Exact Travelling Wave Solutions of Two Nonlinear Schrödinger Equations by Using Two Methods
Abstract: The special kind of (G’/G)-expansion method and the new mapping method are easy and significant mathematical methods. In this paper, exact travelling wave solutions of the higher order dispersive Cubic-quintic nonlinear Schrödinger equation and the generalized nonlinear Schrödinger equation are studied by using the two methods. Finally, the solitary wave solutions, singular soliton solutions, bright and dark soliton solutions and periodic solutions of the two nonlinear Schrödinger equations are obtained. The results show that this method is effective for solving exact solutions of nonlinear partial differential equations.

1. Introduction

The nonlinear PDE is an important model for describing the problems of Nonlinear phenomenon, such as hydrodynamics, plasma physics, chemical dynamics, photobiology, solid physics, Marine and atmospheric phenomena, and so on. It can be seen from these fields that the travelling wave solutions of nonlinear evolution equations play an important role in the study. In order to find the exact solutions of nonlinear partial differential Equations (PDEs), pioneers presented the following these methods, such as the first integral method , Jacobi elliptic function expansion method , F expansion method , exp-function method , the Kudryashov method , the improved $\left({G}^{\prime }/G\right)$ -expansion method , the tanh-coth method , tanh-sech method , projective Riccati equation method , Kudryashov method , sine-cosine method , Hirota bilinear method , bifurcation theory method of dynamic systems  and so on.

In this article, we consider the higher order dispersive Cubic-quintic nonlinear Schrödinger Equation (NLSE), see  and the generalized nonlinear Schrödinger Equation (GNLSE), see  :

$i{q}_{Z}-\frac{{\beta }_{2}}{2}{q}_{t}{}_{t}+{\gamma }_{1}{|q|}^{2}q-i\frac{{\beta }_{3}}{6}{q}_{t}{{}_{t}}_{t}-\frac{{\beta }_{4}}{24}{q}_{t}{{}_{t}}_{t}{}_{t}+{\gamma }_{2}{|q|}^{4}q=0,$ (1)

and

$i{u}_{t}-{r}_{2}{u}_{x}{}_{x}+{c}_{3}{|u|}^{2}u=i{\left[\left({s}_{0}+{s}_{2}{|u|}^{2}\right)u\right]}_{x}-{c}_{5}{|u|}^{4}u.$ (2)

where ${\beta }_{2},{\beta }_{3},{\beta }_{4},{\gamma }_{1},{\gamma }_{2},{r}_{2},{c}_{3},{c}_{5},{s}_{0},{s}_{2}$ are real constants. q, u are complex functions.

In 2014, Kudryashov  substantiated that the $\left({G}^{\prime }/G\right)$ -expansion method together with the linear ordinary differential equation ${G}^{″}-\lambda {G}^{\prime }-\mu G=0,\lambda ,\mu \in \Re$ is identical to the well-known tanh-method. Furthermore, In 2014, Alam and Akbar   researched extremely significant extension of the $\left({G}^{\prime }/G\right)$ -expansion method to receive exact travelling wave solutions of nonlinear evolution equations, For the new mapping method, scholars introduced this method, see   , and gave the specific solving process for nonlinear PDE.

For the higher order dispersive Cubic-quintic NLSE, In 2017, Zayed and Nowehy  incorporated the solution Ansatz method with the Jacobi elliptic equation method to obtain several integrations denoted Jacobi elliptic function of the equation. In 2017, Arshad, sedawy and Lu  used an improved direct algebraic extension method to present bright and dark wave solutions and soliton wave solutions of higher order dispersive Cubic-quintic NLSEs. In addition, there is an amount of paper    where the various types of the equation are studied. For the GNLSE, In 2010, Geng and Li by using the dynamic system method and bifurcation theory, studies the travelling wave solution of the GNLSE and high order dispersion NLSE. the solitary wave solutions, kink and reverse kink wave solutions and periodic wave solutions are obtained. In 2007, Huang, Li and Zhang  through the study a class of nonlinear term six times of first order nonlinear ODE and applies it to the GNLSE. New accurate traveling wave solutions, such as light and dark isolated wave solutions, triangular periodic wave solutions and singular solutions are obtained. In addition, this GNLSE was studied, see   .

