biharmonic function

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biharmonic function

[¦bī·här′män·ik ′fəŋk·shən]
(mathematics)
A solution to the partial differential equation Δ2 u (x,y,z) = 0, where Δ is the Laplacian operator; occurs frequently in problems in electrostatics.
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Particularly, for the inhomogeneous biharmonic equation, analogous results are presented in [16,18].
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Thus, we have to solve the biharmonic equation [[DELTA].
The solutions of the above biharmonic equation which do not depends on [theta] (also called radial) satisfy the equation [([[partial derivative].
the controlled heat equation which represents a boundary reaction in diffusion of chemicals [12], the two dimensional biharmonic equation in a semi-infinite strip [5, 11], dynamic processes in chemical reactors [15] and deformed Pohlmeyer equation [21].
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PIRONNEAU, Numerical methods for the first biharmonic equation and for the two-dimensional Stokes problem, SIAM Rev.
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of Mississippi) discuss the Trefftz method for collocation by describing coupling techniques, biharmonic equations and combinations of collocation and finite element methods for advanced students in mathematics.