J. Pseudo-Differ. Oper. Appl. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11868-018-0243-2 Conic type Caffarelli–Kohn–Nirenberg inequality on manifold with conical singularity 1 1 Ali Asghar Jafari · Mohsen Alimohammady Received: 29 October 2017 / Accepted: 26 February 2018 © The Author(s) 2018 Abstract In this paper, we consider a manifold with conical singularity and introduce weighted cone Sobolev spaces. We prove a conic type Caffarelli–Kohn–Nirenberg inequality and then apply this inequality to obtain a existence result of a nonlinear elliptic equation on weighted cone Sobolev space. Keywords Caffarelli–Kohn–Nirenberg-type inequality · Nonlinear elliptic equa- tions · Partial differential equations on manifolds Mathematics Subject Classiﬁcation 35D05 · 35J66 · 35R01 1 Introduction Let n ≥ 3 be an integer and let a, b and p be constants satisfying the following conditions n − p np −∞ < a < , a ≤ b ≤ a + 1, p ∈ (1, n), q = . (1.1) p n − p(1 + a − b) B Ali Asghar Jafari aa.jafari@stu.umz.ac.ir Mohsen Alimohammady amohsen@umz.ac.ir Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematical Sciences, University of Mazandaran, Babolsar 47416-1468, Iran A. A. Jafari, M. Alimohammady ∞ n Cafarelli, Kohn and Nirenberg [3], for all u ∈ C (R ), have established that there exists a positive constant C depending only on constants a, b and n such that the functional inequality 1 1 q p −bq q − pa p |x | |u| dv ≤ C |x | |∇ u| dv (1.2) n n R R holds, where |x | is the Euclidean length of x ∈ R , and dv is the Euclidean volume element determined by the standard Euclidean metric. Note that the Caffarelli–Kohn– Nirenberg inequality 1.2 contains the classical Sobolev inequality (a = b = 0) and the Hardy (a = 0, b = 1) as special cases, which have played important roles in many applications in Partial differential equations. Inequality 1.2 proves to be an important tool in studying degenerate elliptic problems. It is also related to the understanding of some important phenomena, such as best constants, extremal functions, and their qualitative properties [9,12]. Some of the directions that have been developed include the study of positive solutions to critical singular quasilinear elliptic problems related to the Caffarelli–Kohn–Nirenberg inequality [5,10,11]. Since most of the problems in differential geometry can be reduced to problems in differential equations on Rie- mannian manifolds, it is important to have in this case investigation tools similar to those successfully used in the Euclidean case. Many authors investigated some mod- iﬁed version of the inequality 1.2 to study some of degenerate elliptic system which contains differential operators of the type di v (w(x )|∇ u| ), g g where w(x ) is a non-negative function satisfying inf w(x ) = 0, on a Riemannian Manifold with Riemannain metric g, for example see [1,2,4,16]. Degenerate differ- ential operators involving a non-negative weight which appear in singular quasilinear elliptic equations have been studied by some authors in Euclidean and Riemannian manifolds forms. In fact, the non-negative weight function w(x ) allow us to have zeros at some points or even to be unbounded are used in the study of many physical phenomena. In this article, we want to study a class of singular quasilinear differential equations on manifolds with conical singularities. Many applications of physics and applied sciences as well as of the structure mathematics lead to elliptic problems with singularities in the sense of non-smoothness of boundaries [6,8]. 