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Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation with Applications, Volume 2, pp 164-176; https://doi.org/10.53391/mmnsa.2022.013

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This article deals with a Caputo fractional-order viral model that incorporates the non-cytolytic immune hypothesis and the mechanism of viral replication inhibition. Firstly, we establish the existence, uniqueness, non-negativity, and boundedness of the solutions of the proposed viral model. Then, we point out that our model has the following three equilibrium points: equilibrium point without virus, equilibrium state without immune system, and equilibrium point activated by immunity with humoral feedback. By presenting two critical quantities, the asymptotic stability of all said steady points is examined. Finally, we examine the finesse of our results by highlighting the impact of fractional derivatives on the stability of the corresponding steady points.
Muhammad Abubakar Isah,
Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation with Applications, Volume 2, pp 147-163; https://doi.org/10.53391/mmnsa.2022.012

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This work investigates the complex Ginzburg-Landau equation (CGLE) with Kerr law in nonlinear optics, which represents soliton propagation in the presence of a detuning factor. The φ^6-model expansion approach is used to find optical solitons such as dark, bright, singular, and periodic as well as the combined soliton solutions to the model. The results presented in this study are intended to improve the CGLE's nonlinear dynamical characteristics, it might also assist in comprehending some of the physical implications of various nonlinear physics models. The hyperbolic sine, for example, appears in the calculation of the Roche limit and gravitational potential of a cylinder, while the hyperbolic cotangent appears in the Langevin function for magnetic polarization. The current research is frequently used to report a variety of fascinating physical phenomena, such as the Kerr law of non-linearity, which results from the fact that an external electric field causes non-harmonic motion of electrons bound in molecules, which causes nonlinear responses in a light wave in an optical fiber. The obtained solutions' 2-dimensional, 3-dimensional, and contour plots are shown.
Seyma Tuluce Demiray, Ugur Bayrakci
Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation with Applications, Volume 2, pp 1-8; https://doi.org/10.53391/mmnsa.2022.021

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The basic principle of this study is to obtain various solutions to the (1+1) dimensional Mikhailov-Novikov-Wang integrable equation (MNWIE). For this purpose, the generalized exponential rational function method (GERFM) is applied to this equation. Thus, several trigonometric functions, hyperbolic functions, and dark soliton solutions to the studied equation are acquired. In this way, some new solutions to the equation that have not been presented before have been obtained. In addition, 2D and 3D graphics of the acquired solutions are drawn for specific values. The obtained results and the graphic drawings of the results have been provided by using Wolfram Mathematica 12.
Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation with Applications, Volume 2, pp 127-146; https://doi.org/10.53391/mmnsa.2022.011

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In the presence of one auxiliary variable and two auxiliary variables, we analyze various exponential estimators. The ranks of the auxiliary variables are also connected with the study variables, and there is a linkage between the study variables and the auxiliary variables. These ranks can be used to improve an estimator's accuracy. The Optional Randomized Response Technique (ORRT) and the Quantitative Randomized Response Technique are two techniques we utilize to estimate the sensitive variables from the population mean (QRRT). We used the scrambled response technique and checked the proposed estimators up to the first-order of approximation. The mean square error (MSE) equations are obtained for all the proposed ratio exponential estimators and show that our proposed exponential type estimator is more efficient than ratio estimators. The expression of mean square error is obtained up to the first degree of approximation. The empirical and theoretical comparison of the proposed estimators with existing estimators is also be carried out. We have shown that the proposed optional randomized response technique and quantitative randomized response model are always better than existing estimators. The simulation study is also carried out to determine the performance of the estimators. Few real-life data sets are also be applied in support of proposed estimators. It is observed that our suggested estimator is more efficient as compared to an existing estimator.
Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation with Applications, Volume 2, pp 117-126; https://doi.org/10.53391/mmnsa.2022.010

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The main objective of this work is to introduce and define the concept of s-type m-preinvex function and derive the new sort of Hermite-Hadamard inequality via the newly discussed idea. Furthermore, to enhance the quality of paper, we prove two new lemmas and in order to these lemmas, we attain some extensions of Hermite-Hadamard-type inequality in the manner of newly explored definition. The concepts and tools of this paper may invigorate and revitalize for additional research in this mesmerizing and absorbing field of mathematics.
, Jinsong Leng, Misbah Anjum, Mudassar Fiaz
Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation with Applications, Volume 2, pp 88-107; https://doi.org/10.53391/mmnsa.2022.008

