Eikonal Slant Helices and Eikonal Darboux Helices In 3Dimensional Riemannian Manifolds


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1 Eikonal Slant Helices and Eikonal Darboux Helices In Dimensional Riemannian Manifolds Mehmet Önder a, Evren Zıplar b, Onur Kaya a a Celal Bayar University, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Department of Mathematics, Muradiye Campus, Muradiye, Manisa, urkey. s: b Çankırı Karatekin University, Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics, Çankırı, urkey Abstract In this study, we give definitions and characterizations of eikonal slant helix curves, eikonal Darboux helices and nonnormed eikonal Darboux helices in three dimensional Riemannian manifold We show that every eikonal slant helix is also an eikonal Darboux helix. Furthermore, we obtain that if the curve α is a nonnormed eikonal Darboux helix, then α is an eikonal slant helix if and only if κ + τ = constant, where κ and τ are curvature and torsion of α, respectively. MSC: 5A04, 4H45. Key words: Eikonal slant helix; Eikonal Darboux helix.. Introduction In differential geometry of curves, the special curves whose curvatures satisfy some special conditions have an important role and more applications. One of the wellknown of such curves is helix curve in the Euclidean space E which is defined by the property that the tangent line of the curve makes a constant angle with a fixed straight line (the axis of the general helix) []. herefore, a general helix can be equivalently defined as one whose n tangent indicatrix is a planar curve. Certainly, the helices in E correspond with those whose unit tangent indicatrices are contained in hyperplanes. In 80, Lancret stated a classical result for the helices and this result was first proved by B. de Saint Venant in 845: A necessary and sufficient condition that a curve to be a general helix is that the ratio of the first curvature to the second curvature be constant i.e., κ / τ is constant along the curve, where κ and τ denote the first and second curvatures of the curve, respectively []. Of course, there exist more special curves in the space. One of them is slant helix which first introduced by Izumiya and akeuchi by the property that the normal lines of curve make a constant angle with a fixed direction in the Euclidean space E [7]. Later, Slant helices have been studied by some mathematicians and new kinds of these curves also have been introduced [,5,8,9,0]. Moreover, some mathematicians have defined new special curve according to the Darboux vector of a space curve in E. First, the curve of constant precession has been introduced by Scofield []. Scofield has defined a curve of constant precession as follows:
2 Definition.. ([]) A unit speed curve of constant precession is defined by the property that its Darboux vector revolves about a fixed line in space with constant angle and constant speed. A curve of constant precession is characterized by having κ ( s) = wsin( µ ( s)), τ ( s) = wcos( µ ( s)), where w > 0 and µ are constants. Later, Zıplar, Şenol and Yaylı have introduced the Darboux helix which is defined by the property that the Darboux vector of a space curve makes a constant angle with a fixed direction and they have given the characterizations of this new special curve [5]. Recently, new kinds of helices and slant helices have been introduced by Zıplar, Şenol and Yaylı by considering a space curve with a function f : M R, where M is a Riemannian manifold [4]. hey have used eikonal function defined below and given f  eikonal helices and f eikonal slant helices. Definition.. ([]) Let M be a Riemannian manifold and g be its metric. For the function f : M R, it is said that f is eikonal if f is constant, where f is gradient of f, i.e., ( ) df ( X ) = g f, X. Moreover, let us recall that X g ( X, X ) of here exist many applications of = for X M, where M is the tangent bundle f in mathematical physics and geometry. For instance, if f is nonconstant on connected M, then the Riemannian condition f = is precisely the eikonal equation of geometrical optics. So, on a connected M, a nonconstant real valued function f is Riemannian if f satisfies this eikonal equation. In the geometrical optical interpretation, the level sets of f are interpreted as wave fronts. he characteristics of the eikonal equation (as a partial differential equation), are then the solutions of the gradient flow equation for f (an ordinary differential equation), x = f, which are geodesics of M orthogonal to the level sets of f, and which are parameterized by arc length. hese geodesics can be interpreted as light rays orthogonal to the wave fronts (See [4] for details). heorem.. ([6]) A complete Riemannian manifold M without boundary admits a nontrivial affine function if and only if M is isometric to Riemannian product Ν R. Lemma.. ([]) Let (, ) M g be a complete connected smooth Riemannian manifold. hen the followings are equivalent to each other.
