In this paper, the problem of finding numerical solution for a system of Cauchy type singular integral equations of first kind with index zero is considered. The analytic solution of such system is known. But it is of limited use as it is a nontrivial task to use it practically due to the presence of singularity in the known solution itself. Therefore, a residual based Galerkin method is proposed with Legendre polynomials as basis functions to find its numerical solution. The proposed method converts the system of Cauchy type singular integral equations into a system of linear algebraic equations which can be solved easily. Further, Hadamard conditions of well-posedness are established for system of Cauchy singular integral equations as well as for system of linear algebraic equations which is obtained as a result of approximation of system of singular integral equations with Cauchy kernel. The theoretical error bound is derived which can be used to obtain any desired accuracy in the approximate solution of system of Cauchy singular integral equations. The derived theoretical error bound is also validated with the help of numerical examples.
Applied Mathematics and Computation – Elsevier
Published: Jul 1, 2018
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