by A.K. Giri, J. Kumar, G. Warnecke.
Series: 2009-33, Preprints
We present a proof of the existence of solutions to the continuous coagulation equation with multiple fragmentation whenever ther kernels satisfy certain growth conditions. The proof relies on weak L^1 compactness methods applied to suitably chosen approximating equations. The question of uniqueness is also considered. The result is an extension of previous result of Lamb  that covers somer kernels modeling particles in flows that were not included in the previous results.
Particles; Coagulation, Multiple Fragmentation; Existence; Uniqueness