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A therapy of the amplification of nonlinear pressure waves in solids. It addresses difficulties at the same time: the sequential analytical attention of nonlinear pressure wave amplification and choice in wave courses and in a medium; and the demonstration of using even specific analytical suggestions to nonintegrable equations in a layout of numerical simulation of unsteady nonlinear wave techniques. The textual content contains a variety of precise examples of the stress wave amplification and choice attributable to the impression of an exterior medium, microstructure, relocating element defects, and thermal phenomena. The volume's major positive factors are: nonlinear types of the stress wave evolution in a rod subjected by means of a variety of dissipative/active components; and an analytico-numerical process for options to the governing nonlinear partial differential equations with dispersion and dissipation. The paintings may be compatible for introducing readers in mechanics, mechanical engineering and utilized arithmetic to the idea that of lengthy nonlinear pressure wave in one-dimensional wave courses. it may even be helpful for self-study by way of execs in all components of nonlinear physics.

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28) where 6 = x — ct,C, = C,{6,t), = 4>{8,t), with u,w,C and 4> real. 27) allows to separate the real and imaginary Mathematical tools for the governing equations 43 analysis parts. 29) while for £ and we have C=±sc6-sC1J^+(0(t), ^+ (2-30) where Ct (i = 1,2) are free parameters. The most notable difference from previous solutions is the dependence of the "frequency" and "phase" on w and u, when Cj ^ 0. This introduces significant features into the profiles of the real and imaginary parts of W and of U.

11(C) . Alternate transformation of the solitary waves confirms the dependence of the kind of solitary wave upon the value of the product of / and the wave amplitude (hence, its velocity) found in Kawahara (1972). Finally, we have found that simultaneous triggering of the signs of b, d, f doesn't affect the shapes of the solitary waves. 4). Influence of the cubic nonlinearity. Now we add cubic nonlinearity, c / 0, while r = s = 0. The analytical solutions predict an action of the cubic nonlinear term depends upon the sign of c.

However most of dissipative equations cannot be transformed to the bilinear form. At the same time single travelling wave solution derivation looks very complicated even for non-dissipative equations Chow (1995), Nakamura (1979). Moreover we have to deal with four theta functions that results in additional difficulties for the ansatz construction. Explicit periodic travelling wave solutions may be found for many nonintegrable equations and systems by using an ansatz in terms of p, with appropriate forms for the ansatz suggested by information about the poles of the solution.

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