Nonlinear wave modulation in nanorods using nonlocal elasticity theory
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CitationGaygusuzoglu, G., Aydogdu, M., & Gul, U. (2018). Nonlinear Wave Modulation in Nanorods Using Nonlocal Elasticity Theory. International Journal of Nonlinear Sciences and Numerical Simulation, 19(7-8), 709-719.
In this study, nonlinear wave modulation in nanorods is examined on the basis of nonlocal elasticity theory. Eringen's nonlocal elasticity theory is employed to derive nonlinear equations for the motion of nanorods. The analysis of the modulation of axial waves in nonlocal elastic media is performed, and the reductive perturbation method is used for the solution of the nonlinear equations. The propagation of weakly nonlinear and strongly dispersive waves is investigated, and the nonlinear Schrodinger (NLS) equation is acquired as an evolution equation. For the purpose of a numerical investigation of the nonlocal impacts on the NLS equation, it has been investigated whether envelope solitary wave solutions exist by utilizing the physical and geometric features of the carbon nanotubes. Amplitude dependent wave frequencies, phase and group velocities have been obtained and they have compared for the linear local, the linear nonlocal, the nonlinear local and the nonlinear nonlocal cases.
SourceInternational Journal of Nonlinear Sciences and Numerical Simulation