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On stability analysis study and strategies for optimal control of a mathematical model of hepatitis HCV with the latent state

In this work, we analyze a viral hepatitis C model.  This epidemic remains a major problem for global public health, in all communities, despite the efforts made.  The model is analyzed using the stability theory of systems of nonlinear differential equations.  Based on the results of the analysis, the proposed model has two equilibrium points: a disease-free equilibrium point $E_0$ and an endemic equilibrium point $E^{*}$.  We investigate the existence of equilibrium point of the model.  Furthermore, based on the indirect Lyapunov method, we study the local stability o

The mathematical fractional modeling of TiO_2 nanopowder synthesis by sol–gel method at low temperature

Titanium dioxide is a compound of oxygen and titanium with the formula TiO$_2$ present in nature and manufactured on an industrial scale.  It is used in several fields and applications such as cosmetics, paint, food, photocatalyst, electrodes in lithium batteries, dye solar cells (DSSC), biosensors, etc., given its importance and its various fields of application, there are several methods of synthesis of TiO$_2$ such as the sol–gel method widely used to obtain nanoparticles.  In our study, on the one hand we synthesized titanium dioxide nanopowders crystallized in the