Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Mathematics and Statistics
Computational and Applied Mathematics
John H. Heinbockel
James L. Cox, Jr.
In this dissertation the author investigates some triple trigonometric series which occur in the solution of mixed boundary value problems in elasticity and potential theory. By choosing a suitable integral representation for the sequence of unknown constants, the problem is reduced to solving a singular integral equation of the first kind. Twenty four cases in which the integral equation can be solved in closed form are discussed in detail.
In later chapters, the application of triple trigonometric series to problems in physics and engineering is demonstrated and closed form solutions for the physical parameters of interest are obtained.
"Triple Trigonometric Series and Their Application to Mixed Boundary Value Problems"
(1984). Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), dissertation, Mathematics and Statistics, Old Dominion University, DOI: 10.25777/dzqb-7734