Minimal Surfaces (Grundlehren der mathematischen Wissenschaften)

Minimal Surfaces (Grundlehren der mathematischen Wissenschaften)

Minimal Surfaces (Grundlehren der mathematischen Wissenschaften)Friedrich Sauvigny, Stefan Hildebr, T, Ulrich Dierkes | Springer | 3133-33-31 | 919 pages | English | PDFMinimal Surfaces is the first volume of a three volume treatise on minimal surfaces (Grundlehren Nr. 339-363). Each volume can be read and studied independently of the others. The central theme is boundary value problems for minimal surfaces. The treatise is a substantially revised and extended version of the monograph Minimal Surfaces I, II (Grundlehren Nr. 396 & 396). The first volume begins with an exposition of basic ideas of the theory of surfaces in three-dimensional Euclidean space, followed by an introduction of minimal surfaces as stationary points of area, or equivalently, as surfaces of zero mean curvature. The final definition of a minimal surface is that of a nonconstant harmonic mapping X: \Omega\to\R^3 which is conformally parametrized on \Omega\subset\R^3 and may have branch points. Thereafter the classical theory of minimal surfaces is surveyed, comprising many examples, a treatment of Bjorling?s initial value problem, reflection principles, a formula of the second variation of area, the theorems of Bernstein, Heinz, Osserman, and Fujimoto. The second part of this volume begins with a survey of Plateau?s problem and of some of its modifications. One of the main features is a new, completely elementary proof of the fact that area A and Dirichlet integral D have the same infimum in the class C(G) of admissible surfaces spanning a prescribed contour G. This leads to a new, simplified solution of the simultaneous problem of minimizing A and D in C(G), as well as to new proofs of the mapping theorems of Riemann and Korn-Lichtenstein, and to a new solution of the simultaneous Douglas problem for A and D where G consists of several closed components. Then basic facts of stable minimal surfaces are derived; this is done in the context of stable H-surfaces (i.e. of stable surfaces of prescribed mean curvature H), especially of cmc-surfaces (H = const), and leads to curvature estimates for stable, immersed cmc-surfaces and to Nitsche?s uniqueness theorem and Tomi?s finiteness result. In addition, a theory of unstable solutions of Plateau?s problems is developed which is based on Courant?s mountain pass lemma. Furthermore, Dirichlet?s problem for nonparametric H-surfaces is solved, using the solution of Plateau?s problem for H-surfaces and the pertinent estimates.Downloadhttp://www.filesonic.com/file/3669939693/sharebookfree.com_3693693663.rar**** No Mirrors below, please! Follow Rules! ****

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