doi: 10.3934/dcdss.2020125

On the new wave solutions to the Wu-Zhang system by expansion methods

Department of Mathematics and Science Education, Faculty of Education, Ordu University, Turkey

* Corresponding author: tolgaakturkk@gmail.com

Received  April 2019 Revised  May 2019 Published  October 2019

In this article, Some solitary wave solutions to the Wu-Zhang system are obtained by using the modified expansion function method and the sine-Gordon expansion method. We get solitary wave solutions with the hyperbolic function structures and trigonometric to this nonlinear model. Two and three-dimensional graphics are plotted by choosing the appropriate parameters values. All the solutions obtained satisfy the system of equations in the model. All mathematical calculations in this work are done with the help of Wolfram Mathematica software.

Citation: Tolga Aktürk. On the new wave solutions to the Wu-Zhang system by expansion methods. Discrete & Continuous Dynamical Systems - S, doi: 10.3934/dcdss.2020125
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K. Khan and M. Ali Akbar, Application of exp-expansion method to find the exact solutions of modified Benjamin-Bona-Mahony equation, World Applied Sciences Journal, 24 (2013), 1373–1377. Google Scholar

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[24]

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Figure 1.  The 3-dimensional, density and 2-dimensional graphs of Eq. (30) under the values $ k=1,\, \, \lambda =3,E=0.75\, ,c=1,\, \, $$ B_{0} =0.35 $ and $ t=1 $ for the 2D graph
Figure 2.  The 3-dimensional, density and 2-dimensional graphs of Eq. (32) under the values $ k=1,\, \, \lambda =3,\, \, c=1\, ,B_{0} =0.35 $$ ,E=0.75 $ and $ t=1 $ for the 2D graph
Figure 3.  The 3-dimensional, density and 2-dimensional graphs of Eq. (34) under the values $ k=1,\, \, \lambda =3,\, \, c=1, $$ E=0.75\, $$ \, B_{0} =0.35 $and $ t=1 $ for the 2D graph
Figure 4.  The 3-dimensional, density and 2-dimensional graphs of Eq. (36) under the values $ k=1,\, \, c=1,\lambda =3,\, $$ E=0.75\, , $$ s=1 $ and$ B_{0} =0.35, $$ t=1 $ for the 2D graph
Figure 5.  The 3-dimensional, density and 2-dimensional graphs of Eq. (38) under the values $ k=1,\, \, c=1,\lambda =3\, ,\, \, s=1, $$ B_{0} =0.35,E=0.75 $and $ t=1 $ for the 2D graph
Figure 6.  The 3-dimensional, density and 2-dimensional graphs of Eq. (40) under the values $ k=1,\, \, c=1,\lambda =3\, ,\, \, s=1, $$ B_{0} =0.35,E=0.75 $ and $ t=1 $ for the 2D graph
Figure 7.  The 3-dimensional, density and 2-dimensional graphs of the imaginary and real part of the Eq.(43)
Figure 8.  The 3-dimensional, density and 2-dimensional graphs of the equation (45)
Figure 9.  The 3-dimensional, density and 2-dimensional graphs of Eq.(47)
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