By Pavel Drábek, Gabriela Holubová
This textbook offers a primary creation to PDEs on an hassle-free point, permitting the reader to appreciate what partial differential equations are, the place they arrive from and the way they are often solved. The purpose is that the reader is familiar with the fundamental ideas that are legitimate for certain types of PDEs, and to obtain a few classical tips on how to remedy them, therefore the authors limit their concerns to basic sorts of equations and uncomplicated tools. merely easy proof from calculus and linear traditional differential equations of first and moment order are wanted as a prerequisite. - An straightforward creation to the elemental rules of partial differential equations. - Many illustrations. - Addressed to scholars who intend to focus on arithmetic in addition to to scholars of physics, engineering, and economics.
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Solve the Cauchy problem utt = c2 uxx , u(x, 0) = ex , ut (x, 0) = sin x. [u(x, t) = 12 (ex+ct + ex−ct ) − 1 (cos(x 2c + ct) − cos(x − ct))] 54 Chapter 4 Wave Equation in One Spatial Variable—Cauchy Problem in R 7. Solve the Cauchy problem utt = c2 uxx , u(x, 0) = ln(1 + x2 ), ut (x, 0) = 4 + x. [u(x, t) = ln p (1 + (x + ct)2 )(1 + (x − ct)2 ) + t(4 + x)] 8. Solve the Cauchy problem utt − 3uxt − 4uxx = 0, u(x, 0) = x2 , ut (x, 0) = ex . Proceed in the same way as when deriving the general solution of the wave equation.
L2 Combining these three partial results, we obtain x0 +ct0 f dx dt = 2cu(x0 , t0 ) − c[ϕ(x0 + ct0 ) + ϕ(x0 − ct0 )] − ψ(x) dx x0 −ct0 wherefrom the required form of the solution u at the point (x0 , t0 ) follows. Operator Method. 20) with initial conditions dv (0) = ψ, dt where ϕ and ψ are real numbers. 22) S(t) = 1 sin At, A S (t) = cos At. 52 Chapter 4 Wave Equation in One Spatial Variable—Cauchy Problem in R Thus, in the case ϕ = 0, f = 0, the solution reduces to v(t) = S(t)ψ . Now, we turn back to our wave equation.
4 Exercises Here v , α, β are positive constants. Show that u can be always expressed in terms of x and t from the implicit formula. [βln|u(x, t)| + u(x, t) = −αt + f (x − vt) + βln|f (x − vt)|] 17. Find general solutions of the following equations. (a) ux + x2 uy = 0, (b) ux + sin x uy = 0, (c) x ux + y uy = 0, 2 (d) ex ux + x uy = 0, (e) x ux + y uy = xn . 18. Solve the linear equation x ux − y uy + y 2 u = y 2 , x, y = 0. [u(x, y) = f (xy)ey 2 /2 + 1] 19. Consider the equation y ux − x uy = 0.
Elements of Partial Differential Equations (De Gruyter Textbook) by Pavel Drábek, Gabriela Holubová
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