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On multi-species diffusion with size exclusion

  title={On multi-species diffusion with size exclusion},
  author={Katharina Hopf and Martin Burger},
Abstract. We revisit a classical continuum model for the diffusion of multiple species with size-exclusion constraint, which leads to a degenerate nonlinear cross-diffusion system. The purpose of this article is twofold: first, it aims at a systematic study of the question of existence of weak solutions and their long-time asymptotic behaviour. Second, it provides a weak-strong stability estimate for a wide range of coefficients, which had been missing so far. In order to achieve the results… 


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