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• 1. Mathematical Theory and Modeling ISSN 2224-5804 (Paper) ISSN 2225-0522 (Online) Vol.3, No.13, 2013 www.iiste.org Simultaneous Triple Series Equations Associated With Laguerre Polynomials With Matrix Argument Kuldeep Narain School of Quantitative Sciences, UUM College of Arts and Sciences, University Utara Malaysia, Sintok – 06010, Malaysia E-mail: kuldeep@uum.edu.my Abstract Integral and Series equations are very useful in the theory of elasticity, elastostatics , diffraction theory and acoustics. Particularly these equations are very much useful in finding the solution of crack problems of fracture mechanics. In this paper solution of simultaneous triple series equations associated with Laguerre polynomials with matrix argument has been obtained , which arises in the Crack problems of Fracture Machanics. Keywords: Integral equations, Series equations , Laguerre polynomials, Matrix argument. 1. Introduction In the present paper, we have considered the following simultaneous triple series equations of the form ¥ s n=0 j =1 ¥ s n=0 j =1 S Sa ij S S bij cnj . Lni (a + b ¥ s n=0 j =1 S S for G m (a + b + ni) cnj Lni (a : x) = fi (x), 0 £ x £ D, m +1 )G m (a + b + ni) 2 II m (a + b + ni) G m (a + ni + m +1 , y ) = gi ( x), D £´£ E , 2 (1.2) cnj G m (a + b - m + 1) = Lni (a , x) = hi ( x), E £´£ ¥ , a +b > 2 m +1 - 1,0 £ b £1 2 where, Ln (a , x) = (1.1) II m (a + n) m +1 1F1 (-n, a + ), x) P m (a ) 2 88 (1.3)
• 2. Mathematical Theory and Modeling ISSN 2224-5804 (Paper) ISSN 2225-0522 (Online) Vol.3, No.13, 2013 www.iiste.org is Laguerre polynomial of matrix argument , for R (a ) > - 1, R (n + a ) > 1, and II m (a) = G m (a + m G m (a) = p m ( m-1)/4 Õ (a i =1 m +1 ) 2 i -1 ) 2 n =0,1,2,……………………., J = 1,2,3,……………s , f(x), g(x) h(x) are known functions of non – singular matrix x of order m ; aij , bij and cij are known constant .By using multiplying factor technique [ Srivastava], the unknown function C nj is determined . 2 . Some Useful Results (i) The following integrals are required from Erdelyi et al with matrix argument y ò0 y a y-x B -(m +1)/2 Ln (a , x)dx m +1 ) a +b 2 = y Ln (a + b ; y ) m +1 G m (a + b + n + ) 2 G m ( b ) G m (a + n + for a > - 1, b > ¥ ò x- y y = Gm ( for -b m +1 -1 2 (2.1) and etr (- x) Ln (a , x)dx m +1 m +1 - b ) etr (- y) Ln (a + b ; y) 2 2 b< m +1 m +1 ,a + b > -1 . 2 2 (ii) The orthogonality relation for Laguerre polynomial with matrix argument 89 (2.2)
• 3. Mathematical Theory and Modeling ISSN 2224-5804 (Paper) ISSN 2225-0522 (Online) Vol.3, No.13, 2013 www.iiste.org a ò x >0 x etr (- x) Lp (a ; x) Lq (a ; x) m +1 ) 2 d pq m +1 ) G m (p+ 2 G m (a + b + = for a > - 1 and d pq (2.3) being the kronecker delta . (iii) The differential formula with matrix argument due to Erdelyi et al a Dx [ x Ln (a ; x)] = x a- m +1 2 Ln (a - m +1 ; x) 2 (2.4) 3. Solution Multiply eq. (1.1) by y-x b - ( m+1) 2 and eq. (1.2) by x- y -b etr (- x) and then integrating w.r.t. x m +1 ) G m (a + b + ni) 2 Lni (a + b ; y ) = II m (a + b + ni ) G m (a + ni + s åå a (0, y) and ( y, ¥) respectively, on using the result (2.1) and (2.2), we obtain over the range ¥ x aij cnj n = 0 j =1 -a - b y a b - ( m +1)/2 y ò0 x y - x fi ( x)dx , Gm (b ) b> for (3.1) m +1 , a > -1, 0 < y < D 2 and ¥ s S S bij cnj n = 0 j =1 = m +1 ) G m (a + b + ni) m +1 2 Lni (a + b ; y) II m (a + b + ni) 2 G m (a + ni + etr ( y ) -b ò ¥ etr (- x) x - y gi ( x)dx , y m +1 Gm ( 2 - b ) for b < (3.2) m +1 m +1 , a +b > - 1, D < y < ¥ . 2 2 90
• 4. Mathematical Theory and Modeling ISSN 2224-5804 (Paper) ISSN 2225-0522 (Online) Vol.3, No.13, 2013 If we new multiply eq.(3.1) by by y ¥ s S S bij cnj for a , differentiating w.r.t. Y and using the formula (2.4), we find m +1 m +1 ( ) -a - b ) G m (a + b + ni) s y 2 m +1 2 . Lni (a + b . ; y ) = å eij 2 Gm (b ) II m (a + b + ni) j =1 G m (a + ni + n = 0 j =1 y Dy ò 0 x a +b www.iiste.org y-x b -(m +1)/2, 0 < y < D, b > fi ( x)dx , (3.3) m +1 - 1, a > -1, and eij are the element of the matrix [bij ][aij ]-1 and 2 i = 1, 2,.....s. The left- hand side of eq.. (3.2), (3.3) and (1.2) are identical and hence on using the orthogonality relation (2.3), we find the solution of eq. (1.1), (1.2) and (1.3) for a +b > m +1 - 1, 0 < b < 1 2 m +1 ) G m (a + b + ni ) 2 Cnj = S dij Bni (a + b ; D) (3.4) j =1 m +1 2 )[G m (a + b + ni)] G m (a + ni + 2 G m (ni + s Where , n = 0,1, 2.......; j = 1, 2,3,.......,s and d ij are the element of the matrix [bij ]-1 and s Bni (a , b ; D) = å eij j =1 D 1 ò etr (- y)Lni (a + b - m2+1 ; y) . Gm (b ) 0 m +1 , y )Gi ( y )dy 2 ¥ m +1 1 a + b - ( m +1)/2 + ò y Ln (a + b ; y ) H ( y )dy m +1 E 2 Gm ( - b) 2 E Fi ( y )dy + ò etr (- y ) y a + b - (m +1)/2 D y Fi ( y ) = Dy ò x a y-x -b etr (- x)hi ( x)dx 0 b - ( m +1)/2 Ln (a + b - fi ( x)dx (3.6) Gi ( y) = gi ( y) ¥ H i ( y) = ò x - y y (3.5) 91
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