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Solutions of the toroidal wave equation and their applications.

Vaughan H. Weston

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Published
**1956**
in [Toronto]
.

Written in English

- Differential equations, Partial

**Edition Notes**

Contributions | Toronto, Ont. University. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | ii, 88 leaves. |

Number of Pages | 88 |

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Open Library | OL20734250M |

This course is a basic course offered to UG/PG students of Engineering/Science background. It contains existence and uniqueness of solutions of an ODE, homogeneous and non-homogeneous linear systems of differential equations, power series solution of second order homogeneous differential equations. Books by Lokenath Debnath with Solutions. Book Name Author(s) Advances in Nonlinear Waves 0th Edition Lokenath Debnath: Integral Transforms and Their Applications, Second Edition 2nd Edition 0 Problems solved: Lokenath Debnath, Dambaru Bhatta: Integral Transforms and Their Applications, Third Edition 3rd Edition Linear Partial.

Equation () is a simple example of wave equation; it may be used as a model of an inﬁnite elastic string, propagation of sound waves in a linear medium, among other numerous applications. We shall discuss the basic properties of solutions to the wave equation (), as well as its multidimensional and non-linear variants. The Sobolev spaces are introduced as early as possible, as are their application to obtain weak solutions of the Dirichlet problems for the Poisson equation and the Stokes system, before encountering the more subtle issues of weak convergence, continuous imbeddings, compactness, unbounded operators, and spectral s: 5.

We ﬁrst consider the solution of the wave equations in free space, in absence of matter and sources. For this case the right hand sides of the wave equations are zero. The operation ∇ × ∇× can be replaced by the identity (), and since in free space ∇E = 0 the wave equation for E becomes ∇2E(r,t) − 1 c2 ∂2 ∂t2 E(r,t) = 0. Rather than solving the differential equations for the wave function with less restrictive conditions in the applying the radiation condition, we can make use of the fact that any simpler set of wave functions must be a linear combination of the Toroidal wave functions eim~V:;:+21 and eim~W:;:+21+1. 3. Toroidal Wave Functions Simplified.

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We analyze the behaviour of TE, TM electromagnetic fields in a toroidal space through Maxwell and wave equations. Their solutions are discussed in a space endowed with a refractive index making separable the wave equations.

Introduction. The wave equation is a partial differential equation that may constrain some scalar function u = u (x 1, x 2,x n; t) of a time variable t and one or more spatial variables x 1, x 2, x quantity u may be, for Solutions of the toroidal wave equation and their applications.

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Toroidal Coordinates. Geometric Parameters. In terms of the Cartesian coordinates x, y, z, the toroidal coordinates, are defined by the relations [] (1) in which with the inverse relations (2) (2a). The wave equation is a linear second-order partial differential equation which describes the propagation of oscillations at a fixed speed in some quantity y y y.

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