A singular integral equation for an electric dipole has been obtained, which makes it possible to take into account the finite conductivity of the metal from which it is made. The derivation of the singular integral equation is based on the application of the Greens function for free space, written in a cylindrical coordinate system, taking into account the absence of the dependence of the field on the azimuthal coordinate, on a point source located on the surface of an electric dipole. Methods for its solution are proposed. In contrast to the well-known mathematical models of an electric dipole, built in the approximation of an ideal conductor, the use of the singular integral equation obtained in this work makes it possible to take into account heat losses and calculate the efficiency.
There are very few papers that talk about the global convergence of iterative methods with the help of Banach spaces. The main purpose of this paper is to discuss the global convergence of third order iterative method. The convergence analysis of this method is proposed under the assumptions that Fréchet derivative of first order satisfies continuity condition of the Hölder. Finally, we consider some integral equation and boundary value problem (BVP) in order to illustrate the suitability of theoretical results.
The method of continuously distributed dislocations is used to study the distribution of screw dislocations in a linear array piled up near the interface of a two-phase isotropic elastic thin film with equal thickness in each phase. The resulting singular integral equation is solved numerically using the Gauss–Chebyshev integration formula to arrive at the dislocation distribution function and the number of dislocations in the pileup.
Differential and integral equations in reflexive Banach spaces have gained great attention and hve been investigated in many studies and monographs. Inspired by those, we study the existence of the solution to a delay functional integral equation of Volterra-Stieltjes type and its corresponding delay-functional integro-differential equation in reflexive Banach space E. Sufficient conditions for the uniqueness of the solutions are given. The continuous dependence of the solutions on the delay function, the initial data, and some others parameters are proved.
In this manuscript, two new classes of generalized weakly contractions are introduced and common fixed point results concerning the new contractions are proved in the context of rectangular
-metric spaces. Also, some examples are included to present the validity of our theorems. As an application, we provide the existence and uniqueness of solution of an integral equation.
In this paper we propose an approximation method for solving second kind Volterra integral equation systems by radial basis functions. It is based on the minimization of a suitable functional in a discrete space generated by compactly supported radial basis functions of Wendland type. We prove two convergence results, and we highlight this because most recent published papers in the literature do not include any. We present some numerical examples in order to show and justify the validity of the proposed method. Our proposed technique gives an acceptable accuracy with small use of the data, resulting also in a low computational cost.
We study the inverse scattering problem for a Schrödinger operator related to a static wave operator with variable velocity, using the GLM (Gelfand–Levitan–Marchenko) integral equation. We assume to have noisy scattering data, and we derive a stability estimate for the error of the solution of the GLM integral equation by showing the invertibility of the GLM operator between suitable function spaces. To regularise the problem, we formulate a variational total least squares problem, and we show that, under certain regularity assumptions, the optimisation problem admits minimisers. Finally, we compute numerically the regularised solution of the GLM equation using the total least squares method in a discrete sense.