(R1894) Invariant Solution For Two-Dimensional And Axisymmetric Jet Of Power-Law Fluids, 2022 Veer Narmad South Gujarat University

#### (R1894) Invariant Solution For Two-Dimensional And Axisymmetric Jet Of Power-Law Fluids, Bhavixa Bhagat, M. G. Timol

*Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM)*

An invariant solution is derived using the Lie symmetry technique for steady laminar two-dimensional and axisymmetric boundary layer jet flow of incompressible power-law fluids with appropriate boundary conditions. Using symmetry, the nonlinear partial differential equation of the jet flow problem is transformed into a nonlinear ordinary differential equation. The resultant nonlinear ordinary differential equation with boundary conditions is converted to an initial value problem using the Lie symmetry technique. A numerical solution for the resulting initial value problem is derived using Fehlberg’s fourth-fifth order Runge-Kutta method through Maple software. The graphical representation of the characteristics of the velocity field for …

(R1969) On The Approximation Of Eventual Periodicity Of Linearized Kdv Type Equations Using Rbf-Ps Method, 2022 University of Engineering and Technology Peshawar

#### (R1969) On The Approximation Of Eventual Periodicity Of Linearized Kdv Type Equations Using Rbf-Ps Method, Hameed Ullah Jan, Marjan Uddin, Asma Norin, Tamheeda .

*Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM)*

Water wave propagation phenomena still attract the interest of researchers from many areas and with various objectives. The dispersive equations, including a large body of classes, are widely used models for a great number of problems in the fields of physics, chemistry and biology. For instance, the Korteweg-de Vries (KdV) equation is one of the famous dispersive wave equation appeared in the theories of shallow water waves with the assumption of small wave-amplitude and large wave length, also its various modifications serve as the modeling equations in several physical problems. Another interesting qualitative characteristic of solutions of some dispersive wave …

(R1885) Analytical And Numerical Solutions Of A Fractional-Order Mathematical Model Of Tumor Growth For Variable Killing Rate, 2022 Pandit Deendayal Energy University

#### (R1885) Analytical And Numerical Solutions Of A Fractional-Order Mathematical Model Of Tumor Growth For Variable Killing Rate, N. Singha, C. Nahak

*Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM)*

This work intends to analyze the dynamics of the most aggressive form of brain tumor, glioblastomas, by following a fractional calculus approach. In describing memory preserving models, the non-local fractional derivatives not only deliver enhanced results but also acknowledge new avenues to be further explored. We suggest a mathematical model of fractional-order Burgess equation for new research perspectives of gliomas, which shall be interesting for biomedical and mathematical researchers. We replace the classical derivative with a non-integer derivative and attempt to retrieve the classical solution as a particular case. The prime motive is to acquire both analytical and numerical solutions …

On Analysis Of Effectiveness Controlling Covid-19 With Quarantine And Vaccination Compartments In Indonesia, 2022 Illinois State University

#### On Analysis Of Effectiveness Controlling Covid-19 With Quarantine And Vaccination Compartments In Indonesia, Prihantini Prihantini

*Annual Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology Education and Research*

No abstract provided.

(Si10-115) Controllability Results For Nonlinear Impulsive Functional Neutral Integrodifferential Equations In N-Dimensional Fuzzy Vector Space, 2022 Christ the King Engineering College

#### (Si10-115) Controllability Results For Nonlinear Impulsive Functional Neutral Integrodifferential Equations In N-Dimensional Fuzzy Vector Space, Murugesan Nagarajan, Kumaran Karthik

*Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM)*

In this paper, we concentrated to study the controllability of fuzzy solution for nonlinear impulsive functional neutral integrodifferential equations with nonlocal condition in n-dimensional vector space. Moreover, we obtained controllability of fuzzy result for the normal, convex, upper semi-continuous and compactly supported interval fuzzy number. Finally, an example was provided to reveal the application of the result.

(Si10-067) Numerical Study Of The Time Fractional Burgers’ Equation By Using Explicit And Implicit Schemes, 2022 National Institute of Technology, Arunachal Pradesh

#### (Si10-067) Numerical Study Of The Time Fractional Burgers’ Equation By Using Explicit And Implicit Schemes, Swapnali Doley, A. Vanav Kumar, L. Jino

*Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM)*

The study discusses the numerical solution for a time fractional Burgers’ equation using explicit (scheme 1) and implicit scheme (scheme 2), respectively. The approximation of the differential equation is discretized using the finite difference method (FDM). A non-linear term present in the Burgers’ equation is approximated using the time-averaged values. The Von-Neumann analysis shows that the Scheme 1 is conditionally stable and Scheme 2 is unconditionally stable. The numerical solutions are compared with the exact solutions and are good in agreement. Also, the error is estimated between exact and numerical solutions.

