By Jan Awrejcewicz, Igor V. Andrianov, Leonid I. Manevitch

ISBN-10: 3540638946

ISBN-13: 9783540638940

This publication covers advancements within the idea of oscillations from diversified viewpoints, reflecting the fields multidisciplinary nature. It introduces the state of the art within the thought and numerous purposes of nonlinear dynamics. It additionally bargains the 1st therapy of the asymptotic and homogenization equipment within the concept of oscillations together with Pad approximations. With its wealth of fascinating examples, this ebook will turn out important as an advent to the sphere for beginners and as a reference for experts.

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2 Pm sm t9 = O. 55) by sin t9 and the second one by cos t9, and adding both of them, we have 13 sin t9 - 8 cost9 - / = ~qm sin t9 - ~Pm cost9 w w 1 -2am-B 1 W Lla w2 +- b w - - l2 = O. 57) From the above equations we obtain qm . smt9 - Pm cost9. 46) we get . (------cost9---smt9 CI qm Pm . l ·u = 00 - mw +c ( - bI - qm. 59) Pm 2maw COS t9 ) . 4 Analysis of Nonconservative Nonautonomous Systems 35 In order to simplify this procedure, we take m = 1, Le. we are looking for a solution of the form + '19).

71). 81) ~ cos{}o = O. 71) = -ahe(a) - ;: sin {} . {} = Cte(a) - cp W - . V = cos{} cA [a(t), {}(t), w] , = cB [a(t), {}(t),w]. 86) where o(t) are small enough. 87) into a Taylor series because of oa and 019 near the point (ao , {}o), and finally we obtain 38 2. Discrete Systems a) i a o 2 b) 1 2 Fig. 2. Amplitude of oscillations (a) and phase shift (b) versus w / 010 . = c [ A(ao,t9o,w) oa + aA aa (ao,t9 0)oa + aA aa (ao,t9o)o~] . + aB aa (ao, t90)oa + aB aa (ao, t9o)o~ ] [ o~ = c B(ao, '190, w) , .

31) which leads to the equations X(I,O)(tO) = X(O,l)(tO) = X(2,O) (to) Examples of two calculation to considered now [28]. = ... = O. 1. 33) where m is the mass of the vibrating body, and ko, k 1 and k2 are the stiffness coefficients. 2 = ko/m, 1-£ = k1/ko, and e = k 2/m, we obtain the equation . 2(1 + 1-£ cos 2t)x + ex3 = O. 34) For 1-£ = 0, we obtain the Duffing equation, and for e = 0, the Mathieu equation. Let us develop the quantities >.. x. 2 = n 2 + a(I,O) J-L + +e 2 (a(0,2) x 49 J-L 2a(2,0) + ...

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