This work proposes the new extended rational sinh-Gordon equation expansion technique (SGEEM). The computational approach is formulated based on the well-known sinh-Gordon equation. The proposed technique generalizes the sine-Gordon/sinh-Gordon expansion methods in a rational format. The efficiency of the suggested technique is tested on the (2+1)imensional Kunduukherjeeaskar (KMN) model. Various of optical soliton solutions have been obtained using this new method. The conditions which guarantee the existence of valid solitons are given.
In this paper, a powerful sine-Gordon expansion method (SGEM) with aid of a computational program is used in constructing a new hyperbolic function solutions to one of the popular nonlinear evolution equations that arises in the field of mathematical physics, namely; longren-wave equation. We also give the 3D and 2D graphics of all the obtained solutions which are explaining new properties of model considered in this paper. Finally, we submit a comprehensive conclusion at the end of this paper.
In this manuscript, the application of the extended sinh-Gordon equation expansion method to the Davey-Stewartson equation and the (2+1)-dimensional nonlinear complex coupled Maccari system is presented. The Davey-Stewartson equation arises as a result of multiple-scale analysis of modulated nonlinear surface gravity waves propagating over a horizontal seabed and the (2+1)-dimensional nonlinear complex coupled Maccari equation describes the motion of the isolated waves, localized in a small part of space, in many fields such as hydrodynamic, plasma physics, nonlinear optics. We successfully construct some soliton, singular soliton and singular periodic wave solutions to these two nonlinear complex models. The 2D, 3D and contour graphs to some of the obtained solutions are presented.
This study reaches the dark, bright, mixed dark-bright, and singular optical solitons to the fractional Schrödinger-Hirota equation with a truncated M-fractional derivative via the extended sinh-Gordon equation expansion method. Dark soliton describes the solitary waves with lower intensity than the background, bright soliton describes the solitary waves whose peak intensity is larger than the background, and the singular soliton solutions is a solitary wave with discontinuous derivatives; examples of such solitary waves include compactions, which have finite (compact) support, and peakons, whose peaks have a discontinuous first derivative. The constraint conditions for the existence of valid solutions are given. We use some suitable values of the parameters in plotting 3-dimensional surfaces to some of the reported solutions.