The rest of the article is organized as follows: Section 2, we mainly describe the basic idea of the special kind of $\left({G}^{\prime }/G\right)$ -expansion method and the new mapping method briefly. In Section 3 and 4, we use these two methods to solve two NLSEs in detail. Some conclusions are drawn in Section 4.

2. Introduction of Two Methods

Method 1: The special kind of $\left({G}^{\prime }/G\right)$ -expansion method.

Consider the general nonlinear PDE of the form:

$P\left(u,{u}_{t},{u}_{x},{u}_{x}{}_{x},{u}_{t}{}_{t},{u}_{x}{}_{t},{u}_{x}{{}_{x}}_{x},\cdots \right)=0.$ (3)

where P is a polynomial in its arguments.

In order to transform the Equation (3) into an ODE, we suppose that

$u\left(x,t\right)=u\left(\xi \right),\xi =x-ct.$ (4)

where c is a constant, then

$\frac{\partial }{\partial t}\left(\cdot \right)=-c\frac{\partial }{\partial \xi }\left(\cdot \right),\frac{\partial }{\partial x}\left(\cdot \right)=\frac{\partial }{\partial \xi }\left(\cdot \right),\frac{{\partial }^{2}}{\partial {t}^{2}}\left(\cdot \right)={c}^{2}\frac{{\partial }^{2}}{\partial {\xi }^{2}}\left(\cdot \right),\cdots .$ (5)

Step 1: According to above supposing, the Equation (3) has the following nonlinear ODE form:

$Q\left(u,{u}_{\xi },{u}_{\xi }{}_{\xi },\cdots \right)=0.$ (6)

where the subscript denotes the derivation with respect to $\xi$ .

Step 2: Suppose that the Equation (6) has non-integer balance number N. the solution of the Equation (6) can be written in the following special form, see    :

$u\left(\xi \right)=\Omega {\left(\frac{{G}^{\prime }}{G}\right)}^{N}.$ (7)

where $G\left(\xi \right)$ satisfies the linear ODE:

${G}^{″}\left(\xi \right)+\lambda {G}^{\prime }\left(\xi \right)+\mu G\left(\xi \right)=0.$ (8)

Step 3: Firstly, determining the balance number N by balancing the high order derivative and the highest power of the nonlinear term in Equation (6).

Step 4: Then, substituting the Equations (7) and (8) into the Equation (6), and make the coefficients of $\left[\frac{{G}^{\prime }\left(\xi \right)}{G\left(\xi \right)}\right]$ all zero, and get a set of algebraic equations, which can be solved by Maple software to find $\Omega ,\lambda ,\mu ,c$ .

Step 5: Finally by solving Equation (8) for $\left[\frac{{G}^{\prime }\left(\xi \right)}{G\left(\xi \right)}\right]$ ratio, the Equation (3) exact solutions are obtained.

Method 2: The new mapping method.

Step 1: We suppose that the Equation (6) has the formal solution:

$u\left(\xi \right)=F\left(\phi \left(\xi \right)\right).$ (9)

where F is an appropriate variable transformation, and $\phi \left(\xi \right)$ satisfies the following equation:

${{\phi }^{\prime }}^{2}\left(\xi \right)=\delta +\alpha {\phi }^{2}\left(\xi \right)+\frac{\beta }{2}{\phi }^{4}\left(\xi \right)+\frac{\gamma }{3}{\phi }^{6}\left(\xi \right).$ (10)

where $\delta ,\alpha ,\beta ,\gamma$ are arbitrary constant to be determined.

Step 2: It can be seen from the solution  that the Equation (9) has the formal solutions with $\gamma \ne 0$ .

