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A Revisit on the Derivation of the Particular Solution for the Differential Operator ∆2 ± λ2

Guangming Yao, C. S. Chen & Chia Cheng Tsai

Adv. Appl. Math. Mech., 1 (2009), pp. 750-768.

Published online: 2009-01

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In this paper, we applied the polyharmonic splines as the basis functions to derive particular solutions for the differential operator ∆2 ± λ2. Similar to the derivation of fundamental solutions, it is non-trivial to derive particular solutions for higher order differential operators. In this paper, we provide a simple algebraic factorization approach to derive particular solutions for these types of differential operators in 2D and 3D. The main focus of this paper is its simplicity in the sense that minimal mathematical background is required for numerically solving higher order partial differential equations such as thin plate vibration. Three numerical examples in both 2D and 3D are given to validate particular solutions we derived.

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The method of fundamental solutions radial basis functions meshless methods polyharmonic splines the method of particular solutions

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35J05 35J25 65D05 65D15

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In this paper, we applied the polyharmonic splines as the basis functions to derive particular solutions for the differential operator ∆2 ± λ2. Similar to the derivation of fundamental solutions, it is non-trivial to derive particular solutions for higher order differential operators. In this paper, we provide a simple algebraic factorization approach to derive particular solutions for these types of differential operators in 2D and 3D. The main focus of this paper is its simplicity in the sense that minimal mathematical background is required for numerically solving higher order partial differential equations such as thin plate vibration. Three numerical examples in both 2D and 3D are given to validate particular solutions we derived.

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In this paper, we applied the polyharmonic splines as the basis functions to derive particular solutions for the differential operator ∆2 ± λ2. Similar to the derivation of fundamental solutions, it is non-trivial to derive particular solutions for higher order differential operators. In this paper, we provide a simple algebraic factorization approach to derive particular solutions for these types of differential operators in 2D and 3D. The main focus of this paper is its simplicity in the sense that minimal mathematical background is required for numerically solving higher order partial differential equations such as thin plate vibration. Three numerical examples in both 2D and 3D are given to validate particular solutions we derived.

Guangming Yao, C. S. Chen & Chia Cheng Tsai. (1970). A Revisit on the Derivation of the Particular Solution for the Differential Operator ∆2 ± λ2. Advances in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics. 1 (6). 750-768. doi:10.4208/aamm.09-m09S01
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