A method of directly defining the inverse mapping for solutions of coupled systems of nonlinear differential equations
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Recently, Liao introduced a new method for finding analytical solutions to nonlinear differential equations. In this paper, we extend this idea to nonlinear systems. We study the system of nonlinear differential equations that governs nonlinear convective heat transfer at a porous flat plate and find functions that approximate the solutions by extending Liao’s Method of Directly Defining the Inverse Mapping (MDDiM).
KeywordsMethod of directly defining the inverse mapping Nonlinear systems Fluid flow Heat transfer Analytical methods Homotopy analysis method
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The authors thank Professor Shijun Liao for the constructive comments (on the first draft of the paper) which led to definite improvement in the paper. The authors thank the reviewers for constructive comments that led to definite improvement in the paper.
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