${\phi }_{1}\left(\xi \right)=4\sqrt{\frac{-\alpha {\mathrm{tanh}}^{2}\left(ϵ\sqrt{-\frac{\alpha }{3}}\xi \right)}{3\beta \left[3+{\mathrm{tanh}}^{2}\left(ϵ\sqrt{-\frac{\alpha }{3}}\xi \right)\right]}},\alpha <0,\beta >0,\gamma =\frac{3{\beta }^{2}}{16\alpha },\delta =\frac{16{\alpha }^{2}}{27\beta }.$ (11)

${\phi }_{2}\left(\xi \right)=4\sqrt{\frac{-\alpha {\mathrm{coth}}^{2}\left(ϵ\sqrt{-\frac{\alpha }{3}}\xi \right)}{3\beta \left[3+{\mathrm{coth}}^{2}\left(ϵ\sqrt{-\frac{\alpha }{3}}\xi \right)\right]}},\alpha <0,\beta >0,\gamma =\frac{3{\beta }^{2}}{16\alpha },\delta =\frac{16{\alpha }^{2}}{27\beta }.$ (12)

${\phi }_{3}\left(\xi \right)=4\sqrt{\frac{\alpha {\mathrm{tan}}^{2}\left(ϵ\sqrt{\frac{\alpha }{3}}\xi \right)}{3\beta \left[3-{\mathrm{tan}}^{2}\left(ϵ\sqrt{\frac{\alpha }{3}}\xi \right)\right]}},\alpha >0,\beta <0,\gamma =\frac{3{\beta }^{2}}{16\alpha },\delta =\frac{16{\alpha }^{2}}{27\beta }.$ (13)

${\phi }_{4}\left(\xi \right)=4\sqrt{\frac{\alpha {\mathrm{cot}}^{2}\left(ϵ\sqrt{\frac{\alpha }{3}}\xi \right)}{3\beta \left[3-{\mathrm{cot}}^{2}\left(ϵ\sqrt{\frac{\alpha }{3}}\xi \right)\right]}},\alpha >0,\beta <0,\gamma =\frac{3{\beta }^{2}}{16\alpha },\delta =\frac{16{\alpha }^{2}}{27\beta }.$ (14)

${\phi }_{5}\left(\xi \right)=\sqrt{\frac{-2\alpha }{\beta }\left[1+\mathrm{tanh}\left(ϵ\sqrt{\alpha }\xi \right)\right]},\alpha >0,\gamma =\frac{3{\beta }^{2}}{16\alpha },\delta =0.$ (15)

${\phi }_{6}\left(\xi \right)=\sqrt{\frac{-2\alpha }{\beta }\left[1+\mathrm{coth}\left(ϵ\sqrt{\alpha }\xi \right)\right]},\alpha >0,\gamma =\frac{3{\beta }^{2}}{16\alpha },\delta =0.$ (16)

${\phi }_{7}\left(\xi \right)=\sqrt{\frac{-6\alpha \beta {\text{sech}}^{2}\left(\sqrt{\alpha }\xi \right)}{3{\beta }^{2}-4\alpha \gamma {\left[1+ϵ\mathrm{tanh}\left(\sqrt{\alpha }\xi \right)\right]}^{2}}},\alpha >0,\delta =0.$ (17)

${\phi }_{8}\left(\xi \right)=\sqrt{\frac{6\alpha \beta {\text{csch}}^{2}\left(\sqrt{\alpha }\xi \right)}{3{\beta }^{2}-4\alpha \gamma {\left[1+ϵ\mathrm{coth}\left(\sqrt{\alpha }\xi \right)\right]}^{2}}},\alpha >0,\delta =0.$ (18)

${\phi }_{9}\left(\xi \right)=\sqrt{\frac{-6\alpha {\text{sech}}^{2}\left(\sqrt{\alpha }\xi \right)}{3\beta +4ϵ\sqrt{3\alpha \gamma }\mathrm{tanh}\left(\sqrt{\alpha }\xi \right)}},\alpha >0,\gamma >0,\delta =0.$ (19)

