 Dispersive partial differential equation

In mathematics, a dispersive partial differential equation or dispersive PDE is a partial differential equation that is dispersive. In this context, dispersion means that waves of different wavelength propagate at different phase velocities.
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Examples
Linear equations
 Euler–Bernoulli beam equation with timedependent loading
 Airy equation
 Schrödinger equation
 Klein–Gordon equation
Nonlinear equations
 nonlinear Schrödinger equation
 Korteweg–de Vries equation (or KdV equation)
 Boussinesq equation (water waves)
 sine–Gordon equation
See also
External links
 The Dispersive PDE Wiki.
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