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1 Solving Fuzzy Fractional Differential Equation with Fuzzy Laplace Transform Involving Sine function Dr.S.Rubanraj 1, J.sangeetha 2 1 Associate professor, Department of Mathematics, St. Joseph s College (Autonomous Trichy, India 2 Assistant professor, Department of Mathematics, A. M. Jain College (shift2 Chennai, India Abstract :This paper deals with fuzzy Laplace transforms to obtain the solution of fuzzy fractional differential equation (FFDEs under Riemann Liouville H-differentiability with fractional order (0 < <1. There is limited research devoted to the analytical method to solve the FFDEs under Riemann Liouville H- differentiability. An analytical solution is presented to confirm the capability of proposed method I.INTRODUCTION Fractional calculus is a mathematical branch investigating the properties of derivatives and integrals of non- integer orders. It has been applied in modelling physical and chemical processes and in engineering [4, 6, 18] Podlubny and kilbas[10,12,] gave the idea of fractional calculus and consider Riemann Liouville differentiability to solve FFDEs. Agarwal [2] proposed the concept of solutions for fractional differential equations with uncertainty. Laplace transform is used for solving differential equations. To solve fuzzy fractional differential equation, fuzzy initial and boundary value problems, we use fuzzy Laplace transform. The advantage of fuzzy Laplace transform is that it solves the problem directly without determining a general solution. Here we have seen some basic definitions and Riemann Liouville H- differentiability in section 2. In section 3, fuzzy Laplace transforms are introduced and we discuss the properties.the solutions of FFDEs are determined by Fuzzy Laplace transform under Riemann Liouville H- differentiability and solve the example involving sine terms in section 4. In section 5, a conclusion is drawn. II. PRELIMINARIES Definition: 2.1[8] Fuzzy number is a mapping : R [0, 1] with the following properties: 1. is upper semi continuous. 2. is fuzzy convex. i.e., R, λ [0, 1]. 3. is normal. i.e., R for which for all 4. Supp is the support of the, and its closure cl (supp is compact. Definition: 2.2[13, 14] A fuzzy number in parametric form is a pair of functions which satisfy the following requirements: 1. is a bounded non-decreasing left continuous function in (0, 1],and right continuous at 0, is a bounded non-increasing left continuous function in (0,1],and right continuous at 0, Theorem: 2.1[15] Let be fuzzy valued function on [a, represented by. For any fixed [0, 1], assume and are Riemann- integrable on [a, b] for every b a, and assume there are two positive functions (r, (r such that (r and for every b Then is improper fuzzy Riemann integrable on [a, and the improper fuzzy Riemann integral is a fuzzy number. Furthermore, we have Definition: 2.3 Let If there exists z such that, then is called the H- difference of and and it is denoted by. Riemann Liouville H-differentiability: [7] [a,b] is the space of all continuous fuzzy valued functions on [a,b]. Also we denote the space of all Lebesgue integrable fuzzy valued functions on [a, b] by. Definition: 2.4 Let [a,b], in (a,b and.we say that is Riemann Liouville H- differentiable about order 0 at, if there exists an element such that for h > 0 sufficiently small (i (or (r ISSN: Page 218

2 (ii (iii (iv (or (or We say that the fuzzy valued function is differentiable if it is differentiable as in the definition2.5 case (i, and is differentiable if it is differentiable as in the definition 2.5 of case (ii and so on for other cases. Theorem:2.2[17] Let [a, b], in (a,b and 0 < β <1. Then (i Let us consider is differentiable fuzzy valued function, then Using the classical Laplace transforms, and Then we get Definition: 3.2 Hypergeom is the generalized hyper geometric function F also known as Barnes extended hyper geometric function. For scalars a,b and c, hypergeom ([a,b],c,z is a Gauss hyper geometric function 2 The Gauss hypergeometric function 2 is defined in the unit disc as the sum of the hypergeometric series 2, Definition: 3.3 The pochhammer symbol is defined by Definition: 3.4, A two parameters function of Mittag -Leffler type is defined by the series expansion, (ii Let us consider is differentiable fuzzy valued function, then, 0 An error function is defined by. (α, β>0 3. FUZZY LAPLACE TRANSFORMS Definition: 3.1[16], 0 (1 (2 Let be continuous fuzzy valued function. Suppose that is improper fuzzy Riemann integrable on [0, then is called fuzzy Laplace transforms and denoted by (p>0 and integer Using Theorem 2.1 we have 0 ; (3 Theorem: 3.1 [16] Let are continuous fuzzy valued functions.suppose that & are constants. Lemma: 3.2 [16] Let be continuous fuzzy valued function on [0, and λ R then Derivative theorem: 3.2 Suppose that [0, if is differentiable, and if is differentiable. (5 ISSN: Page 219