2 Conical manifolds and cone spaces In this section we recall some deﬁnitions and basic properties of manifolds with conical singularities and the corresponding cone Sobolev spaces. Then we will introduce a generalization of the cone Sobolev spaces on under suitable non-negative weight and the typical differential operators on those manifolds. For more details and proofs about the results on manifolds with conical singularities, we refer to Egorov and Schulze [7], Schulze [14], Schrohe and Seiler [15]. First we introduce some notations. Conic type Caffarelli–Kohn–Nirenberg inequality on… (a) R = (0, ∞), R =[0, ∞); + + (b) X is a smooth compact manifold without boundary; (c) X := R × X, interpreted as the open stretched cone with base X ; (R × X ) (d) X := , interpreted as the cone. {0}× X Deﬁnition 2.1 Let B be a Hausdorff topological compact space and b ∈ B such that B −{b} is a smooth manifold without boundary of dimension n + 1. B is called a manifold with conical singularity b if the following properties hold: (I) there exist a neighborhood U of b and a diffeomorphism ϕ : U −{b}→ X (2.1) for some closed compact smooth manifold X without boundary of dimension n, (II) ϕ is extendible to a homeomorphism ϕ ¯ : U → X . If one considers another diffeomorphism : U −{b}→ X extendible to U, −1 ∧ ∧ we say that these two diffeomorphism are equivalent if ϕ : X → X is the ¯ ¯ restriction of some diffeomorphism R × X → R × X to R × X. Therefore, we + + + consider the map 2.1 ﬁxed, then −1 δ u := φ (λr, x ), φ (u) = (r, x ), λ ∈ R , u ∈ U −{b}, (2.2) λ + induces an R group action on U −{b}. The manifold X is called the base of the cone and R the cone axis. According to above assumptions and by described method in [7], there exists a smooth manifold B with compact C -boundary ∂ B ≡ X for which there is a diffeomorphism B − ∂ B ≡ B −{b} the restriction of which U −{b} is a diffeomorphism U −{b}≡ V − ∂ B for an open neighborhood U ⊂ B of the 1 1 1 conical point b and a collar neighborhood V ⊂ B of ∂ B, i.e. V ≡[0, 1) × X. 1 1 B is called the stretched manifold with conical singularity associated with B. Via this identiﬁcation the analysis of differential operators on B is carried out on B. The underlying analysis of a manifold with a conic point, the corresponding differential operators are called cone-degenerate differential operators or Fuchs type operators which are given in local coordinates in a collar neighborhood [0, 1)× X of the boundary by −m A = r a (r ) −r (2.3) ∂r k=0 m−k ∞ −m where the coefﬁcients a (r ) ∈ C ([0, 1), Diff ( X )), r is also called a weight factor with the weight −m. The cone degeneracy shows up in the derivative (−r ∂ ). Deﬁnition 2.2 Let B be a manifold with a conical singularity point b. Then A ∈ Diff ( B −{b}) is said to be of Fuchs type if b has a neighborhood such that A in local coordinates (r, x ) is of Fuchs type in the sense of 2.3. By similarly way, one can say that A ∈ Diff ( B) is of Fuchs type if it is a neighborhood of ∂ B of the form 2.3. A. A. Jafari, M. Alimohammady Let g (r ) be a r-dependent family of Riemannian metric on a closed compact C - manifold X which is inﬁnitely differentiable in r ∈[0, 1) and g (0) depends only on x and dx . Then 2 2 g := dr + r g (r ) (2.4) is a Riemannain metric on X . The gradient and divergence operators