3 i) f is an affine function. ii) f is smooth and its gradient vector field iii) f is smooth and its Hessian f is parallel. D f vanishes everywhere. iv) f is smooth and f is a Killing vector field with f constant. In this paper, we introduce eikonal Darboux helix, nonnormed eikonal Darboux helix and eikonal slant helix in dimensional Riemannian manifold and give some characterizations of these new special curves.. Eikonal Slant Helices and Eikonal Darboux Helices α = α s : Ι R M be an immersed curve in dimensional Riemannian Let ( ) manifold he unit tangent vector field of α will be denoted by. Also, 0 will denote the curvature and torsion of α, respectively. herefore if { } frame of α and is the LeviCivita connection of equations of α as = κ N N = κ + τ B B = τ N κ > and τ, N, B is the Frenet M, then one can write the Frenet []. he vector W = τ + κ B is called Darboux vector. hen for the Frenet formulae we have = W, N = W N, B = W B, where " " shows the vector product in Definition.. Let M be a dimensional Riemannian manifold with the metric g and let α ( s) be a Frenet curve with the Frenet frame {,, } eikonal function along curve α, i.e. g ( f, N ) f N B in Let f : M R be a = constant along the curve α. If the function is nonzero constant along α, then α is called an f eikonal slant helix curve. And, f is called the axis of the f eikonal slant helix curve α. Definition.. Let be a curve in M be a Riemannian manifold with the metric g. Let us assume that α M with Frenet frame {,, } vector W = τ + κ B. Also, let Darboux vector W τ κ 0 = + B κ + τ κ + τ N B, nonzero curvatures κ,τ and Darboux f : M R be an eikonal function along α. If the unit
4 of the curve α makes a constant angle ϕ with the gradient of the function f, that is ( ) g W, f cosϕ 0 = is constant along α, then the curve α is called f eikonal Darboux helix. Especially, if g ( W f ) helix. hen, we have the following corollary., = constant, then α is called a nonnormed f eikonal Darboux Corollary.. A nonnormed f eikonal Darboux helix is an f eikonal Darboux helix if and only if κ + τ is constant. Example.. We consider the Riemannnian manifold g. Let f : M R (,, ) (,, ) x y z f x y z = x + y + z be a function defined in α : I R M hen, the curve s s s s α ( s) =,cos,sin is an f eikonal slant helix curve in M =R with the Euclidean metric Firstly, we will show that f is an eikonal function along the curve α. If we compute f, we find out f as f = (, y, z). So, we get ( ) f = + 4 y + z. And, if we compute f along the curve α, we find out f = 5 = constant. hat is, f is an eikonal function along α. Now, we will show that the function g ( f, N ) is nonzero constant along α. Since f =,cos s s, sin along α and s s N = 0, cos, sin,
5 we obtain ( f N ) g, = = constant along α. Finally, α is an f eikonal slant helix curve in On the other hand, nonnormed Darboux vector of α is W =, 0, 0, and curvatures are κ = τ =. hen we obtain that g ( f, W ) = = constant along α. So, α is an f eikonal nonnormed Darboux helix curve in constants, α is also an f eikonal Darboux helix curve in Since κ, τ are Now, we give some heorems concerned with f eikonal slant helix curve and f  eikonal Darboux helix. Whenever we write M, we will consider M as a dimensional Riemannian manifold with the metric g and complete connected smooth without boundary and we will assume M is isometric to a Riemannian product Ν R. heorem.. Let us assume that feikonal slant helix curve in i) he function f : M R be a nontrivial affine function and α ( s) hen, the following properties are hold: be an κ ( τ + κ ) κ () is a real constant. ii) he axis of f eikonal slant helix is obtained as f = + cosθ N + B, τ + κ τ + κ where n is a nonzero constant.
6 Proof. i) Since α is an f eikonal slant helix, we have ( ) there exist smooth functions a = a ( s), ( ) a a s θ a such that g f, N = cosθ = constant. So, = = cos and = a ( s) of arc length s f = a + cosθ N + a B, () where {, N, B } is a basis of M (tangent bundle of Since f is an affine function, by Lemma., M ). f is parallel in α. hen, if we take the derivative in each part of () in the direction in Frenet equations, we get M, i.e., f 0 = along M and use the ( [ a ] κ cos θ ) + ( a κ a τ ) N + ( [ a ] + τ cos θ ) B = 0, () Since [ a ] = a ( s), ( i ) in () and the Frenet frame {,, } we have i i N B is linearly independent, ( s) a κ cosθ = 0, aκ aτ = 0, a ( s) + τ cosθ = 0. (4) From the second equation of the system (4) we obtain a = a. (5) κ Since f is an eikonal function along α, we have f is constant. hen () and (5) give that κ and from (6) we can write where a + a + cos θ = constant, (6) + a = n, (7) κ n is a nonzero constant. From (7) we have a = ± n. (8) + κ By taking the derivative of (8) with respect to s and using the third equation of the system (4), we get