3 4. FUZZY FRACTIONAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS UNDER RIEMANN LIOUVILLE H- DIFFERENTIABILITY: Let [a,b] and consider the fuzzy fractional differential equation of order 0 < β <1 with the initial condition and Solutions: (6 Here we use fuzzy Laplace transform and its inverse to derive the solution.by taking Laplace transform on both sides, we get (7 Based on the Riemann Liouville H- differentiability, we have the following cases: Case (i Let us consider is a differentiable function then the equation (7 is extended based on the its lower and upper functions as follows To solve the linear system (10, we assume that are the solutions By using inverse Laplace transform are computed as follows, Example: 1 (11 Let us consider the following fuzzy fractional differential equation Solution: Case (i: Suppose λ then applying Laplace transform on both sides (12 (13, 0 (8 Using differentiability, we get } To solve the linear system (8, we assume that are the solutions (14 By using inverse Laplace transform are computed as follows, Case (ii (9 Let us consider is a differentiable function then the equation (7 can be written as follows Applying inverse transform on both sides, (15 0 (10 } (16 ISSN: Page 220

4 (17 Case (ii Suppose λ then using differentiability the solution will obtain similar to equation (17. For the special case, let us consider β0.5, λ1and in case (i Rearrange the terms split series... (18> erfc (- (18 Now consider 1 st term in equation (18 erfc (- erfc (- erfc (- 2 nd term in equation (18 --(* 5. CONCLUSION: In this paper, solving FFDEs of order 0< <1using fuzzy Laplace transforms under Riemann Liouville H differentiability was discussed. As an example, we solved a problem involving sine term. REFERENCES: [1] Abbasbandy S, Shirzadi A. Homotopy analysis method for multiple solutions of the fractional Sturm Liouville problems. Numer Algor 2010;54: [2] Agarwal RP, Lakshmikantham V, Nieto JJ. On the concept of solution for fractional differential equations with uncertainty. Nonlinear Anal 2010;72: [3] Allahviranloo T, Salahshour S. A new approach for solving first order fuzzy differential equations. Commun Comput Inform Sci 2010;81: Part 5Part 7. [4] Arara A, Benchohra M, Hamidi N, Nieto JJ. Fractional order differential equations on an unbounded domain. Nonlinear Anal 2010;72: [5] Lakshmikantham V, Vatsala AS. Basic theory of fractional differential equations. Nonlinear Anal 2008;69: [6] Babenko YI. Heat and Mass Transfer, Chemia, Leningrad; [7] Bede B, Gal SG. Generalizations of the differentiability of fuzzynumber-valued functions with applications to fuzzy differential equations. Fuzzy Sets Syst 2005;151: [8] Zimmermann HJ. Fuzzy set theory and its applications. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academi Publishers; [9] Dr. S. Rubanraj, J. Sangeetha Fuzzy Laplace Transform With Fuzzy Fractional Differential Equation volume4 ijmcr -p [10] Kilbas AA, Srivastava HM, Trujillo JJ. Theory and applications of fractional differential equations. Amesterdam: Elsevier Science B.V; 2006 [11] Beyer H, Kempfle S. Definition of physically consistent damping laws with fractional derivatives. ZAMM 1995;75: [12] Podlubny I. Fractional differential equation. San Diego: Academic Press; ISSN: Page 221

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