with ∧ ∧ respect to this metric are ﬁrst order operators, di v ∈ Diff ( X , TX , R), ∇ ∈ g g ∧ ∧ ∧ Diff ( X , R, TX ), respectively. Here, TX is the cone tangent bundle which has a basis in local coordinates as follows: ∂ ∂ ∂ r , ,..., . (2.5) ∂r ∂ x ∂ x 1 n ∗ ∧ This basis induces a dual basis in the cone cotangent bundle T X given by dr , dx ,..., dx . Now, without lose of generality, we consider B =[0, 1) × X that 1 n X is an (n − 1)-dimensional closed compact C -manifold which is regarded as the local model near the conical singularity points, and ∂ B ={0}× X. Then the corre- sponding gradient operator with respect to the Riemannain metric 2.4 is denoted by ∇ := (x ∂ ,∂ ,...,∂ ). Moreover, for a vector ﬁeld F, we deﬁne the diver- B(g) 1 x x x 1 2 n gence operator on B with respect to Riemannain metric 2.4 as ∂ F ∂ F di v ( F ) := x + . B(g) 1 ∂ x ∂ x 1 k k=2 2 2 2 The operator is deﬁned by (x ∂ ) +∂ +···+∂ , which is an elliptic operator B(g) 1 x 1 x x 2 n with conical degeneration on the boundary x = 0. The operator is also called 1 B(g) Fuchsian–Laplace operator. Near the boundary of stretched manifold B,∂ B, we will use coordinates (x , x ) := (x , x ,..., x ) for x ∈[0, 1) and x ∈ X. According to 1 1 2 n 1 the Fuchsian–Laplace operator, gradient and divergence operators deﬁned on manifold n−2 ∗ p−2 B, for 2 < p < = 2 , we introduce A( p, B, g) := di v |∇ u| ∇ u sa a B B B cone-degenerate operator of second order acting between sections of trivial bundles ∧ ∧ X and X . We call A( p, B, g) Fuchsian–P-Laplace operator. Note that the range of power p, to deﬁnition of Fuchsian–P-Laplace operator, can be considered rather than general, but we are interesting to the range (2, 2 ) for our boundary value problem that we will study about the existence results it in the last section. n−1 n Deﬁnition 2.3 For x = (x , x ) ∈ R × R = R , we say that 1 + dx u(x ) ∈ L R , dx ; w(x ) := L p p,w if dx n p u = x |w(x )u(x )| dx < ∞. p,w n−1 x R R + Conic type Caffarelli–Kohn–Nirenberg inequality on… Therefore, the weighted L -spaces with weight data γ ∈ R is denoted by p,w dx γ γ L R , dx ; w(x ) := L p p,w dx and deﬁned as follows: if u(x , x ) ∈ L (R , dx ; w(x )), then 1 p dx −γ x u(x , x ) ∈ L R , dx ; w(x ) , 1 p 1 + and n− dx p 1 u = x |w(x )u(x )| dx < ∞. p,w n−1 x R R 1 Now, we can deﬁne the weighted p-Sobolev spaces for 1 ≤ p < ∞. Deﬁnition 2.4 For m ∈ N,γ ∈ R and 1 ≤ p < ∞, the spaces −γ dx m,γ p β 1 n n α n H (R ) := u ∈ D (R ); x (x ∂ ) ∂ u ∈ L R , dx ; w(x ) , p,w 1 x p + + 1 + 1 x (2.6) n−1 for any α ∈ N,β ∈ N and |α|+|β|≤ m. In the other words, if u(x , x ) ∈ m,γ γ β dx n α n H (R ), then (x ∂ ) ∂ u ∈ L (R , dx ; w(x )). p,w 1 x p + 1 + x x m,γ Hence, H (R ) is a Banach space with norm p,w n− dx p β 1 α p m,γ u n = x |w(x )(x ∂ ) ∂ u(x , x )| dx . 1 x 1 H (R ) 1 1 p,w + n−1 x R R 1 |α|+|β|≤m Let X be a closed compact C manifold, and U ={U ,..., U } an open cov- 1 N ering of X by coordinate neighborhoods. If we ﬁx a subordinate partition of unity n−1 {ϕ ,...,ϕ } and charts χ : U → R , j = 1,..., N . Then we say that 1 N j j m,γ ∧ ∧ u ∈ H ( X ) if and only if u ∈ D ( X ) with the norm p,w ∗ −1 m,γ u = (1 × χ ) ϕ u < ∞, ∧ j m,γ H ( X ) j p,w H (R ) p,w j =1 ∗ ∞ n−1 ∞ where 1 × χ : C (R × R ) → C (R × U ) is the pull-back function with + + j j 0 0 m,γ n−1 ∧ respect to 1 × χ : R × U → R × R . Denote the H ( X ) as subspace j + j + p,w m,γ ∧ ∞ ∧ of H ( X ) which is deﬁned as the closure