
Symmetry and Integrability of Equations of Mathematical Physics − 2018
Volodymyr Fedorchuk (Ya.S. Pidstryhach Institute for Applied Problems of Mechanics and Mathematics of NAS of Ukraine,
Lviv, Ukraine)
On some invariant solutions for the Euler–Lagrange–Born–Infeld equation
Abstract:
Let us consider the Euler–Lagrange–Born–Infeld equation of the form
$$
\Box u\left(1u_{\nu}u^{\nu}\right)+u^{\mu}u^{\nu}u_{\mu\nu}=0,
$$
where $u=u(x), x=(x_0, x_1, x_2, x_3)\in M(1,3),$
$u_{\mu}\equiv\dfrac{\partial u}{\partial x^{\mu}},$
$u_{\mu\nu}\equiv\dfrac{\partial^2 u}{\partial x^{\mu}\partial
x^{\nu}},$ $u^{\mu}=g^{\mu\nu}u_{\nu},
g_{\mu\nu}=(1,1,1,1)\delta_{\mu\nu},$ $\mu,\nu=0,1,2,3,$
$\Box$ is the d'Alembert operator.
A connection between structural properties of lowdimensional ($\dim L \le3$) nonconjugate subalgebras of the Lie argebra of
the generalized Poincaré group $P(1,4)$ and results of symmetry reduction for the Euler–Lagrange–Born–Infeld equation is studied.
In my talk I plan to present some invariant solutions for the Euler–Lagrange–Born–Infeld equation.
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