In this essay, the nonlinear fractional integral equation is studied.
Akbari-Ganji’s Method (AGM), Homotopy Perturbation Method (HPM) and
Vibrational Iteration Method (VIM) are applied to obtain its solution.
We present a new strategy for finding the approximate solutions to
Fractional differential equations. We experience Fractional differential
equations, which are broadly utilized in fluids. In this article, we
have used analytical methods to check the correctness of the answers.
Ordinary equations and fractional differential equations are related to
entropy and wavelets, and so on. A few examples are employed to appear
accurate and simple to implement and demonstrate the method. The
solutions are clarified in convergent series. Some well-known models for
anticipating the oscillation behavior of the action in a vibrating
system are presented, then with the help of fractional calculus which
could exceptionally powerful tool in mathematics and modeling of complex
systems, a model for the same system is proposed. Compare the models and
finally show that the proposed fractional model not only includes
non-fractional models but also predicts the behavior of the system more