Stochastic Modeling Of Flows In Membrane Pore Networks, 2022 New Jersey Institute of Technology

#### Stochastic Modeling Of Flows In Membrane Pore Networks, Binan Gu

*Dissertations*

Membrane filters provide immediate solutions to many urgent problems such as water purification, and effective remedies to pressing environmental concerns such as waste and air treatment. The ubiquity of applications gives rise to a significant amount of research in membrane material selection and structural design to optimize filter efficiency. As physical experiments tend to be costly, numerical simulation and analysis of fluid flow, foulant transport and geometric evolution due to foulant deposition in complex geometries become particularly relevant. In this dissertation, several mathematical modeling and analytical aspects of the industrial membrane filtration process are investigated. A first-principles mathematical model for …

Navier-Stokes Equations In One And Two Dimensions, 2022 Louisiana State University at Baton Rouge

#### Navier-Stokes Equations In One And Two Dimensions, Jon Nerdal

*LSU Master's Theses*

The Navier-Stokes equations are an important tool in understanding and describing fluid flow. We investigate different formulations of the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations in the one-dimensional case along an axis and in the two-dimensional case in a circular pipe without swirl. For the one-dimensional case we show that the velocity approximations are remarkably accurate and we suggest that understanding this simple axial behaviour is an important starting point for further exploration in higher dimensions. The complexity of the boundary is then increased with the two-dimensional case of fluid flow through the cross section of a circular pipe, where we investigate two …

Bloch Spectra For High Contrast Elastic Media, 2022 Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College

#### Bloch Spectra For High Contrast Elastic Media, Jayasinghage Ruchira Nirmali Perera

*LSU Doctoral Dissertations*

The primary goal of this dissertation is to develop analytic representation formulas and power series to describe the band structure inside periodic elastic crystals made from high contrast inclusions. We use source free modes associated with structural spectra to represent the solution operator of the Lame' system inside phononic crystals. Then we obtain convergent power series for the Bloch wave spectrum using the representation formulas. An explicit bound on the convergence radius is given through the structural spectra of the inclusion array and the Dirichlet spectra of the inclusions. Sufficient conditions for the separation of spectral branches of the dispersion …

Analytic Solution Of 1d Diffusion-Convection Equation With Varying Boundary Conditions, 2022 Portland State University

#### Analytic Solution Of 1d Diffusion-Convection Equation With Varying Boundary Conditions, Małgorzata B. Glinowiecka-Cox

*University Honors Theses*

A diffusion-convection equation is a partial differential equation featuring two important physical processes. In this paper, we establish the theory of solving a 1D diffusion-convection equation, subject to homogeneous Dirichlet, Robin, or Neumann boundary conditions and a general initial condition. Firstly, we transform the diffusion-convection equation into a pure diffusion equation. Secondly, using a separation of variables technique, we obtain a general solution formula for each boundary type case, subject to transformed boundary and initial conditions. While eigenvalues in the cases of Dirichlet and Neumann boundary conditions can be constructed easily, the Robin boundary condition necessitates solving a transcendental algebraic …

Sparse Spectral-Tau Method For The Two-Dimensional Helmholtz Problem Posed On A Rectangular Domain, 2022 University of New Mexico

#### Sparse Spectral-Tau Method For The Two-Dimensional Helmholtz Problem Posed On A Rectangular Domain, Gabriella M. Dalton

*Mathematics & Statistics ETDs*

Within recent decades, spectral methods have become an important technique in numerical computing for solving partial differential equations. This is due to their superior accuracy when compared to finite difference and finite element methods. For such spectral approximations, the convergence rate is solely dependent on the smoothness of the solution yielding the potential to achieve spectral accuracy. We present an iterative approach for solving the two-dimensional Helmholtz problem posed on a rectangular domain subject to Dirichlet boundary conditions that is well-conditioned, low in memory, and of sub-quadratic complexity. The proposed approach spectrally approximates the partial differential equation by means of …

De-Coupling Cell-Autonomous And Non-Cell-Autonomous Fitness Effects Allows Solution Of The Fokker-Planck Equation For The Evolution Of Interacting Populations, 2022 Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute

#### De-Coupling Cell-Autonomous And Non-Cell-Autonomous Fitness Effects Allows Solution Of The Fokker-Planck Equation For The Evolution Of Interacting Populations, Steph J. Owen

*Biology and Medicine Through Mathematics Conference*

No abstract provided.

Spatial Patterning Of Predator-Prey Distributions Arising From Prey Defense, 2022 Nova Southeastern University

#### Spatial Patterning Of Predator-Prey Distributions Arising From Prey Defense, Evan C. Haskell, Jonathan Bell

*Biology and Medicine Through Mathematics Conference*

No abstract provided.

