Soliton solutions of coupled higgs field equation via the trial equation method

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    Since a few recent decades, investigation of nonlinear evolution equations (NLEEs) is becoming an important area of research as they have a variety of applications in various branches of social and scientific disciplines like Ecology, Social Dynamics, Financial Mathematics, Engineering and many branches of Physics such as Biophysics, Chemical Physics, Fibre Optics, Fluid Mechanics, Neuro-physics, Particle Physics, Solid State Physics and many more. Many powerful and efficient methods of finding exact solutions of NLEEs have been proposed so far and the Trial Equation Method [ 1 - 5] is one of them. Many authors have successfully used the method in finding exact solutions of a number of NLEEs. In the present paper, soliton solutions of the Coupled Higgs Field Equation [ 6 - 10 ] are being obtained using the Trial Equation Method.

     The Coupled Higgs Field Equation describes system of conserved scalar nucleons interacting with neutral scalar mesons in particle physics. This coupled equation has applications in the studies of Field Theory and Electromagnetic waves as well. This coupled equation introduces the Higgs field to illustrate the mechanism of generation of mass for Gauge Bosons. The Coupled Higgs Field Equation is generally expressed as the following pair of NLEEs








    Here, x and t are spatial and temporal variables respectively, the function  is a complex scalar nucleon field, the function  is a real scalar meson field,  are arbitrary real constants and the subscripts denote partial differentiations with respect to them.

    Using the Trial Equation Method, the above coupled NLEE is to be solved to obtain some soliton solutions.

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Article ID: 29859
DOI: 10.14419/ijpr.v7i2.29859

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