${\phi }_{10}\left(\xi \right)=\sqrt{\frac{6\alpha {\text{csch}}^{2}\left(\sqrt{\alpha }\xi \right)}{3\beta +4ϵ\sqrt{3\alpha \gamma }\mathrm{coth}\left(\sqrt{\alpha }\xi \right)}},\alpha >0,\gamma >0,\delta =0.$ (20)

${\phi }_{11}\left(\xi \right)=\sqrt{\frac{-6\alpha {\text{sech}}^{2}\left(\sqrt{-\alpha }\xi \right)}{3\beta +4ϵ\sqrt{-3\alpha \gamma }\mathrm{tanh}\left(\sqrt{-\alpha }\xi \right)}},\alpha <0,\gamma >0,\delta =0.$ (21)

${\phi }_{12}\left(\xi \right)=\sqrt{\frac{-6\alpha {\text{csch}}^{2}\left(\sqrt{-\alpha }\xi \right)}{3\beta +4ϵ\sqrt{-3\alpha \gamma }\mathrm{coth}\left(\sqrt{-\alpha }\xi \right)}},\alpha <0,\gamma >0,\delta =0.$ (22)

${\phi }_{13}\left(\xi \right)=2\sqrt{\frac{3\alpha }{ϵ\sqrt{Q}\mathrm{cosh}\left(2\sqrt{\alpha }\xi \right)-3\beta }},\alpha >0,Q>0,\delta =0.$ (23)

${\phi }_{14}\left(\xi \right)=2\sqrt{\frac{3\alpha ϵ\text{sech}\left(2\sqrt{\alpha }\xi \right)}{\sqrt{Q}-3ϵ\beta \text{sech}\left(2\sqrt{\alpha }\xi \right)}},\alpha >0,Q>0,\delta =0.$ (24)

${\phi }_{15}\left(\xi \right)=2\sqrt{\frac{3\alpha {\text{sech}}^{2}\left(ϵ\sqrt{\alpha }\xi \right)}{2\sqrt{Q}-\left(\sqrt{Q}+3\beta \right){\text{sech}}^{2}\left(ϵ\sqrt{\alpha }\xi \right)}},\alpha >0,\beta <0,\gamma <0,Q>0,\delta =0.$ (25)

${\phi }_{16}\left(\xi \right)=2\sqrt{\frac{3\alpha {\text{csch}}^{2}\left(ϵ\sqrt{\alpha }\xi \right)}{2\sqrt{Q}+\left(\sqrt{Q}-3\beta \right){\text{csch}}^{2}\left(ϵ\sqrt{\alpha }\xi \right)}},\alpha >0,\beta <0,\gamma <0,Q>0,\delta =0.$ (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33)

where .

Step 3: Substituting the solutions (11) - (33) into Equation (9) to get the exact solutions of Equation (3).

3. Application of the Special Kind of -Expansion Method

In this section, we apply the special kind of -expansion method to solve the two higher order NLSE.

Firstly, for Equation (1). We suppose that the Equation (1) has the following solution: (34)

where . And are real parameters, is real function.

Substituting Equation (34) into Equation (1), and putting imaginary and real part are zero respectively: (35) (36)

Differentiating Equation (35) once, and substituting the resultant equation into Equation (36), we let , , and. then we can get

(37)

Multiplying (37) by and integrating once with respect to, we have the auxiliary equation:

(38)

where, , , , and is the integral constant.

Secondly, for Equation (2), We suppose that the Equation (2) has the following solution:

(39)

where. And are real parameters.

Substituting Equation (39) into Equation (2), and putting real and imaginary part are zero respectively:

(40)

(41)

Integrating Equation (40) once, and substituting the resultant equation into Equation (41),

(42)

Multiplying (42) by and integrating once with respect to, we have the auxiliary equation:

(43)

If we make again, , , , and is the integral constant.