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This study proposes a novel mathematical model of COVID-19 and its qualitative properties. Asymptotic behavior of the proposed model with local and global stability analysis is investigated by considering the Lyapunov function. The mentioned model is globally stable around the disease-endemic equilibrium point conditionally. For a better understanding of the disease propagation with vaccination in the population, we split the population into five compartments: susceptible, exposed, infected, vaccinated, and recovered based on the fundamental Kermack-McKendrick model. He's homotopy perturbation technique is used for the semi-analytical solution of the suggested model. For the sake of justification, we present the numerical simulation with graphical results.
Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation with Applications, Volume 2, pp 73-87; https://doi.org/10.53391/mmnsa.2022.007

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A new concept in the transmutation of distribution applying variable transmuting function has been conceived. Test examples with power function by quadratic and cubic transmutations have been demonstrated by the applications of the error-function and standard logistic function variable transmuting functions. The efficiency and properties of the new approach by numerical examples addressing the rate constants of the transmuting functions and the shape parameter of the test power function have been demonstrated. An additional example with a quadratic transmutation of the exponential distribution through the error function as a variable transmuting parameter has been developed.
Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation with Applications, Volume 2, pp 59-72; https://doi.org/10.53391/mmnsa.2022.006

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The current paper investigates a newly developed model for Hepatitis-B infection in sense of the Atangana-Baleanu Caputo (ABC) fractional-order derivative. The proposed technique classifies the population into five distinct categories, such as susceptible, acute infections, chronic infections, vaccinated, and immunized. We obtain the Ulam-Hyers type stability and a qualitative study of the corresponding solution by applying a well-known principle of fixed point theory. Furthermore, we establish the deterministic stability of the proposed model. For the approximation of the ABC fractional derivative, we use a newly proposed numerical method. The obtained results are numerically verified by MATLAB 2020a.
Nafi Kulaksiz, Sevval Cip, Zeynep Gedikoglu, Muhsin Hancer
Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation with Applications, Volume 2, pp 48-58; https://doi.org/10.53391/mmnsa.2022.01.005

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This paper addresses the mathematical modelling of aircraft landing gear based on the shock absorber system’s dynamics and examination of results depending on different touchdown scenarios and design parameters. The proposed methodology relies on determining an analytical formulation of the shock absorber system’s equation of motion, modelling this formulation on the model-based environment (Matlab/Simulink), and integrating with an accurate aircraft nonlinear dynamic model to observe the performance of landing gear in different touchdown or impact velocities. A suitable landing performance depends on different parameters which are related to the shock absorber system’s working principle. There are three subsystems of the main system which are hydraulic, pneumatic, and tire systems. Subsystems create a different sort of forces and behaviors. The air in the pneumatic system is compressed by the impact effect so it behaves like a spring and creates pneumatic or air spring force so the most effective parameter in this structure is determined as initial air volume. Hydraulic oil in the receptacle of the hydraulic system flow in an orifice hole when impact occurs so it behaves as a damper and creates damping or hydraulic force. The same working principle is acceptable for the air in the tire. The relationship between tire and ground creates a friction force based on dynamic friction coefficient depending on aircraft dynamics. As a result of this study effect of the impact velocity and initial air volume parameters on the system are examined and determined by optimization according to maximum initial load limits of aircraft and displacement of strut and tire surface.
Molood Gholami, Reza Khoshsiar Ghaziani, Zohreh Eskandari
Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation with Applications, Volume 2, pp 41-47; https://doi.org/10.53391/mmnsa.2022.01.004

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A three-dimensional system is introduced in this paper and its local stability is analyzed. Our study establishes the validity and uniqueness of the linear feedback control for the proposed system and proves its existence and uniqueness. The numerical simulation algorithm described by Atanackovic and Stankovic is finally applied. The analytical results are analyzed and the dynamics of the system are explored in more detail.
Francisco Javier Martínez-Farías, Anahí Alvarado-Sánchez, Eduardo Rangel-Cortes, Arturo Hernández-Hernández
Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation with Applications, Volume 2, pp 26-40; https://doi.org/10.53391/mmnsa.2022.01.003

