We consider an infinite system of quasilinear first-order partial differential equations, generalized to contain spacial integration, which describes an incompressible fluid mixture of infinite components in a line segment whose motion is driven by unbounded and space-time dependent evaporation rates. We prove unique existence of the solution to the initial-boundary value problem, with conservation-of-fluid condition at the boundary. The proof uses a map on the space of collection of characteristics, and a representation based on a non-Markovian point process with last-arrival-time dependent intensity.
- Characteristic curves
- Non-Markov point process
- Partial differential integral equations
- Quasilinear first-order infinite system
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Algebra and Number Theory
- Geometry and Topology