Then, Observed Equations (38) and (43), to find the exact solutions of the them, we only need to discuss one of these equations. Next, we will give the solving process of the Equation (38).

Now we will use the special expansion method to solve Equation (38), therefore, according to Section 2 as follows: Balancing with

yields, then Equation (38) solution has the following solution:

(44)

where is the constant to be determined, satisfy Equation (8), Substituting Equation (44) and Equation (8) into Equation (38), we get the following equation:

(45)

By comparing the power coefficient of the Equation (45), we can get the algebraic equations:

(46)

Using Maple solving them, we can obtain the following coefficients:

(47)

Then, the new exact solution of Equation (38) is:

(48)

where, and are arbitrary integral constants and.

In particular, If we choose, then we can get the dark soliton solutions of Equation (38):

(49)

If we choose, then we can get the singular soliton solutions Equation (38):

(50)

where satisfy the constraint condition:, , and.

4. Application of the New Mapping Method

In this section, we apply the new mapping method to solve the two higher order NLSE.

Firstly, we rewrite the Equation (38) to take the following form:

(51)

where, , , , is the integral constant.

According to Section 2, the method is applied to Equation (51), then the solution of Equation (51) is obtained as follows:

1) If, Then, we derive from Equation (11) and Equation (12) that Equation (51) has the solitary wave solutions:

(52)

and

(53)

where satisfy the constraint condition:, , , and.

2) If, Then, we derive from Equation (13) and Equation (14) that Equation (51) has the periodic solutions:

(54)

and

(55)

where satisfy the constraint condition:, , , and.

3) If, Then, we derive from Equation (15) and Equation (16) that Equation (51) has the Dark soliton solutions:

(56)

and the singular soliton solutions:

(57)

where satisfy the constraint condition:, , , and.

4) If, Then, we derive from Equation (17) and Equation (18) that Equation (51) has the solitary wave solutions:

(58)

and the singular soliton solutions:

(59)

where satisfy the constraint condition:, , , , , and.

5) If, Then, we derive from Equation (19) and Equation (20) that Equation (51) has the solitary wave solutions:

(60)

and

(61)

where the Equation (60) satisfy the constraint condition:, , , , , , and.

where the Equation (61) satisfy the constraint condition:, , , , , , and.

6) If, Then, we derive from Equation (21) and Equation (22) that Equation (51) has the periodic solutions:

(62)

and

(63)

where satisfy the constraint condition:, , , , , , and.

7) If, Then, we derive from Equation (23) and Equation (24) that Equation (51) has the bright soliton solutions:

(64)

where satisfy the constraint condition:, , , , , and.

8) If, Then, we derive from Equation (25) and Equation (26) that Equation (51) has the bright soliton solutions:

(65)

and the singular soliton solutions:

(66)

where satisfy the constraint condition:, , , , , and.

9) If, Then, we derive from Equation (27) and Equation (28) that Equation (51) has the periodic solutions:

(67)

and

(68)

where satisfy the constraint condition:, , , , , and.

10) If, Then, we derive from Equation (29) and Equation (30) that Equation (51) has the periodic solutions:

(69)

and

(70)

where satisfy the constraint condition:, , , , , and.

5. Conclusion

The special kind of -expansion, the new mapping method successfully solved the higher order dispersion nonlinear schrodinger equation and the generalized nonlinear schrodinger equation, and new exact travelling wave solutions are obtained. It includes the solitary wave solutions, singular soliton solutions, bright and dark soliton solutions and periodic solutions. Compared with other methods, it is an effective method to solve the exact traveling wave solution, therefore, this method can be extended to solve other nonlinear PDEs.

Cite this paper: Zhang, Q. , Xiong, M. and Chen, L. (2019) Exact Travelling Wave Solutions of Two Nonlinear Schr&#246;dinger Equations by Using Two Methods. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, 7, 3101-3115. doi: 10.4236/jamp.2019.712218.
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