# SOLVABILITY OF HOMOGENIZED PROBLEMS WITH CONVOLUTIONS FOR WEAKLY POROUS MEDIA

### Abstract

Initial boundary value problems for nonstationary equations of diffusion and filtration in weakly porous media are considered. Assertions about the solvability of such problems and the corresponding homogenized problems with convolutions are given. These statements are proved for general initial data and inhomogeneous initial conditions and are generalizations of classical results on the solvability of initial-boundary value problems for the heat equation. The proofs use the methods of a priori estimates and the well-known Agranovich–Vishik method, developed to study parabolic problems of general type.

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