search Text Search scope Search Text.


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Search in this book series. Minimal Surfaces of Codimension One. Edited by Umberto Massari, Mario Miranda. Vol Pages iii-xiii, () Download full volume.

Previous volume. Chapter Three The Dirichlet Problem for the Minimal Surface Equation Pages Download PDF. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Introduction. Differential Properties of Surfaces.

Buy Minimal Surfaces of Codimension One on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Minimal Surfaces of Codimension One: Massari, Umberto: : Books Cited by:   This book gives a unified presentation of different mathematical tools used to solve classical problems like Plateau's problem, Bernstein's problem, Dirichlet's problem for the Minimal Surface Equation and the Capillary problem.

The fundamental idea is a quite elementary geometrical definition of codimension one Edition: 1. Get this from a library. Minimal surfaces of codimension one. -- This book gives a unified presentation of different mathematical tools used to solve classical problems like Plateau's problem, Bernstein's problem, Dirichlet's problem for the Minimal Surface.

This book gives a unified presentation of different mathematical tools used to solve classical problems like Plateau's problem, Bernstein's problem, Dirichlet's problem for the Minimal Surface Equation and the Capillary problem.

The fundamental idea is a quite elementary geometrical definition of. Umberto Massari is the author of Minimal Surfaces of Codimension One. North-Holland Mathematics Studies, Volume ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews. Publisher Summary.

This chapter presents examples of exceptional minimal sets. A codimension one foliation is transversely-PL k + (IR) if all holonomy transitions are restrictions of elements of PL k + (IR) A codimension one foliation is without one-sided holonomy if for every loop in a leaf, the associated holonomy germ is either trivial or nontrivial on both sides.

The problem of finding minimal surfaces, i. of finding the surface of least area among those bounded by a given curve, was one of the first considered after the foundation of the calculus of variations, and is one which received a satis­ factory solution only in recent years.

let alone surfaces of higher dimension and codimension. It Cited by: Minimal surfaces can be defined in several equivalent ways in R fact that they are equivalent serves to demonstrate how minimal surface theory lies at the crossroads of several mathematical disciplines, especially differential geometry, calculus of variations, potential theory, complex analysis and mathematical physics.

Local least area definition: A surface M ⊂ R 3 is minimal if and. The problem of finding minimal surfaces, i. of finding the surface of least area among those bounded by a given curve, was one of the first considered after the foundation of the calculus of variations, and is one which received a satis­ factory solution only in recent years.

let alone surfaces of higher dimension and codimension. It Price Range: $ - $ The problem of finding minimal surfaces, i. of finding the surface of least area among those bounded by a given curve, was one of the first considered after the foundation of the calculus of variations, and is one which received a satis­ factory solution only in recent years.

Called the problem. surface surrounded by a boundary is minimal if it is an area minimizer, the study of minimal surface has arised many interesting applications in other fields in science, such as soap films. In this book, we have included the lecture notes of a seminar course about minimal surfaces between September and December, The courseFile Size: KB.

The principal value of the monograph under review lies in the fact that it gives a condensed but complete treatment of many important results about minimal (and more general) surfaces of codimension one and contains many of the authors' original : Massari U.

and Miranda M. It follows from the papers [26], [25], [16] that all p-dimensional tubular minimal surfaces of arbitrary codimension and p ≥ 3 are bounded in the e-direction, i.e. they can not be tubular in the.

Classification of minimal Lorentz surfaces in indefinite space forms with arbitrary codimension and arbitrary index Article (PDF Available) in Publicationes mathematicae 78(2) June Author: Bang-Yen Chen. Williams, G. (b): Global regularity for solutions of the minimal surface equation with continuous boundary values.

Ann. Inst. Poincaré, Anal. Non-linéaire 3, Cited by:   In this chapter we mainly deal with minimal surfaces in ℝ 3: The principal topic is to generalize the outstanding theorem of Bernstein along the direction of the value distribution of the image under the Gauss main theorems are in the third section.

The problem has been beautifully solved through the successive efforts by R. Osserman, F. Xavier and H. Fujimoto in more than 20 years. The classical theory of minimal surfaces William H. Meeks III Joaqu n P erez y minimal planar domain in R3 is a plane, a helicoid, a catenoid or one of the Riemann minimal examples3.

In particular, for every such surface there exists a foliation of and especially see Nitsche’s book [] for a fascinating account of the history and. Minimal surfaces are characterized among isothermic surfaces by the property that they are dual to their Gauss map.

The duality transformation and the characterization of minimal surfaces carries over to the discrete domain. Thus, one arrives at the notion of discrete minimal S-isothermic surfaces,ordiscrete minimal surfaces for short.

CHAPTER 3: MINIMAL SURFACES 3 Iffisconstanttofirstorder(i.e. iff x;f y˘)thenthisequationapproximatesf xx+f yy= 0; i.e. f = 0, the Dirichlet equation, whose solutions are harmonic functions. Thus, the minimal surface equation is a nonlinear generalization of the File Size: 1MB.

In these examples, the manifold M is usually two dimensional, and the sought-after minimal surface is one dimensional (closed geodesic), but the methods work as well in any dimension and codimension.

(1) We begin by describing a simple procedure for finding a Pages: reference and insight. One purpose of this paper is to develop a simple but fruitful procedure for constructing such examples for the study of minimal surfaces in spheres.

The procedure is of particular interest because it shows that even the simplest class of objects, minimal surfaces in the euclidean 3-sphere, is richly Size: 2MB.