The Fractional View Analysis of Polytropic Gas, Unsteady Flow System
Mathematical Problems in Engineering
Generally, the differential equations of integer order do not properly model various phenomena in different areas of science and engineering as compared to differential equations of fractional order. The fractional-order differential equations provide the useful dynamics of the physical system and thus provide the innovative and effective information about the given physical system. Keeping in view the above properties of fractional calculus, the present article is related to the analytical
... the analytical solution of the time-fractional system of equations which describe the unsteady flow of polytropic gas dynamics. The present method provides the series form solution with easily computable components and a higher rate of convergence towards the targeted problem's exact solution. The present techniques are straightforward and effective for dealing with the solutions of fractional-order problems. The fractional derivatives are expressed in terms of the Caputo operator. The targeted problems' solutions are calculated using the Adomian decomposition method and variational iteration methods along with Shehu transformation. In the current procedures, we first applied the Shehu transform to reduce the problems into a more straightforward form and then implemented the decomposition and variational iteration methods to achieve the problems' comprehensive results. The solution of the nonlinear equations of unsteady flow of a polytropic gas at various fractional orders of the derivative is the core point of the present study. The solution of the proposed fractional model is plotted via two- and three-dimensional graphs. It is investigated that each problem's solution-graphs are best fitted with each other and with the exact solution. The convergence of fractional-order problems can be observed towards the solution of integer-order problems. Less computational time is the major attraction of the suggested methods. The present work will be considered a useful tool to handle the solution of fractional partial differential equations.