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By Victor P. Pikulin, Stanislav I. Pohozaev, Andrei Iacob

Many actual tactics in fields resembling mechanics, thermodynamics, electrical energy, magnetism or optics are defined by way of partial differential equations. the purpose of the current ebook is to demontstrate the elemental equipment for fixing the classical linear difficulties in mathematical physics of elliptic, parabolic and hyperbolic kind. particularly, the equipment of conformal mappings, Fourier research and Green`s services are thought of, in addition to the perturbation strategy and necessary transformation process, between others. each bankruptcy includes concrete examples with a close research in their solution.The e-book is meant as a textbook for college kids in mathematical physics, yet also will function a guide for scientists and engineers.

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Dp R'(a) = R'(b) = O. a < P < b. 36) 44 CHAPTER 1. 36) has the form where C1 and C2 are arbitrary constants and N 1L!!. p) is the Bessel function of 'PO second kind. 36); namely, they provide the system of equations { + C2N~n (vIAa) = 0, C1 J~n (vIAb) + C2N~n (vIAb) = O. b) 'PO 'PO 'PO 'PO is equal to zero. In other words, Am,n = [JL~)J 2, where JL~) are the roots of the equation N~n(vIAa) 'PO We see that the radial function has the form Thus, the natural oscillations of our plate are described by the functions Um,n(P, cp) = [J7rn (JL~)p)N~n (JL~)a) ~ ~ = Rm,n(p)

Ul'(' zero. ion that a quantity of 11('<11 Q - (,()lIst ic; ('xtract('d it. CHAPTER 1. ELLIPTIC PROBLEMS 24 Solution. 17) (here k is the internal heat conduction coefficient). The eigenvalues and eigenfunctions of the problem are found by solving the auxiliary boundary value problem (Sturm-Liouville problem) { X" + A2 X = 0, 0 < x < a, X(O) = 0 = X'(a) = O. (2n+l)7r] 2 and Xn(x) -_ sm " [(2n+l)7r] _ We get A; = [-2-a-2-a- X , n - 0,1, ... We will seek the solution of the above problem in the form of an expansion in eigenfunctions ~ u(x, y) = ~ Yn(Y) sin [(2n+1)7f ] 2a x, where the functions Yn(Y) are subject to determination.

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