of C ( X ) with respect to the norm p,w m,γ . . Now, we have the following deﬁnition: H ( X ) p,w A. A. Jafari, M. Alimohammady Deﬁnition 2.5 Let B =[0, 1) × X be the stretched manifold of the manifold B with m,γ conical singularity. Then the cone Sobolev space H (B), for m ∈ N,γ ∈ R and p,w p ∈ (1, ∞), is deﬁned by m,γ m, p m,γ H (B) = u ∈ W (int B) ; κ u ∈ H ( X ) , p,w p,w loc for any cut-off function κ supported by a collar neighborhood of [0, 1) × X. Moreover, m,γ m,γ the subspace H (B) of H (B) is deﬁned by p,w p,w m,γ m,γ m, p H (B) := [κ]H ( X ) +[1 − κ]W (int B), p,w p,w w,0 m, p where W (int B) denotes the closure of C (int B) in weighted Sobolev space w,0 0 m, p ˜ ˜ W ( X ) when X is closed compact C manifold of dimension n containing B as a submanifold with boundary. Deﬁnition 2.6 Let B =[0, 1) × X. We say that u(x ) ∈ L (B) with 1 < p < p,w ∞,γ ∈ R, if n− dx u = x |w(x )u(x )| dx < ∞. L (B) 1 p,w 3 Nonlinear Dirichlet boundary weighted Fuchsian– p-Laplacian problems In this section, we ﬁrst consider a weight function w which is satisfying on some con- ditions and then we obtain a special case of the Caffarelli–Kohn–Nirenberg inequality on weighted cone Sobolev space. As an application of this inequality in the second part of this section, we consider non-linear Drichlet boundary weighted Fuchsian– p- Lapcian problem on manifold with conical singularity and obtain a existence result of the problem. For each x ∈ B =[0, 1) × X, we set m = inf x , M = sup x . For each i x ∈B i i i x ∈B 1 n i ∈{1,..., n} let w :[m , M ]→ R be a functions of class C . Let w : B → R be i i i deﬁned by w( x ) = (w (x ), w (x ), . . . , w (x )). 1 1 2 2 n n We assume that there exists w > 0 a constant such that di v w( x ) ≥ w > 0 ∀x ∈ B. (3.1) B 0 Theorem 3.1 Suppose that w( x ) is deﬁned as above and satisfy conditions 3.1 Then there exists a positive constant C such that dx dx 1 1 p p p 1 |u| dx ≤ | w(x )| |∇ u(x )| dx ∀u ∈ C (B). x x 1 1 B B Conic type Caffarelli–Kohn–Nirenberg inequality on… Proof p p p di v (|u| w( x )) = x ∂ (|u| w (x )) + ∂ (|u| w (x )) B 1 x 1 1 x i i 1 i i =2 p−2 p = x p|u| u∂ uw (x ) +|u| ∂ w (x ) 1 x 1 1 x 1 1 1 1 p−2 p + p|u| u∂ uw (x ) +|u| ∂ w (x ) x i i x i i i i i =2 p−2 = p|u| u x ∂ uw (x ) + ∂ uw (x ) 1 x 1 1 x i i i =2 +|u| x ∂ w (x ) + ∂ w (x ) 1 x 1 1 x i i 1 i i =2 p p−2 =|u| di v w( x ) + p|u| u∇ u.w( x ). (3.2) B B Moreover, one can conclude from the ﬂux-convergence theorem that for each u ∈ C (B) dx p p di v (|u| w( x )) dx = |u| w( x ).nd σ = 0. B ∂ B Therefore, dx dx 1 1 p p−2 |u| di v w( x ) dx =− p|u| u∇ u.w( x ) dx (3.3) B B x x 1 1 B B dx p−2 ≤ − p|u| u∇ u.w( x ) dx (3.4) dx p−1 ≤ p |u| |∇ u||w( x )| dx . (3.5) A typical Young’s inequality states that for any ε> 0 and each a, b ≥ 0we have p−1 ab ≤ εa + b . p−1 Then we can take ε> 0 such that pε< w , where w is given by relation3.1. Thus, 0 0 dx dx 1 1 p p |u| dx ≤ |u| di v w( x ) dx (3.6) x x 1 1 B B A. A. Jafari, M. Alimohammady dx p−1 ≤ p |u| |∇ u||w( x )| dx (3.7) ⎡ ⎤ dx 1 dx 1 1 p p p ⎣ ⎦ ≤ p ε |u| dx + | w(x )| |∇ u| dx , (3.8) p−1 x ε x 1 1 B B On the other hand, for any u ∈ C (B) dx p dx 1 1 p p p (w − εp) |u| dx ≤ | w(x )| |∇ u| dx . 