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Initial condition as u(O, t) = N /9/8sech(t/to). This optimum value can be expected to vary slightly with 8 but to what extent is unknown. 25 dB/km) and periodic amplification. We see in Figure 4 that the broadening rate of the PMDperturbed solitons is increases with the amplifier spacing. It is well known that periodic amplification of solitons will lead to the generation of dispersive waves at a frequency phase-matched by the perturbation wavenumber . For a fixed amplifier spacing the emission of dispersive waves will decrease with the dispersive length  and hence the pulses will broaden more rapidly for higher dispersions.
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The coefficient 8 determines the relative influence of PMD and nonlinearity. /3b,;I:; = 82/3g/to,;I:;, see reference , and TO is the initial (RMS- )width, and z is the propagation distance (km) . We will refer to this case of pulse broadening as the linear case. Now, by using nonzero values of the GVD (corresponding to values of 8 less than infinity) we are able to monitor how the width depends on the propagation distance z for solitons, and the result can be viewed in Figure 1. It is clearly seen that solitons broaden in qualitatively the same way as linear PMD pulses (as pointed out in reference ).
A model designed to predict the motion of objects translated by classical blast waves by I Gerald Bowen; U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. Civil Effects Test Operations.; et al