Nonlinear partial differential equations emerge in an extensive variants of physical problems inclusive of fluid dynamics, solid mechanics, plasma physics, quantum field theory as well as mathematics and engineering. It has also been noticed that systems of nonlinear partial differential equations arise in biological and chemical applications. This article presents the analytical investigation of a completely generalized (3 + 1)-dimensional nonlinear potential Yu-Toda-Sasa-Fukuyama equation which has applications in the fields of engineering and physics. The generalized version of the potential Yu-Toda-Sasa-Fukuyama equation is more comprehensively studied in this paper compared to other research work previously done on the equation, with various new solutions of interests achieved. The theory of Lie group is applied to the nonlinear partial differential equation to basically reduce the equation to an integrable form which consequently allows for direct integration of the result. The rigorous process involved in performing a comprehensive reduction of the model under consideration using its Lie algebra makes it possible to achieve various nontrivial solutions. Besides, more general solutions are found via a well-known standard technique. In consequence, we secured diverse solitons and solutions of great interest including topological kink solitons, singular solitons, algebraic functions, exponential function, rational function, Weierstrass function, Jacobi elliptic function as well as series solutions of the underlying equation. Moreover, the completeness of the result was ascertained by presenting the solutions graphically. In addition, discussions of the pictorial representations of the results are done. Conclusively, we constructed conserved quantities of the underlying equation via both the variational and non-variational approaches using the classical Noether's theorem as well as the standard multiplier technique respectively. In addition, some pertinent observations made from the secured results via both techniques are analyzed.

Variational and non-variational approaches with Lie algebra of a generalized (3 + 1)-dimensional nonlinear potential Yu-Toda-Sasa-Fukuyama equation in Engineering and Physics

Villecco F.
2023

Abstract

Nonlinear partial differential equations emerge in an extensive variants of physical problems inclusive of fluid dynamics, solid mechanics, plasma physics, quantum field theory as well as mathematics and engineering. It has also been noticed that systems of nonlinear partial differential equations arise in biological and chemical applications. This article presents the analytical investigation of a completely generalized (3 + 1)-dimensional nonlinear potential Yu-Toda-Sasa-Fukuyama equation which has applications in the fields of engineering and physics. The generalized version of the potential Yu-Toda-Sasa-Fukuyama equation is more comprehensively studied in this paper compared to other research work previously done on the equation, with various new solutions of interests achieved. The theory of Lie group is applied to the nonlinear partial differential equation to basically reduce the equation to an integrable form which consequently allows for direct integration of the result. The rigorous process involved in performing a comprehensive reduction of the model under consideration using its Lie algebra makes it possible to achieve various nontrivial solutions. Besides, more general solutions are found via a well-known standard technique. In consequence, we secured diverse solitons and solutions of great interest including topological kink solitons, singular solitons, algebraic functions, exponential function, rational function, Weierstrass function, Jacobi elliptic function as well as series solutions of the underlying equation. Moreover, the completeness of the result was ascertained by presenting the solutions graphically. In addition, discussions of the pictorial representations of the results are done. Conclusively, we constructed conserved quantities of the underlying equation via both the variational and non-variational approaches using the classical Noether's theorem as well as the standard multiplier technique respectively. In addition, some pertinent observations made from the secured results via both techniques are analyzed.
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