Boussinesq equation

Boussinesq equation

[′bü·si′nesk i′kwā·shən]
(engineering)
A relation used to calculate the influence of a concentrated load on the backfill behind a retaining wall.
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Boussinesq equation was derived for wave field without energy dissipation under the assumption of inviscid and irrotational flow, and is not theoretically applicable to wave fields with energy dissipation, such as breaking waves and turbulent flow field around coastal structures.
The strategy is to express the abstract Boussinesq equation as an integral equation with operator coefficient, to treat in the nonlinearity as a small perturbation of the linear part of the equation, then use the contraction mapping theorem and utilize an estimate for solutions of the linearized version to obtain a priori estimates on E-valued [L.
Zhang, "New double periodic and multiple soliton solutions of the generalized (2 + 1)-dimensional Boussinesq equation," Chaos, Solitons and Fractals, vol.
The obtained dispersive wave equation can be reduced to the Boussinesq equation under following assumptions:
Explicit series solution of Boussinesq equation by homotopy analysis method, Journal of American Science, 8(11): 448-452.
From the original Boussinesq equation the famous Korteweg-de V ries (KdV) equation follows.
Classical and nonclassical symmetries of a generalized Boussinesq equation.
In recent years, with the development of fractional system rapidly, the classical Boussinesq equation evolves into the fractional Boussinesq equation, which is suitable for studying the water propagation through heterogeneous porous media [21-24].
Consideration of transient stream1aquifer interaction with the non-linear Boussinesq equation using HPM, Journal of King Saud University, Science, in press, DOI: 10.