# A transmission problem for beams on nonlinear supports

@article{Ma2006ATP, title={A transmission problem for beams on nonlinear supports}, author={To Fu Ma and Higidio Portillo Oquendo}, journal={Boundary Value Problems}, year={2006}, volume={2006}, pages={1-14} }

A transmission problem involving two Euler-Bernoulli equations modeling the vibrations of a composite beam is studied. Assuming that the beam is clamped at one extremity, and resting on an elastic bearing at the other extremity, the existence of a unique global solution and decay rates of the energy are obtained by adding just one damping device at the end containing the bearing mechanism.

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