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Development of spreading symmetric two-waves motion for a family of two-mode nonlinear equations
Alquran Marwan, Jaradat Imad, Mohammed Ali, Al-Ali Nadeem,
Published in Elsevier BV
Volume: 6
Issue: 6

In this work, a functional operator extracted from Korsunsky's technique is used to produce new two-mode nonlinear equations. These new equations describe the motion of two directional solitary-waves overlapping with an increasing phase-velocity and affected by two factors labeled as the dispersion and nonlinearity coefficients. To investigate the dynamics of this two-mode family, we construct the two-mode KdV–Burgers–Kuramoto equation (TMKBK) and two-mode Hirota–Satsuma model (TMHS). Two efficient schemes are used to assign the necessary constraints for existence of solutions and to extract them. The role of the phase-velocity on the motion of the obtained two-wave solutions is investigated graphically. Finally, all the obtained solutions are categorized according to their physical shapes.

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