We study the large-time behavior of (weak) solutions to a two-scale reaction-diffusion system coupled with a nonlinear ordinary differential equations modeling the partly dissipative corrosion of concrete (/cement)-based materials with sulfates.
We prove that as t ¿ 8 the solution to the original two-scale system converges to the corresponding two-scale stationary system. To obtain the main result we make use essentially of the theory of evolution equations governed by subdifferential operators of time-dependent convex functions developed combined with a series of two-scale energy-like time-independent estimates.

Name | CASA-report |
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Volume | 1314 |
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ISSN (Print) | 0926-4507 |
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