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We make use of the latter, because the qualitative results (which are of primary interest to us at the moment) will be the same; the accuracy of the Bubnov–Galerkin method will be discussed later for the rectangular plate problem. 3) by D and denote ????1 = ????/D, gh/D = a1 ; for the eigenvalue λ1 = λ /D we retain the previous notation. 4). 8) 8 ???? v C + (β2 − iα ????1 vx − λ ) C2 = 0. 9) β2 = (4π 2 + α 2 ) . First of all, let us consider the case of “small” transverse velocities: 4( 8????1 vy 3 ) ≪ (β2 − β1 )2 and limit ourselves by √δ represented in the form √δ ≅ (β2 − β1 ) (1 − 2 (8????1 vy )2 9(β2 − β1 )2 ).

15) takes the form φi − 1 λ ∑ G z−1 Φj = ∑ Gij φj + R̄ i , D j ij j D j i = 1, 2, . . , M. 16) Denote by D(r) and D(θ ) the matrices of differentiation with respect to r and θ obtained by the differentiation of the interpolation formula (r) ) (θ ) ) + bj (∑ D(θ ), Φj = aj (∑ D(r) jl φl + δj jl φl + δj l l ???? aj = k(vx Ur + vy Vr )????????????????ζ =ζ , j bj = k (v U − vx Vr )|ζ =ζj , r y r while a and b denote the corresponding diagonal matrices. j = 1, 2, . . 16) in the matrix form λ 1 −1 GZ (aD(r) + bD(θ ) ) φ = Gφ + R̄ + δ D D 1 δ = GZ −1 (aδ (r) + bδ (θ ) ) .

N 2n (2μ − 1)π ) , μ = 1, 2, . . , m. 14). 15) where In and Im are unity matrices of dimensions n × n and m × m; by the symbol ⊗, the Kronecker matrix product is denoted. The eigenvector of matrix H is u = w ⊗ v, where v is the eigenvector of matrix A and w is the eigenvector of matrix B. The grid points are enumerated first in x, then in y (left to right, bottom to top). 15) inherits the variable separability property of the differential Laplace operator. 14) (a = −b, b = b) the Lagrange interpolating formula satisfying the boundary conditions is written; (ii) second-order derivatives at the grid nodes are obtained by differentiation of the interpolation formula.

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