Genetically Explicit Model May Explain Multigenerational Control Of Emergent Turing Patterns In Hybrid Mimulus, 2022 William & Mary

#### Genetically Explicit Model May Explain Multigenerational Control Of Emergent Turing Patterns In Hybrid Mimulus, Emily Simmons

*Biology and Medicine Through Mathematics Conference*

No abstract provided.

Mathematical Modeling Of Brain Cancer Growth Using A Level-Set Method, 2022 University of California, Merced

#### Mathematical Modeling Of Brain Cancer Growth Using A Level-Set Method, Gbocho M. Terasaki

*Biology and Medicine Through Mathematics Conference*

No abstract provided.

Finite Dimensional Approximation And Pin(2)-Equivariant Property For Rarita-Schwinger-Seiberg-Witten Equations, 2022 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

#### Finite Dimensional Approximation And Pin(2)-Equivariant Property For Rarita-Schwinger-Seiberg-Witten Equations, Minh Lam Nguyen

*Graduate Theses and Dissertations*

The Rarita-Schwinger operator Q was initially proposed in the 1941 paper by Rarita and Schwinger to study wave functions of particles of spin 3/2, and there is a vast amount of physics literature on its properties. Roughly speaking, 3/2−spinors are spinor-valued 1-forms that also happen to be in the kernel of the Clifford multiplication. Let X be a simply connected Riemannian spin 4−manifold. Associated to a fixed spin structure on X, we define a Seiberg-Witten-like system of non-linear PDEs using Q and the Hodge-Dirac operator d∗ + d+ after suitable gauge-fixing. The moduli space of solutions M contains (3/2-spinors, purely …

Random Variable Shape Parameter Strategy To Minimize Error In Oscillatory Radial Basis Function Approximation Method For Solving Partial Differential Equations., 2022 Ohio Northern University

#### Random Variable Shape Parameter Strategy To Minimize Error In Oscillatory Radial Basis Function Approximation Method For Solving Partial Differential Equations., Quinnlan Paul Aiken

*ONU Student Research Colloquium*

Approximation of the functions which are the solutions of complex or difficult problems is a worthwhile endeavor. This has resulted in many ways to effectively approximate the solution of the partial differential equations. One such way to approximate the solution of the partial differential equation is Oscillatory radial basis function method. This method can approximate the solution of the partial differential equation well however relies heavily on a “shape parameter” to achieve acceptable error. Choosing this parameter was traditionally done through a trial-and-error method. Selecting shape parameters in a more analytical way has been desired. One such method is the …

On The Consistency Of Alternative Finite Difference Schemes For The Heat Equation, 2022 Augustana College

#### On The Consistency Of Alternative Finite Difference Schemes For The Heat Equation, Tran April

*Rose-Hulman Undergraduate Mathematics Journal*

While the well-researched Finite Difference Method (FDM) discretizes every independent variable into algebraic equations, Method of Lines discretizes all but one dimension, leaving an Ordinary Differential Equation (ODE) in the remaining dimension. That way, ODE's numerical methods can be applied to solve Partial Differential Equations (PDEs). In this project, Linear Multistep Methods and Method of Lines are used to numerically solve the heat equation. Specifically, the explicit Adams-Bashforth method and the implicit Backward Differentiation Formulas are implemented as Alternative Finite Difference Schemes. We also examine the consistency of these schemes.

The Gelfand Problem For The Infinity Laplacian, 2022 Wayne State University

#### The Gelfand Problem For The Infinity Laplacian, Fernando Charro, Byungjae Son, Peiyong Wang

*Mathematics Faculty Research Publications*

We study the asymptotic behavior as *p* → ∞ of the Gelfand problem

−Δ* _{p}u* =

*λe*in Ω ⊂ R

^{u}^{n},

*u*= 0 on ∂Ω.

Under an appropriate rescaling on *u* and *λ*, we prove uniform convergence of solutions of the Gelfand problem to solutions of

min{|∇_{u}|−Λe^{u}, −Δ_{∞}*u*} = 0 in Ω, *u* = 0 on ∂Ω.

We discuss existence, non-existence, and multiplicity of solutions of the limit problem in terms of Λ.

Asymptotic Mean-Value Formulas For Solutions Of General Second-Order Elliptic Equations, 2022 University of Jyväskylä

#### Asymptotic Mean-Value Formulas For Solutions Of General Second-Order Elliptic Equations, Pablo Blanc, Fernando Charro, Juan J. Manfredi, Julio D. Rossi

*Mathematics Faculty Research Publications*

We obtain asymptotic mean-value formulas for solutions of second-order elliptic equations. Our approach is very flexible and allows us to consider several families of operators obtained as an infimum, a supremum, or a combination of both infimum and supremum, of linear operators. The families of equations that we consider include well-known operators such as Pucci, Issacs, and *k*-Hessian operators.