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A. Henrot - I. Lucardesi

A Blaschke-Lebesgue theorem for the Cheeger constant

created by lucardesi on 14 Nov 2020



Inserted: 14 nov 2020
Last Updated: 14 nov 2020

Year: 2020


In this paper we prove a new extremal property of the Reuleaux triangle: it maximizes the Cheeger constant among all bodies of (same) constant width. The proof relies on a fine analysis of the optimality conditions satisfied by an optimal Reuleaux polygon together with an explicit upper bound for the inradius of the optimal domain. As a possible perspective, we conjecture that this maximal property of the Reuleaux triangle holds for the first eigenvalue of the $p$-Laplacian for any $p\in (1,+\infty)$ (the current paper covers the case $p=1$ whereas the case $p=+\infty$ was already known).


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