Interaction with an obstacle in the 2d focusing nonlinear Schrödinger equation

02/03/2021
by   Oussama Landoulsi, et al.
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We present a numerical study of solutions to the 2d focusing nonlinear Schrödinger equation in the exterior of a smooth, compact, strictly convex obstacle, with Dirichlet boundary conditions with cubic and quintic powers of nonlinearity. We study the effect of the obstacle on solutions traveling toward the obstacle at different angles and with different velocities. We introduce a concept of weak and strong interactions and show how the obstacle changes the overall behavior of solutions.

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