By Michael Renardy Robert C. Rogers
Partial differential equations are primary to the modeling of common phenomena. the will to appreciate the suggestions of those equations has constantly had a well-known position within the efforts of mathematicians and has encouraged such diversified fields as advanced functionality conception, sensible research, and algebraic topology. This booklet, intended for a starting graduate viewers, presents an intensive creation to partial differential equations.
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K. 31) As for systems of algebraic equations, well-posed problems require equal numbers of equations and unknowns, so we shall assume that the operators Lij form a square matrix L. The generalization of the notions above is in principle quite straightforward. 9. 32) 1 We shall not give a general deﬁnition of what it means to be nonstrictly hyperbolic, although such deﬁnitions exist. Below we shall deﬁne nonstrict hyperbolicity for ﬁrstorder systems. 1. Classiﬁcation and Characteristics 43 and equations without real characteristic surfaces are called elliptic.
87) only when λ = −n2 π 2 , n = 1, 2, 3, . . 94) in which case the collection of solutions reduces to u(x, t) = Ae−n 2 π2 t sin nπx. 96) n=1 where An are equal to the Fourier coeﬃcients of f . 1 concerning the series solution of Laplace’s equation can be asked again about this solution of the heat equation. (Does the series converge? ) Once again, general answers await later chapters. 18. 87). 58). 96) to deﬁne our solution. ∞ u(x, t) := k=0 2 2 4(−1)k e−(2k+1) π t sin(2k + 1)πx. 97) Instability of backwards heat equation In this section we consider the following problem.
98). 101) n=1 where An are the Fourier coeﬃcients of f . The derivation is almost exactly the same as before with the sole diﬀerence that we end up with exponentials that grow rather than decay with time. As a result we can get the following instability result that states that we can ﬁnd initial data for which the solution of the backwards heat equation blows up as quickly as desired. 19. 101) that satisﬁes u(·, T ) Here f C([0,1]) C([0,1]) ≥ M. 103) denotes the max of |f | on [0, 1]. Proof. Choose n suﬃciently large so that n2 π 2 T ≥ ln M .
An Introduction to Partial Differential Equations, 2nd edition by Michael Renardy Robert C. Rogers