By Michio Masujima
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21), no solution exists, while in the case of Eq. 22), inﬁnitely many φ(x) are possible. Any function ψ(x) which satisﬁes 1 yψ(y)dy = 0 or ∞, 0 can be made a solution to Eq. 20). 23) 35 36 2 Integral Equations and Green’s Functions will do. 4, we have no solution for some inhomogeneous terms, while we have inﬁnitely many solutions for some other inhomogeneous terms. Next, we shall consider an example of a Volterra Integral Equation of the second kind with the transformation of an integral equation into an ordinary differential equation.
2. For this reason, it is also called the inﬂuence function. Since we have the inﬂuence function above for a concentrated load, the solution with any given distributed load f (x) is given by Eq. 15) as 1 u(x) = g(ξ , x)f (ξ )dξ 0 x = 1 (x − 1)ξ f (ξ )dξ + 0 x(ξ − 1)f (ξ )dξ x x = (x − 1) 1 ξ f (ξ )dξ + x 0 (ξ − 1)f (ξ )dξ. 23) x Although this example has been rather elementary, we hope that it has provided the reader with a basic understanding of what Green’s function is. More complex and hence more interesting examples are encountered in later chapters.
It is not surprising that Eq. 15) has inﬁnitely many solutions when λ = 3/2. Generally, if φ0 is a solution of an inhomogeneous equation, and φ1 is a solution of the corresponding homogeneous equation, then φ0 + aφ1 is also a solution of the inhomogeneous equation, where a is any constant. Thus, if λ is equal to an eigenvalue, an inhomogeneous equation has inﬁnitely many solutions as long as it has one solution. The nontrivial question is: Under what condition can we expect the latter to happen?