0 B p−1 x ε x 1 1 B B Therefore dx p dx 1 1 p p p |u| dx ≤ | w(x )| |∇ u| dx . p−1 x ε (w − εp) x 1 0 1 B B The proof of theorem is complete. Remark 3.2 The result of Theorem 3.1 implies the fact that under condition 3.1 there exists a positive constant K such that, dx dx 1 1 p p 1 |u| dx ≤ K |∇ u| dx ∀u ∈ C (B). x x 1 1 B B Hence, we deduce that dx p 1 |∇ u| dx inf > 0. n dx p 1 1, |u| dx H (B)−{0} 1 p,w The above relation asserts that in this case the ﬁrst eigenvalue of the Fuchsian–p- Laplacian operator. Now, we show the existence of weak solution for problem p p−2 q−2 −di v (|w(x )| |∇ u| ∇ u) + u = λ|u| ux ∈ int B, B B B (3.9) u = 0 x ∈ ∂ B 1, where 2 < q < p < 2 and λ is a positive constant. We say that u ∈ H (B) is a p,w weak solution of problem 3.9 if dx dx dx 1 1 1 p p−2 q−2 | w(x )| |∇ u| ∇ u∇ v dx + uv dx − λ |u| uv dx = 0 B B B x x x 1 1 1 B B B 1, for any v ∈ H (B). p,w Conic type Caffarelli–Kohn–Nirenberg inequality on… The following proposition will be used for solving our problem. n n 1, 0, p q Proposition 3.3 If 2 ≤ q < p < 2 then H (B)→ H (B) is compact. p,w q,0 Proof From Deﬁnition 2.5 n n 1, 1, ,a p p 1, p H (B) =[κ]H (X) +[1 − κ]W (int B), p,w p,0 w,0 and n n 0, 0, q q H (B) =[κ]H (X) +[1 − κ]L (int B). q,0 q,0 From Theorem 3.1 and classic embedding theorem we have the embedding [1 − 1, p q ∗ κ]W (int B)→[1 − κ]L (int B) is compact for 2 ≤ q < p < 2 . In fact, w,0 1, p let u be bounded sequence in W (int B). By Theorem 1 it follows that u is n n w,0 1, p a bounded sequence in L (int B). Consequently,u ⊂ W (int B) is a bounded sequence. The classical compact embedding theorem shows that there exists a conver- 1, p gence subsequence of u , still denoted by u , in L (int B). Thus [1 − κ]W (int B) n n w,0 is compactly embedded in L (int B). It is sufﬁcient to show that the embedding n n 1, 0, p q ˆ ˆ [κ]H (X)→[κ]H (X) is compact. For m ∈ N,γ ∈ R, and 1 < l < ∞, p,w q,0 we deﬁne −r ( −γ) −r n l (S v)(r, x ) = e v(e , x ), ,γ m,γ for v(x , x ) ∈ H (X). Then S n induces an isomorphism as follows, ,γ l,w m,γ m,l S :[κ]H (X) →[κ˜ ]W (R × X), ,γ w l,w −r ∞ with a cut-off function κ( ˜ r ) = κ(e ) ∈ C (R ). In the present case, we take 0, γ = , and l = q for u(x , x ) ∈ H (X). Thus we have the following isomorphism 1 q mapping 0, n n S :[κ]H (X) →[κ˜ ]L (R × X), (3.10) , q q q i.e. n n −r ( − ) −r −r −r −r q q n n S (κ(x )u(x , x )) = κ(e )e u(e , x ) = κ(e )u(e , x ). , 1 1 q q 1, Analogously if we take l = p,γ = and v(x , x ) ∈ H (X), then we have an 1 p,w isomorphism 1, p 1, p n n S :[κ]H (X) →[κ˜ ]W (R × X), (3.11) , p,w w,0 p p A. A. Jafari, M. Alimohammady i.e. n n −r ( − ) −r −r −r −r p p n n S (κ(x )v(x , x )) = κ(e )e v(e , x ) = κ(e )v(e , x ). 1 1 p p 1, n n Moreover,S induces another isomorphism. In fact, for every v(x , x ) ∈ H (X), 1 p,w q q one has n n −r ( − ) −r −r q q n n S (κ(x )v(x , x )) = κ(e )e v(e , x ) , 1 1 q q n n n n n n −r ( − ) r ( − ) −r ( − ) −r −r p p p p q q = κ(e )e e e v(e , x ) n n −r ( − ) −r −r p p = κ(e )e v(e , x ) n n = S (κ(x )v(x , x )). 1 1 p p and then the mapping 1, p 1, p n n S :[κ]H (X) →[κ˜ ]W (R × X) (3.12) , p,w w,0 q q 1, p is also an isomorphism. Since the embedding [˜ κ]W (R × X)→[κ˜ ]L (R × X) w,0 1, is compact, so from isomorphisms 3.10 and 3.11 the embedding [κ]H (X)→ p,w 0, [κ]H (X) is compact. q,0 Theorem 3.4 The Dirichlet boundary value problem 3.9 has a non-trivial solution in 1, the weighted Sobolev space H (B). p,w Proof In order to prove Theorem 3.4, we deﬁne,for each λ> 0, the energy functional 1, associated with problem 3.9, which is deﬁned on H (B), p,w 1 dx 1 dx 1 1 p p 2 J (u) = | w(x )| |∇ u| dx + |u| dx λ B p x 2 x 1 1 B B 1, λ dx − |u| dx ∀u ∈ H (B). p,w