Approximate Method of Riemann-Hilbert Problem for Elliptic Complex Equations of First Order in Multiply Connected Unbounded Domains
Abstract:

In this article, we discuss the approximate method of solving the Riemann-Hilbert boundary value problem for nonlinear uniformly elliptic complex equation of first order (0.1)

with the boundary conditions (0.2)

in a multiply connected unbounded domain D, the above boundary value problem will be called Problem A. If the complex Equation (0.1) satisfies the conditions similar to Condition C of (1.1), and the boundary condition (0.2) satisfies the conditions similar to (1.5), then we can obtain approximate solutions of the boundary value problems (0.1) and (0.2). Moreover the error estimates of approximate solutions for the boundary value problem is also given. The boundary value problem possesses many applications in mechanics and physics etc., for instance from (5.114) and (5.115), Chapter VI, , we see that Problem A of (0.1) possesses the important application to the shell and elasticity.

Cite this paper: G. Wen, "Approximate Method of Riemann-Hilbert Problem for Elliptic Complex Equations of First Order in Multiply Connected Unbounded Domains," Applied Mathematics, Vol. 4 No. 1, 2013, pp. 84-90. doi: 10.4236/am.2013.41015.
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