By H. S. Carslaw
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The characteristic equation is easy to integrate. 1 Hyperbolic The characteristic equation is √ B± ∆ dy = . 2) 2A √ B− ∆ x. 1) is not valid. 5) which is only linear and thus we get only one characteristic family. 6) B +C ζx ζx which is quadratic. Now ζy dx =− ζx dy and so √ dx B ± B2 − 4 · 0 · C B±B = = dy 2C 2C or dx dx B = 0, = . 9) η = x − y. 14). 1) is dy B = . dx 2A Thus B x. 1) 2A Again η is chosen judiciously but in such a way that the Jacobian of the transformation is not zero. Can A be zero in this case?
Once we have the point, we can then solve for u at that point. 4) du =0 dt u(ξ, 0) = f (ξ). 7) dx = c(f (ξ)) dt x = tc(f (ξ)) + ξ. 7) to get the solution. To check our solution, we compute the ﬁrst partial derivatives of u du dξ ∂u = ∂t dξ dt du dξ ∂u = . 8) with respect to x and t we have 1 = tc (f (ξ))f (ξ)ξx + ξx 0 = c(f (ξ)) + tc (f (ξ))f (ξ)ξt + ξt correspondingly. 9) 1 f (ξ). 1) results in an identity. 7). 45 The initial condition Example 3 ∂u ∂u +u =0 ∂t ∂x u(x, 0) = 3x. 12) The equivalent system of ODEs is du =0 dt dx = u.
1) where u is a vector valued function of t, x, y. The system is called hyperbolic at a point (t, x) if the eigenvalues of A are all real and distinct. Similarly at a point (t, y) if the eigenvalues of B are real and distinct. 5) . 7) or λ = c, −c. Therefore the system is hyperbolic, which we knew in advance since the system is the familiar wave equation. 11) . 13) or λ = i, −i. Therefore the system is elliptic. In fact, this system is the same as Laplace’s equation. 6 General Solution As we mentioned earlier, sometimes we can get the general solution of an equation by transforming it to a canonical form.