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Special Boundary Integral Equations for Approximate Solution of Laplace's Equation in Multi-Dimensional Regions.

dc.contributor.authorY Zahaykah
dc.date.accessioned2017-05-03T09:37:02Z
dc.date.available2017-05-03T09:37:02Z
dc.date.issued2010-08-02
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11888/9571
dc.description.abstract<p>The subject of the talk is the development of special boundary integral equations for solving potential problems in three-dimensional regions with arbitrary configuration of spherical cavities. The solution on the boundary of each cavity is represented by a finite sum of spherical harmonics with unknown coefficients. The cavity geometry is directly exploited in a new set of integral equations with special kernel functions which independently pick out these coefficients. Each new equation contains only one coefficient relating to the particular cavity and so the resulting system of equations for unknown field on the boundaries of the cavities is well-conditioned. The level of approximation in these equations depends on the number of harmonics in the representation of the solution on the boundary of the cavity.<br /> Equations corresponding to the lowest and next higher level of approximation are solved. Examples are given to demonstrate the proposed method.</p>en
dc.description.abstract<p>The subject of the talk is the development of special boundary integral equations for solving potential problems in three-dimensional regions with arbitrary configuration of spherical cavities. The solution on the boundary of each cavity is represented by a finite sum of spherical harmonics with unknown coefficients. The cavity geometry is directly exploited in a new set of integral equations with special kernel functions which independently pick out these coefficients. Each new equation contains only one coefficient relating to the particular cavity and so the resulting system of equations for unknown field on the boundaries of the cavities is well-conditioned. The level of approximation in these equations depends on the number of harmonics in the representation of the solution on the boundary of the cavity.<br /> Equations corresponding to the lowest and next higher level of approximation are solved. Examples are given to demonstrate the proposed method.</p>ar
dc.titleSpecial Boundary Integral Equations for Approximate Solution of Laplace's Equation in Multi-Dimensional Regions.en
dc.titleSpecial Boundary Integral Equations for Approximate Solution of Laplace's Equation in Multi-Dimensional Regions.ar
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