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Waves called solitons

concepts and experiments

by M. Remoissenet

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Published by Springer in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Solitons.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 247-257) and index.

    StatementM. Remoissenet.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC174.26.W28 R46 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 260 p. :
    Number of Pages260
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL811829M
    ISBN 103540605029
    LC Control Number95049021

    An Introduction to Wave Equations and Solitons Richard S. Palais TheMorningsideCenterofMathematics ChineseAcademyofSciences Beijing Summer File Size: KB. The behavior of water waves can be observed in nature by each of us. For example, the wave that most people first encounter may be one which approaches a beach. Water waves can be appreciated in a descriptive way without any technical .

    Get this from a library! Waves Called Solitons: Concepts and Experiments. [Michel Remoissenet] -- Written for an interdisciplinary readership of physicists, engineers, and chemists, this book is a practical guide to the fascinating world of solitons. These waves of large amplitude propagate over. Oceanic Internal Waves and Solitons 1. Introduction Internal waves (IWs) are, as their name implies, waves that travel within the interior of a fluid. Such waves are most familiar as oscillations visible in a two-layer fluid contained in a clear plastic box often sold in novelty stores. In the box, two immiscible and differently colored.

    Finally, for the experimentalists out there, I would recommend Waves Called Solitons: Concepts and Experiments by Michel Remoissenet as a book that addresses solitons as something you can see in a laboratory rather than as abstract objects. The Latest Research: For some recent research articles on solitons, click here or here.   Waves in nonlinear media with dissipation are called shock waves. The waves in nonlinear media with a dispersion are called solitons. may someone send me the book Optical Solitons by Agrawal.


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These waves of large amplitude propagate over long distances without dispersing and therefore show one of the most striking aspects of nonlinearity. From the reviews "In Waves Called Solitons, Michel Remoissenet stays focused on helping the reader understand what solitary waves are, to see how they maintain their integrity as they interact with one another, and to appreciate the roles that these coherent lumps of energy and information play in diverse areas of engineering, physical science, and cturer: Springer.

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Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ Manufacturer: Springer. This book is an elementary introduction to the fascinating world of waves called solitons. These large-amplitude waves, which can propagate over long distances without dispersing and which display particle-like properties, are one of the most striking manifestations of nonlinearity.

About this book. Introduction. Written for an interdisciplinary readership of physicists, engineers, and chemists, this book is a practical guide to the fascinating world of solitons.

These waves of large amplitude propagate over long distances without dispersing and therefore show one of the most striking aspects of nonlinearity. About this book. Introduction. This book is an elementary introduction to the fascinating world of waves called solitons.

These large-amplitude waves, which can propagate over long distances without dispersing and which display particle-like properties, are one of the most striking manifestations of nonlinearity.

Localized large-amplitude waves called solitons, which propagate without spreading and have particle-like properties, represent one of the most striking aspects of nonlinear phenomena.

Although a wealth of literature on the subject, including theoretical and numerical studies, is available in good recent books and research journals, very little. The book also encourages readers to perform their own experiments.

Since the printing of the second edition of this book, there has been a large growth in the literature on nonlinear waves and so has the wide applicability of the subject to the physical, chemical and biological sciences.

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These large amplitude waves, which can propagate over long distances without dispersing and which display particle-like properties, are one of the most striking manifestations of nonlinearity. Solitons: An Introduction discusses the theory of solitons and its diverse applications to nonlinear systems that arise in the physical sciences.

Drazin and Johnson explain the generation and properties of solitons, introducing the mathematical technique known as the Inverse Scattering Tranform. Their aim is to present the essence of inverse scattering clearly, rather 5/5(1). In mathematics and physics, a soliton or solitary wave is a self-reinforcing wave packet that maintains its shape while it propagates at a constant velocity.

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Experiments on lattice solitons 68 Collisions of two lattice solitons moving in opposite directions 70 The Fermi-Pasta-Ulam recurrence phenomenon 70 Periodic wavetrains in transmission lines 71 The solitary wave limit and sinusoidal limit of the cnoidal wave 72 Modulated waves and the nonlinear dispersion relation COVID Resources.

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These waves of large Author: M. Remoissenet. Solitons--waves that do not disperse as they travel through a medium--are the most recent and perhaps the most remarkable development in the revolution in telecommunications technology.

When coupled with low loss fibers, semiconductor lasers, and erbium doped fibre amplifiers, solitons can carry--with perfect accuracy and at enormous rates--staggering amounts of .The following 10 years were the Golden Age of Solitons. Envelope solitary waves, kink solitons, and other new species were discovered, each solving an inverse-scattering-solvable generic partial differential equation in (usually) one space dimension.

For a time, it seemed that the inverse-scattering method was the algorithm for everything.Abstract. In the previous chapters we introduced solitons that are in fact nontopological solitons, because the system returns to its initial state after the passage of the the present Chap. we introduce a new class of solitons or kink solitons called topological solitons, because in some cases the structure of the system is modified after the passage of the wave.