q x 1, Standard arguments show that J ∈ C (H (B), R) and its derivative is given by λ p,w dx dx 1 1 p p−2 J (u), v= | w(x )| |∇ u| ∇ u∇ v dx + uv dx B B B x x 1 1 B B dx q−2 − λ |u| uv dx , B Conic type Caffarelli–Kohn–Nirenberg inequality on… 1, for all u,v ∈ H (B). We infer that u is a solution of problem 3.9 if and only if it p,w is a critical point of J . Consequently, we concentrate our efforts on ﬁnding critical points of J . In this context we prove the following assertion: (a) The functional J is weakly lower semi-continuous. (b) The functional J is bounded from below and coercive. 1, (c) There exists ψ ∈ H (B) −{0} such that J (ψ ) < 0. p,w λ The arguments as in the prove (a), (b) and (c) are detailed below. (a) By the Poincare’ inequality, there exist constant C, such that the following estimates n n n ||u|| ≤||u|| ≤ C ||∇ u|| 1, p p p L (B) H (B) L (B) p,w p,w p,w hold, so we will use the standard form ||u|| n = ||∇ u|| n . 1, B p p H (B) L (B) p,w p,w 1 dx 1 dx 1 1 p p 2 J (u) = | w(x )| |∇ u| dx + |u| dx λ B p x 2 x 1 1 B B λ dx 1, 1 p − |u| dx ∀u ∈ H (B), p,w q x Suppose 1 dx 1 dx 1 1 p p 2 I (u) = | w(x )| |∇ u| dx + |u| dx , p x 2 x 1 1 B B by Sobolev embedding there exist a constant C such that 1 dx C dx 1 1 1 p p p I (u) ≤ | w(x )| |∇ u| dx + |u| dx . p x 2 x 1 1 B B Now apply Theorem 3.1 there exist a constant C such that 1 dx C C dx 1 1 2 1 p p p p I (u) ≤ | w(x )| |∇ u| dx + | w(x )| |∇ u| dx , B B p x 2 x 1 1 B B accordingly there exist a constant C which I (u) ≤ C ||∇ u|| . So I (u) is weakly B n L (B) p,w 1, lower semi-continuous. That is, let (u ) ⊂ H (B) be a sequence which weakly n p,w 1, convergence to u in H (B), Then we have p,w I (u) ≤ lim inf I (u ). n→∞ A. A. Jafari, M. Alimohammady n n 1, p q On the other hand, since H (B) is compactly embedded in L (B) it follows that p,w q (u ) convergence strongly to u in L (B) that is, n q λ dx λ dx 1 1 q q |u| dx = lim inf |u | dx n→∞ q x q x 1 1 B B such that J (u) ≤ lim inf J (u ). Therefore, J is weakly lower semi- λ n→∞ λ n λ continuous. 1, (b) By proposition 3.3 for any u ∈ H (B), there exists a positive constant K p,w such that 1 K λ p q J (u) ≥ ||u|| − ||u|| . n n 1, 1, p p p q H (B) H (B) p,w p,w From 2 < q < p we have lim J (u) =∞, as ||u|| →∞, that is J is λ 1, λ H (B) p,w 1, coercive. On the other hand, it is clear that for u ∈ H (B) we have p,w 1 K λ p−q q J (u) ≥ ||u|| − ||u|| n n 1, 1, p p p q H (B) H (B) p,w p,w and thus J is bounded from below. (c) We ﬁx 0 = ϕ ∈ C (B), Then for each t ∈ (0, 1) 1 dx 1 dx λ dx 1 1 1 p p 2 q J (tϕ) = | w(x )| |∇ t ϕ| dx + |t ϕ| dx − |t ϕ| dx . λ B p x 2 x q x 1 1 1 B B B Applying Sobolev embedding and Theorem 3.1 there exist C such that dx λt dx 1 1 p p p q J (tϕ) ≤ Ct | w(x )| |∇ ϕ| dx − |ϕ| dx λ B x q x 1 1 B B that q < p. Thus, there exist two positive constants L and L such that for each t ∈ (0, 1) 1 2 p q J (tϕ) ≤ L t − L t . λ 1 2 p−q By this inequality, we infer that for any t ∈ (0, min{1,( ) }) J (tϕ) < 0. From (a), (b) and (c) in relation to [13] theorem 1.2 shows that there exists u ∈ 1, H (B) as a global minimum point of J . Moreover, from (c) we have u = 0. p,w λ λ Conic type Caffarelli–Kohn–Nirenberg inequality on… Standard arguments based on theorem(2) we have that u is a critical point of J and λ λ thus, a nontrivial weak solution of problem 3.9, so the proof of Theorem 3.4 will be complete. 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