Asymptotic analysis of a boundary-value problem with nonlinear multiphase interactions in a perforated domain
We consider a boundary-value problem for the second-order elliptic differential operator with rapidly oscillating coefficients in a domain Oe that is e-periodically perforated by small holes. The holes are split into two e-periodic sets depending on the boundary interaction via their boundary surfaces. Therefore, two different nonlinear boundary conditions se(ue) + ekm(ue) = ege(m), m = 1, 2, are given on the corresponding boundaries of the small holes. The asymptotic analysis of this problem is performed as e RT 0, namely, the convergence theorem for both the solution and the energy integral is proved without using an extension operator, asymptotic approximations for the solution and the energy integral are constructed, and the corresponding approximation error estimates are obtained.