7 κ ( τ + κ ) = constant κ (9) which is desired function. ii) By direct calculation from (5) and (8), we have a = κ + τ, a = κ + τ, where n is a nonzero constant. hen, the axis of feikonal slant helix is f = + cosθ N + B τ + κ τ + κ (0) from (). he above heorem has the following corollary. Corollary.. Let us assume that α be f : M R be a nontrivial affine function and ( s) an feikonal slant helix curve in M with nonzero curvatures κ and τ. hen, the curvatures κ and τ satisfy the following nonlinear equation system: τ + κ µκ = 0, τ + κ + µτ = 0. () heorem.. Let helix in f : M R be a nontrivial affine function. hen, every feikonal slant M is also an f eikonal Darboux helix in Proof. Let α be feikonal slant helix in hen, from heorem., the axis of α is f = + cosθ N + B. () τ + κ τ + κ Considering the unit Darboux vector W 0, equality () can be written as follows f = nw0 + cosθ N, () which shows that f lies on the plane spanned by W 0 and N. Since n is a nonzero g f, W 0 = n is constant along α, i.e, α is an f eikonal constant, from (), we have ( ) Darboux helix in
8 heorem.. Let us assume that f : M R be a nontrivial affine function and α be a nonnormed f eikonal Darboux helix. hen α is an f eikonal slant helix if and only if κ + τ = constant. Proof. Since α is a nonnormed f eikonal Darboux helix, we have g ( W f ), = constant. On the other hand, there exist smooth functions a = a ( s), a = a ( s) and a ( ) = a s of arc length s such that f = a + an + ab, (4) where,, a a a are assumed nonzero and {,, } function, by Lemma.., f is parallel in derivative in each part of (4) in the direction in N B is a basis of Since f is an affine M, i.e., f 0 M and use the Frenet equations, we get = along α. hen, if we take the ( a a κ) + ( a κ + a a τ ) N + ( a + a τ ) B = 0, (5) where a ( s) = [ a ], ( i ). Since the Frenet frame {,, } have i i N B is linearly independent, we a aκ = 0, aκ + a aτ = 0, a + aτ = 0. Equality g ( W f ), = constant gives that (6) aτ + aκ = constant. (7) Differentiating (7) and using the first and third equations of system (6) we obtain a τ + κ = (8) a 0 From (8) and the second equation of system (6) it follows ( ) a a κ + τ = τ (9) Since a 0, from (9) we see that a = a ( s) is constant if and only if κ + τ = constant, i.e, α is an f  eikonal slant helix if and only if κ + τ = constant. From heorem., Definition. and Corollary., we have the following corollaries. Corollary.. Let α be a nonnormed f eikonal Darboux helix. hen α is an f  eikonal slant helix if and only if α is a curve of constant precession.
9 Corollary.4. Let α be a nonnormed f eikonal Darboux helix. hen α is an f  eikonal slant helix if and only if α is an f eikonal Darboux helix. References [] Ali, A.., Position vectors of slant helices in Euclidean Space E, J. of Egyptian Math. Soc., 0() (0) 6. [] Barros, M., General helices and a theorem of Lancret, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 5, no.5, (997) [] Di Scala, A.J., RuizHernandez, G., Higher codimensional euclidean helix submanifolds, Kodai Math. J., (00) 90. [4] Fischer, A.E., Riemannian maps between Riemannian manifolds, Contemporary Math., Vol 8, (99) 66. n [5] Gök, Đ., Camcı, Ç, Hacısalihoğlu, H.H., Vn slant helices in Euclidean n space E, Math. Commun., 4() (009) 79. [6] Innami, N., Splitting heorems Of Riemannian manifolds, Compositio Mathematica, Vol. 47, (98) Fasc., [7] Izumiya, S., akeuchi, N., New special curves and developable surfaces, urk J. Math. 8, (004) 56. [8] Kula, L. and Yayli, Y., On slant helix and its spherical indicatrix, Appl. Math. and Comp., 69, (005) [9] Kula, L., Ekmekçi, N., Yaylı, Y., Đlarslan, K., Characterizations of Slant Helices in Euclidean Space, urk J Math., (009). [0] Önder, M., Kazaz, M., Kocayiğit, H. Kılıç, O., 4 B slant helix in Euclidean 4space E, Int. J. Contemp. Math. Sci. (9) (008) [] Sakai,., On Riemannian Manifolds Admitting a Function whose Gradient is of Constant Norm, Kodai Math. J., Vol 9 (996) 95. [] Scofield, P.D., Curves of constant precession. Am. Math. Montly 0 (995) [] Struik, D.J., Lectures on Classical Differential Geometry, nd ed. Addison Wesley, Dover, (988). [4] Şenol, A., Zıplar, E., Yaylı, Y., On f Eikonal Helices and f Eikonal Slant Helices in Riemannian Manifolds, arxiv:.4960 [math.dg]. [5] Zıplar, E., Şenol, A., Yaylı, Y., On Darboux helices in Euclidean space, Global J. of Sci. Frontier Res., () (0) 780.
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