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S. Kumaresan

School of Math. and Stat.

University of Hyderabad

Hyderabad 500046

kumaresa@gmail.com

auxx + buxy + cuyy = G(x, y, u, ux , uy ).

Ex. 1. Let = (x, y) and = (x, y) be a system of new coordinates. Show that the given

equation transforms to

Au + Bu + Cu + lower order terms

where

A = a(x )2 + bx y + c(y )2

B = 2ax x + b(x y + y x ) + 2cy y

C = a(x )2 + bx y + c(y )2 .

Ex. 2. Let = (x, y) and = (x, y) be a smooth system of coordinates. Show that

B 2 4AC = (b2 4ac)(x y y x )2 .

Hence conclude that the given PDE and the transformed PDE are of the same type.

Ex. 3. Let be non-characteristic for the given equation. Let u, u

be known along . Show

that the second partial derivatives of u are uniquely determined along .

Ex. 4. A curve (s) := (x(s), y(s)) is characteristic for the given PDE iff its principal symbol

() := a(x, y)12 + b(x, y)1 2 + c(x, y)22

vanishes at its normal vector.

Ex. 5. Let the given PDE be hyperbolic. Assume that the new coordinates and are such

that = constant and = constant are characteristic. Show that A = 0 = C in the notation

of Ex. 1.

Ex. 6. When do you say that the given PDE is hyperbolic, parabolic or elliptic? Give an

example of each type. Give an example of a PDE which exhibits all these types. (Tricomis

equation uyy yuxx = 0 is one such.)

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Ex. 8. Classify according to type:

(a) uxx + 2yuxy + xuyy ux + u = 0.

(b) 2xyuxy + xuy + yux = 0.

Ex. 9. Classify according to type and find the characteristics of

(a) 2uxx 4uxy 6uyy + ux = 0.

(b) 4uxx + 12uxy + 9uyy 2ux + u = 0.

(c) uxx x2 yuyy = 0, (y > 0).

(d) e2x uxx + 2ex+y uxy + e2y uyy = 0.

Ex. 10. Find the characteristics of uxx + 2uxy + sin2 xuy = 0.

Ex. 11. Find the characteristics of (1 x2 )uxx uyy = 0 in the hyperbolic case.

Ex. 12. Transform the equation into a canonical form:

(a) 2uxx 4uxy 6uyy + ux = 0.

(b) 4uxx + 12uxy + 9uyy 2ux + u = 0.

Ex. 13. Find the type, characteristic curves and the canonical form of the following equations. Use the canonical form to find the general solution.

(a) xuxx + 2x2 uxy = ux 1. Answer: u(x, y) = x + f (x2 y) + g(y).

(b) 3uxx + 10uxy + 3uyy = 0. Answer: u(x, y) = f (y 3x) + g(y x/3).

Ex. 14. Reduce to canonical from:

(a) uxx + 5uxy + 6uyy = 0.

(b) x2 uxx 2xyuxy + y 2 uyy = ex . Answer: u =

= y.

2

u

2

1

2

uxx 2 sin xuxy cos2 xuxy cos xuy = 0

to canonical form and hence solve it. Answer: u(x, y) = f (y x cos x) + g(y + x cos x).

Ex. 16. Reduce the Tricomi equation uxx + xuyy = 0 in its domain of hyperbolicity to its

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canonical form. Answer: u = 6()

(u u ).

Ex. 17. Reduce the equation yuxx = (x + y)uxy + xuyy = 0 to its canonical form where it is

hyperbolic and solve it there.

Ex. 18. Reduce the following equations to a canonical form and hence find general

solutions.

R

(a) yuxx +(x+y)uxy +xuyy = 0, in the hyperbolic case. Answer: u(x, y) = 1 f () d+g()

where = y x and = y 2 x2 .

(b) uxx + 2uxy + uyy = 0.

2

2

(c) y 2 uxx 2xyuxy + x2 uyy = yx ux + xy uy .

(d) y 2 uxx 4xyuxy + 3x2 uyy

y2

x ux

x2

y uy

= 0.

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