Numerical solution of nonlinear parabolic equations with axial symmetry

by R. H. Farzan

Publisher: Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem Természettudományi Kara, Numerikus és Gépi Matematikai Tanszék in Budapest

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  • Differential equations, Parabolic -- Numerical solutions.

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Includes bibliographical references.

Statementby R.H. Farzan and G. Molnárka.
SeriesNumerikus módszerek ;, 11/1978, Numerikus módszerek ;, 1978-11.
ContributionsMolnárka, G.
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LC ClassificationsQA374 .F23 1978
The Physical Object
Pagination19 p. ;
Number of Pages19
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Open LibraryOL3114658M
LC Control Number82223478

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A numerical solution of nonlinear parabolic-type Volterra partial integro-differential equations using radial basis functions the radial basis function's method through the finite difference method for solving partial integro-differential equations. The numerical examples confirm the validity and applicability of the presented method Cited by:   An analytical and numerical study of a nonlinear parabolic equation with degeneration for the cases of circular and spherical symmetry The axial symmetry of a boundary value problem enables one to reduce the dimensionality, thus simplifying its solution.

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In this paper, numerical solution of nonlinear two-dimensional parabolic partial differential equations with initial and Dirichlet boundary conditions is considered. The time derivative is approximated using finite difference scheme whereas space derivatives are approximated using Haar wavelet collocation method.

The proposed method is developed for semilinear and quasilinear cases. nonlinear parabolic equations HuadongGao∗ and WeifengQiu† July11, Abstract In this paper, we prove a discrete embedding inequality for the Raviart–Thomas mixed finite element methods for second order elliptic equations, which is analogous to the Sobolev embedding inequality in the continuous setting.

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Donev (Courant Institute) Lecture VI 10/14/ 1 / Numerical Solution of Nonlinear Differential Equations with Algebraic Constraints I: Convergence Results for Backward Differentiation Formulas By Per Lôtstedt* and Linda Petzold** Abstract. In this paper we investigate the behavior of numerical ODE methods for the solution of systems of differential equations coupled with algebraic constraints.

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Consider the second-order nonlinear parabolic partial differential equation ut (x,t) =εuxx (x,t) +f (u(x,t)). (1) The equation (1) is known as the Allen-Cahn. To solve such nonlinear parabolic equations we propose a finite-difference scheme based on the Crank--Nicolson idea.

We implement the scheme for problems involving a single spatial coordinate (i.e., two-dimensional, axisymmetric or spherically-symmetric three-dimensional currents) on an equispaced but staggered grid. Numerical methods are used to approximate solutions of equations when exact solutions can not be determined via algebraic methods.

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A brief account of the main ideas of the book is presented in the : W.I. Fushchich. Numerical methods vary in their behavior, and the many different types of differ-ential equation problems affect the performanceof numerical methods in a variety of ways.

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Using Gevrey’s coordinate transform (M. Gevrey, ) one reduces the problem to the system of non-linear Volterra integral equations of the second kind and one linear Fredholm equation of the first kind with a symmetric kernel. ter. The measurements are compared with numerical solutions of the KZK nonlinear parabolic wave equation.1 Our work is therefore similar to that reported in a recent article by Baker.2 The large dynamic range and high spatial resolution of the measurements presented here permit de-tailed comparisons to be made with theory.

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We shall spend some time describing a number of methods for doing just that.