Direct and inverse source problems of a fractional diffusion equation with regularized Caputo-like counterpart hyper-Bessel operator are considered. Solutions to these problems are constructed based on appropriate eigenfunction expansion and results on existence and uniqueness are established. To solve the resultant equations, a solution to a non-homogeneous fractional differential equation with regularized Caputo-like counterpart hyper-Bessel operator is also presented.

We consider an equationHere α, β, γ are constants, moreover 0 < 2α, 2β, 2γ < 1. Main result of this paper is a construction of eight fundamental solutions for above-given equation in an explicit form. They are expressed by Lauricella's hypergeometric functions of three variables. Using expansion of Lauricella's hypergeometric function by products of Gauss's hypergeometric functions, it is proved that the found solutions have a singularity of the order 1/r at r → 0. Furthermore, some properties of these solutions, which will be used at solving boundary-value problems for afore-mentioned equation are shown.

In the present paper, we discuss solvability questions of a non-local problem with integral form transmitting conditions for diffusion-wave equation with the Caputo fractional derivative in a domain bounded by smooth curves. The uniqueness of the solution of the formulated problem we prove using energy integral method with some modifications. The existence of solution will be proved by equivalent reduction of the studied problem into a system of second kind Fredholm integral equations.

In this work, we investigate a linear differential equation involving Caputo-Fabrizio fractional derivative of order 1 < β ≤ 2. Under some assumptions the considered equation is reduced to an integer order differential equation and solutions for different cases are obtained in explicit forms. We also prove a uniqueness of a solution of an initial value problem with a nonlinear differential equation containing the Caputo-Fabrizio derivative. Application of our result to the massspring-damper motion is also presented.

In the present work, we consider a boundary value problem with gluing conditions of an integral form for the parabolic-hyperbolic type equation. We prove that the considered problem has the Volterra property. The main tools used in the work are related to the method of the integral equations and functional analysis.

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