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The Zhou’s Method for Solving the Euler Equidimensional Equation

DOI: 10.4236/am.2016.717172, PP. 2165-2173

Keywords: Zhou’s Method, Equidimensional Equation, Euler Equation, DTM

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In this work, we apply the Zhou’s method [1] or differential transformation method (DTM) for solving the Euler equidimensional equation. The Zhou’s method may be considered as alternative and efficient for finding the approximate solutions of initial values problems. We prove superiority of this method by applying them on the some Euler type equation, in this case of order 2 and 3 [2]. The power series solution of the reduced equation transforms into an approximate implicit solution of the original equations. The results agreed with the exact solution obtained via transformation to a constant coefficient equation.

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