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By Alexey V. Porubov

ISBN-10: 9812383263

ISBN-13: 9789812383266

This booklet treats difficulties at the same time: sequential analytical attention of nonlinear pressure wave amplification and choice in wave publications and in a medium; demonstration of using even specific analytical ideas to nonintegrable equations in a layout of numerical simulation of unsteady nonlinear wave strategies. The textual content contains a variety of special examples of the tension wave amplification and choice because of the impact of an exterior medium, microstructure, relocating element defects, and thermal phenomena. the most positive aspects of the e-book are: (1) nonlinear types of the tension wave evolution in a rod subjected by way of numerous dissipative/active components; (2) an analytico-numerical procedure for suggestions to the governing nonlinear partial differential equations with dispersion and dissipation.

This publication is vital for introducing readers in mechanics, mechanical engineering, and utilized arithmetic to the idea that of lengthy nonlinear pressure wave in one-dimensional wave courses. it's also compatible for self-study via pros in all parts of nonlinear physics.

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Al (1987); Weiss et. al (1983). Here we concentrate on the one aspect of the theory-the singular manifold method or WTC method for partial differential equations Newell et. al (1987); Weiss et. al (1983). Let f(x,t) = 0 is the "singular" or "pole" manifold on which a solution u(x, t) is singular. *) = "J X ^ * ' * ) ^ (2-10) is single valued. This requires (i) a is an integer, (ii)

Another advantage is that two apparently distinct solutions are readily recognized as equivalent. In order to see it let us first give some properties of the Weierstrass elliptic function p to be used below. According to its definition Whittaker and Watson (1927), the Weierstrass function is analytical in the complex plane other than in the points where Mathematical tools for the governing equations analysis 33 it has double poles. 1) where #2 and #3 are constant parameters. 2) where A and B are rational functions with respect to p .

At the same time single travelling wave solution derivation looks very complicated even for non-dissipative equations Chow (1995), Nakamura (1979). Moreover we have to deal with four theta functions that results in additional difficulties for the ansatz construction. Explicit periodic travelling wave solutions may be found for many nonintegrable equations and systems by using an ansatz in terms of p, with appropriate forms for the ansatz suggested by information about the poles of the solution.

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