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The start point of the dual phase lag equation (DPLE) formulation is the generalized Fourier law in which two positive constants (the relaxation and thermalization times) appear. This type of equation can be used (among others) to describe the heat conduction processes proceeding in micro-scale. Depending on the number of components in the development of the generalized Fourier law into a power series, one can obtain both the first-order DPLE and the second-order one. In this paper the first-order dual phase lag equation is considered. The primary objective of this research is the transformation of DPLE differential form to the integro-differential one supplemented by the appropriate boundary-initial conditions. The obtained form of the differential equation is much simpler and more convenient at the stage of numerical computations – the numerical algorithm based on the three-time-level scheme reduces to the two-time-level one. To find the numerical solution, the Control Volume Method is used (the heating of thin metal film subjected to a laser beam is considered). The choice of the numerical method was not accidental. The method has a simple physical interpretation ensuring the preservation of the local and global energy balances. To our knowledge, it has not been used so far in this type of tasks. In the final part of the paper the examples of numerical simulations are presented and the conclusions are formulated.
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Let Xu(t) be a controlled Wiener process with jumps that are uniformly distributed over the interval [−c, c]. The aim is to minimize the time spent by Xu(t) in the interval [a, b]. The integro- differential equation, satisfied by the value function, is transformed into an ordinary differential equation and is solved explicitly for a particular case. The approximate solution obtained is precise when c is small.
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In this work we investigate integro-differential initial value problems with Riemann Liouville fractional derivatives where the forcing function is a sum of an increasing function and a decreasing function. We will apply the method of lower and upper solutions and develop two monotone iterative techniques by constructing two sequences that converge uniformly and monotonically to minimal and maximal solutions. In the first theorem we will construct two natural sequences and in the second theorem we will construct two intertwined sequences. Finally, we illustrate our results with an example.
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The paper concerns a numerical method that deals with the computations of the fractional derivative in Caputo and Riemann-Liouville definitions. The method can be applied in time stepping processes of initial value problems. The name of the method is SubIval, which is an acronym of its previous name – the subinterval-based method. Its application in solving systems of fractional order state equations is presented. The method has been implemented into an ActiveX DLL. Exemplary MATLAB and Mathematica codes are given, which provide guidance on how the DLL can be used.
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Artykuł dotyczy numerycznej metody, którą wykorzystać można do obliczeń pochodnej ułamkowego rzędu w definicji Caputo i Riemanna-Liouville’a. Metoda ta może być wykorzystana przy rozwiązywaniu zagadnień początkowych. Metoda nosi nazwę SubIval, co jest akronimem jej poprzedniej, anglojęzycznej nazwy „subinterval-based method” (metoda podprzedziałów). Przedstawiono jej zastosowanie w rozwiązywaniu równań stanu ułamkowego rzędu. Metoda została zaimplementowana w bibliotece DLL z obsługą ActiveX. Przedstawiono przykładowe kody obliczeniowe (w oprogramowaniach MATLAB i Mathematica), które zawierają wskazówki dotyczące zastosowania biblioteki.
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This article is concerned with the study of the Borel summability of divergent power series solutions for certain singular first-order linear partial differential equations of nilpotent type. Our main purpose is to obtain conditions which coefficients of equations should satisfy in order to ensure the Borel summability of divergent solutions. We will see that there is a close affinity between the Borel summability of divergent solutions and global analytic continuation properties for coefficients of equations.
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In the present paper, we investigate the existence, uniqueness and continuous dependence of mild solutions of an impulsive neutral integro-differential equations with nonlocal condition in Banach spaces. We use Banach contraction principle and the theory of fractional power of operators to obtain our results.
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In the present paper, we investigate the existence, uniqueness and continuous dependence on initial data of mild solutions of second order nonlocal semilinear functional integro-differential equations of more general type with delay in Banach spaces. Our analysis is based on the theory of strongly continuous cosine family of operators and modified version of Banach contraction theorem.
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A method of optimal control problems investigation for linear partial integro-differential equations of convolution type is proposed, when control process is carried out by boundary functions and right hand side of equation. Using Fourier real generalized integral transform control problem solution is reduced to minimization procedure of chosen optimality criterion under constraints of equality type on desired control function. Optimality of control impacts is obtained for two criteria, evaluating their linear momentum and total energy. Necessary and sufficient conditions of control problem solvability are obtained for both criteria. Numerical calculations are done and control functions are plotted for both cases of control process realization.
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The paper contains an existence theorem for local solutions of an initial value problem for a nonlinear integro-differential equation in Banach spaces. The assumptions and proofs are expressed in terms of measures of noncompactness.
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Application of muscle model to the musculoskeletal modeling
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The purpose of this paper is to investigate new fusiform muscle models. Each of these models treats a muscle as a system composed of parts characterized by different mechanical properties. These models explain the influence of differences in the stiffness of lateral parts and the degree of muscle model discretization. Each muscle model is described by a system of differential equations and a single integro-differential equation. Responses of fifty-four muscle model forms are examined using a complex exertion composed of three types: eccentric-concentric exertion, isokinetic-isometric exertion and step exertion.
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In this paper, the Monch fixed point theorem is used to investigate the existence of solutions of initial value problem (IVP, for short) for second order nonlinear integro-differential equations on infinite intervals in a Banach space. At the same time, the uniqueness of solution for IVP is obtained also.
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The study of dynamics of packages of mass m delivered from a conveyor to a smooth circular ramp of radius r is important in transport technology and engineering dynamics. The present paper is devoted to reanalysing this problem since the inclusion of frictional forces results in an integro-differential equation that in general needs the utilisation of Neumann-series. The integro-differential equation thus obtained is transformed into a first order differential equation that can easily be solved analytically.
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On an initial value problem for singular integro-differential equations
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The purpose of this paper is to study the existence and asymptotic behaviour of solutions of a nonlinear singular integro-differential equation.
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