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And yet, it has still not been possible to create a single simple and at the same time effective method for displaying any predetermined area.

Among the wide variety of proposed numerical conformal mapping methods, it is evident that they can be categorized into three groups: the boundary variation method, the trigonometric interpolation method, and the method by P.P. Kufarev and his developments [1-5].

Methods that involve varying the boundary of a region include the approach developed by P.F. Filchakov, which is based on a series of successive and appropriately selected elementary mappings. Therefore, it is natural to refer to this method as the method of successive conformal mappings or the exhaustion method.

This method is detailed in [6-8], where applications related to the theory of filtration and groundwater flow beneath dams are also presented. Consider the following example, in which we need to map an infinite region (*Z _{0}*) onto the upper half-plane (

As illustrated in Figure 1, when an ellipse is mapped onto the upper half-plane, its boundary coincides with the real axis, and the contour of the region *Z _{0}* approaches the real axis more closely. At this point, the contour resides within the

$t=\frac{{z}_{0}+\sqrt{{z}_{0}{}^{2}-{a}^{2}+{b}^{2}}}{a+b},{\text{z}}_{1}=\frac{{a}_{1}+{b}_{1}}{2}\cdot t+\frac{{a}_{1}+{b}_{1}}{2t}\text{(1}\text{.1)}$

The first equation in (1.1) defines the mapping from the exterior of an ellipse with given half-planes a and b to the exterior of a unit-radius circle. The second equation maps the exterior of a unit-radius circle to the exterior of another ellipse with half-planes *a _{1}* and

Furthermore, it's worth noting the following properties of elliptic mappings:

Property 1: Points in the *Z _{n}* plane located on the half-ellipse and the real axis are mapped to points on the real axis in the

Property 2: For all points in the half-planes *Z _{n}* and

By virtue of these observed properties, a sequence of elliptic mappings is capable of transferring any simply connected and univalent region in the *Z* plane to the upper half-plane *W* with any desired level of accuracy.

The development and modernization of conformal imaging are required for use in conformal mapping, electrostatics for calculating the distribution of electric fields, and continuum mechanics (hydraulic and aeromechanics, gas dynamics, theory of elasticity, theory of plasticity, etc.). Currently, the development of computational methods has led to the creation of compact models. matrix calculation technologies may be preferable for engineering use.

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