Mechanics of Solids and Materials

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1 Fourier sequence permit f (x) be a continuing, integrable functionality defined at the period [−c, c]. examine the Fourier sequence of f (x), viz. , f (x) = (a0 /2) + ∞ [ak cos(kπ x/c) + bk sin(kπ x/c)]. (3. 1) k=1 The coefficients, ak and bk, listed by way of the integers ok, could be identified as follows. Multiply either side of (3. 1) by means of cos(nπ x/c), n being an integer, and combine over [−c, c] to procure c c f (x) cos(nπ x/c) dx = −c −c + (a0 /2) cos(nπ x/c) dx c ∞ −c k=1 [ak cos(kπ x/c) cos(nπ x/c) + bk sin(kπ x/c) cos(nπ x/c)] dx. To continue, we observe that c −c cos(kπ x/c) cos(nπ x/c) dx = c/π π −π cos(kλ) cos(nλ) dλ, (3. 2) the place λ = π x/c, hence, dλ = (π/c) dx. ⎧ ⎪ ⎪ ⎨0, okay = n , π cos(kλ) cos(nλ) dλ = π, ok = n , ⎪ −π ⎪ ⎩2π, ok = n = zero , (3. three) (3. four) and π −π 36 sin(kλ) cos(nλ) dλ = zero. (3. five) 3. 2. Double Fourier sequence 37 equally, π −π sin(kλ) sin(nλ) dλ = zero, ok = n, π, ok = n, (3. 6) so long as okay = zero and n = zero. accordingly, ⎧ ⎪ ⎪ ⎨0, ok = n , c cos(kπ x/c) cos(nπ x/c) dx = c, okay = n , ⎪ −c ⎪ ⎩2c, okay = n = zero , (3. 7) and c −c cos(kπ x/c) sin(nπ x/c) dx = zero. (3. eight) for this reason, we receive an = c 1 c −c f (x) cos(nπ x/c) dx. n = zero, 1, 2, . . . . (3. nine) Likewise, if (3. 1) have been expanded by way of sin(nπ x/c) and built-in over the period [−c, c], it might be came across that 1 c f (x) sin(nπ x/c) dx, n = 1, 2, . . . . (3. 10) bn = c −c it's famous in passing that if f (x) have been a wierd functionality of x, such that f (−x) = − f (x), then an = zero for all n. Likewise if f (−x) = f (x), that's if f (x) have been a good functionality of x, then bn = zero. three. 2 Double Fourier sequence allow R be a rectangle defined by way of the quarter −a ≤ α ≤ a, −b ≤ β ≤ b, and permit ϕn (α, β) be a suite of continuing features, none of which vanishes identically in R. this sort of set is expounded to be orthogonal if ϕn (α, β)ϕm(α, β) dα dβ = zero, if n = m. (3. eleven) R The quantity 0.5 ϕn = R ϕn2 (α, β) dα dβ (3. 12) is termed the norm of ϕn . The set is expounded to be normalized if ϕn = 1, for n = zero, 1, 2, . . . . it truly is similar for normalization that R ϕn2 (α, β)dα dβ = 1, for n = zero, 1, 2, . . . . (3. thirteen) in fact, it truly is constantly attainable to define constants, say µn , such that µn = 1 , ϕn which are used to normalize the individuals of the set ϕn . (3. 14) 38 three. Fourier sequence and Fourier Integrals As used to be performed for a functionality of a unmarried variable, it's attainable to extend a functionality of 2 variables when it comes to those orthogonal services as f (α, β) = c0 ϕ0 (α, β) + c1 ϕ1 (α, β) + . . . + cn ϕn (α, β) + . . . . (3. 15) The coefficients are got through the use of the orthogonality estate. this provides cn = R f (α, β)ϕn (α, β) dα dβ . 2 R ϕ (α, β) dα dβ (3. sixteen) whether it is assumed that the equality holds in (3. 15), the sequence will converge uniformly. three. 2. 1 Double Trigonometric sequence examine the orthogonal set along with the services 1, cos(mx), sin(mx), cos(ny), sin(ny) , cos(mx) cos(ny), sin(mx) cos(ny) , (3. 17) cos(mx) sin(ny), sin(mx) sin(ny), . . . , (n, m = 1, 2, three, . . . ) . those are essentially orthogonal at the sq. defined by means of −π ≤ x ≤ π and −π ≤ y ≤ π.

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