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Operational matrix approach for solving two-dimensional hyperbolic telegraph equation

Vijay Kumar Patel, IIT Kanpur
Vijay Kumar Patel, IIT Kanpur
When Feb 18, 2022
from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Where zoom seminar
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Contact Phone 08066953702
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Abstract:   In this presentation, we will find the approximate solution of two-dimensional telegraph equations with the Dirichlet boundary conditions. We first transform the telegraph equations into equivalent partial integro-differential equations (PIDEs) which contain both initial and boundary conditions and therefore can be solved numerically in a more appropriate manner. Operational matrices of integration and differentiation of Bernoulli polynomials together with the completeness of these polynomials are used to reduce the PIDEs into the associated algebraic generalized Sylvester equations which can be solved by an efficient Krylov subspace iterative (i.e., BICGSTAB) method. The efficiency of the proposed method has been confirmed with several test examples and it is clear that the results are acceptable and found to be in good agreement with exact solutions. We have compared the numerical results of the proposed method with radial basis function method and differential quadrature method. Also, the method is simple, efficient and produces very accurate numerical results in considerably small number of basis functions and hence reduces computational effort. 

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