Strunin, D. V. (2008) Twodimensional particle solution of the extended HamiltonJacobi equation. Australian and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ANZIAM) Journal, 50 (S). C282C291. ISSN 14461811

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Abstract
In classical mechanics the HamiltonJacobi equation for a free particle has the property of reducing a perturbation of spatially uniform solution into a point. In the late 1970s Sivashinsky proposed an extension of the equation so that it takes the form of the KuramotoSivashinsky equation under which a smooth soliton is formed instead of the point. The soliton was proposed as a model for spatially extended elementary particle. However, this solution is unstable. Developing the Sivashinsky's idea further, we propose a different extension which ensures stability. We performed twodimensional computational
experiments demonstrating the soliton formation and stability.
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Depositing User:  Dr Dmitry Strunin 
Faculty / Department / School:  Historic  Faculty of Sciences  Department of Maths and Computing 
Date Deposited:  12 Nov 2009 06:52 
Last Modified:  20 Oct 2014 23:34 
Uncontrolled Keywords:  extended HamiltonJacobi equation; soliton solution; particle physics 
Fields of Research :  01 Mathematical Sciences > 0105 Mathematical Physics > 010503 Mathematical Aspects of Classical Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Information Theory 02 Physical Sciences > 0202 Atomic, Molecular, Nuclear, Particle and Plasma Physics > 020203 Particle Physics 01 Mathematical Sciences > 0102 Applied Mathematics > 010207 Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 
URI:  http://eprints.usq.edu.au/id/eprint/5077 
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