# ON AN INVERSE PROBLEM WITH AN INTEGRAL OVERDETERMINATION CONDITION FOR THE BURGERS EQUATION

## DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26577/JMMCS.2023.v117.i1.03## Keywords:

Burgers equation, inverse problem, a priori estimates, Galerkin method## Abstract

In this paper we consider one inverse problem for the Burgers equation with an

integral overdetermination and periodic boundary conditions in a domain that is trapezoid. Using an integral overdetermination, boundary and initial conditions, we reduce the inverse problem to the study of an already direct initial boundary value problem

for the loaded Burgers equation. Next, we use a one-to-one transformation of independent variables to move from a trapezoid to a rectangular domain, where we study an auxiliary problem, for which the methods of Faedo-Galerkin, a priori estimates and functional analysis have been proved

a theorem on its unique solvability in Sobolev classes. Note that the obtained a priori estimates are uniform with respect to the summation index of the approximate solution and do not depend on time.

Further, on the basis of this theorem, due to the correspondence of spaces, theorems on the unique solvability of the original inverse problem are proved. Also, for the selected initial data, the paper presents graphs of the initial-boundary problem for the loaded Burgers equation and the desired function of the inverse problem, which together constitute the solution of the original inverse problem.

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