periodic wave

periodic wave

[¦pir·ē¦äd·ik ′wāv]
(physics)
A wave whose displacement has a periodic variation with time or distance, or both.
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However, to the best of our knowledge, few researchers have studied the existence of periodic wave solutions and the nonexistence of solitary wave solutions for the singular p-Laplacian problems with impulsive effects.
obtained new periodic kink-wave and kinky periodic wave solutions for (1) in [34].
The frequency of the periodic wave was chosen so that a quasi-static regimen is achieved during each cycle, allowing for the vanishing of the transient during each ramp and each flat, while the periodic character of the load still permits the use of a manageable number of terms of the Fourier series to compute the forced response.
In Section 4, we will obtain shock soliton, bright soliton, two-peak bright soliton, dark soliton, two-peak dark soliton, and periodic wave solutions and analyze the dynamic features of soliton solutions by using some figures.
Some exact peakon, solitary, and smooth periodic wave solutions will be presented.
Li, "Extended E-expansion method and periodic wave solutions for the generalized Zakharov equations," Physics Letters A, vol.
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And so, the single middle full cycle minizone, in accordance with the corresponding time period, can be looked on as the periodic extension base of the periodic wave, and the single cycle waveform is shown as Figure 4.
that is a finite almost periodic wave packet in the vicinity of a first longitudinal resonance of the stepped bar (see below).
Zhao, "Jacobi elliptic function expansion method and periodic wave solutions of nonlinear wave equations," Physics Letters A, vol.

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