Author(s): B. Lonsdale, M.I.G. Bloor & M.A. Kelmanson
Presented herein is a novel and widely-applicable iterative integral-equation
method for the solution of 6th-order PDEs; one such example arising in the theory
of rotating viscous fluids is presented by way of demonstration of the method's ac-
The nature of the formulation permits its extension to a variety of other
PDEs, and so the method has the potential for widespread applications.
We present a boundary-integral-equation method which introduces an iterative tech-
nique for solving inhomogeneous 6th order PDEs of the form V^/> = /(•*/> ), where
/ is a known function.
Traditional boundary element procedures would solve this
problem via a problem-specific Green's function Gf satisfying V^G/ - /(G/) =
8(x — Xo)8(y — t/o), where 8 is the Dirac delta funct...
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Paper DOI: 10.2495/BT960361
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