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Several models based on discrete and continuous fields have been proposed to comprehend residential criminal dynamics. This study introduces a two-dimensional model to describe residential burglaries diffusion, employing Lèvy flights dynamics. A continuous model is presented, introducing bidimensional fractional operator diffusion and its differences with the 1-dimensional case. Our results show, graphically, the hotspot's existence solution in a 2-dimensional attractiveness field, even fractional derivative order is modified. We also provide qualitative evidence that steady-state approximation in one dimension by series expansion is insufficient to capture similar original system behavior. At least for the case where series coefficients have a linear relationship with derivative order. Our results show, graphically, the hotspot's existence solution in a 2-dimensional attractiveness field, even if fractional derivative order is modified. Two dynamic regimes emerge in maximum and total attractiveness magnitude as a result of fractional derivative changes, these regimes can be understood as considerations about different urban environments. Finally, we add a Law enforcement component, embodying the "Cops on dots" strategy; in the Laplacian diffusion dynamic, global attractiveness levels are significantly reduced by Cops on dots policy but lose efficacy in Lèvy flight-based diffusion regimen. The four-step Preditor-Corrector method is used for numerical integration, and the fractional operator is approximated, getting the advantage of the spectral methods to approximate spatial derivatives in two dimensions.
Ndolane Sene
Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation with Applications, Volume 2, pp 13-25; https://doi.org/10.53391/mmnsa.2022.01.002

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In this paper, we consider the constructive equations of the fractional second-grade fluid. The considered fluid model is described by the Caputo derivative. The problem consists to determine the exact analytical solution using the Laplace transform method. The influence of the order of the used fractional operator has been presented in this paper. We also analyze the influence of the Prandtl number in the dynamics of the temperature distribution according to the variation of the order of the Caputo derivative. The impact of the second-grade parameter and the Grashof number in the dynamics of the velocity has been presented and discussed. The influences of the parameters used in the modeling have been interpreted in terms of a fractional context. In general, it is shown that the order of the fractional operator influences the diffusivity of the considered fluid. This influence can cause an increase or decrease in the temperature and velocity distributions. The main findings of the paper have been illustrated using the graphical representations of the considered distributions according to the order of the fractional operator.
Pushpendra Kumar, Vedat Suat Erturk
Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation with Applications, Volume 1, pp 102-111; https://doi.org/10.53391/mmnsa.2021.01.010

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In this paper, we simulate an epidemic model of cholera disease in the sense of generalized Liouville-Caputo fractional derivative. We provide the results related to the existence of a unique solution by using some well-known theorems. Numerical solutions of the given model are derived by using two different numerical methods along with their importance. A number of graphs are plotted to understand the given cholera disease dynamics. The main motivation to do this research is to understand the given disease dynamics as well as the efficiency of both methods which are very recent to the literature.
Parvaiz Ahmad Naik, Zohreh Eskandari, Hossein Eskandari Shahraki
Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation with Applications, Volume 1, pp 95-101; https://doi.org/10.53391/mmnsa.2021.01.009

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This paper focuses on introducing a two-dimensional discrete-time chemical model and the existence of its fixed points. Also, the one and two-parameter bifurcations of the model are investigated. Bifurcation analysis is based on numerical normal forms. The flip (period-doubling) and generalized flip bifurcations are detected for this model. The critical coefficients identify the scenario associated with each bifurcation. To confirm the analytical results, we use the MATLAB package MatContM, which performs based on the numerical continuation method. Finally, bifurcation diagrams are presented to confirm the existence of flip (period-doubling) and generalized flip bifurcations for the glycolytic oscillator model that gives a better representation of the study.
Stefania Allegretti, Iulia Martina Bulai, Roberto Marino, Margherita Anna Menandro, Katia Parisi
Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation with Applications, Volume 1, pp 56-66; https://doi.org/10.53391/mmnsa.2021.01.006

Zakia Hammouch, Mehmet Yavuz, Necati Özdemir
Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation with Applications, Volume 1, pp 11-23; https://doi.org/10.53391/mmnsa.2021.01.002

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