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Coupled oscillators in identification of nonlinear damping of a real parametric pendulum. A damped parametric pendulum with friction is identified twice by means of its precise and imprecise mathematical model. A laboratory test stand designed for experimental investigations of nonlinear effects determined by a viscous resistance and the stick-slip phenomenon serves as the model mechanical system. An influence of accurateness of mathematical modeling on the time variability of the nonlinear damping coefficient of the oscillator is proved.
A free decay response of a precisely and imprecisely modeled physical pendulum is dependent on two different time-varying coefficients of damping. The coefficients of the analyzed parametric oscillator are identified with the use of a new semi-empirical method based on a coupled oscillators approach, utilizing the fractional order derivative of the discrete measurement series treated as an input to the numerical model.
Results of application of the proposed method of identification of the nonlinear coefficients of the damped parametric oscillator have been illustrated and extensively discussed. Damping of coupled harmonic oscillators.
When two harmonic oscillators are coupled in the presence of damping , their dynamics exhibit two very different regimes depending on the relative magnitude of the coupling and damping terms At resonance, when the coupling has its largest effect, if the coupling dominates the damping , there is a periodic exchange of energy between the two oscillators while, in the opposite case, the energy transfer from one oscillator to the other one is irreversible.
We prove that the border between these two regimes goes through an exceptional point and we briefly explain what is an exceptional point.
The present paper is written for undergraduate students, with some knowledge in classical mechanics, but it may also be of interest for graduate students. Damped transverse oscillations of interacting coronal loops. Damped transverse oscillations of magnetic loops are routinely observed in the solar corona.
This phenomenon is interpreted as standing kink magnetohydrodynamic waves, which are damped by resonant absorption owing to plasma inhomogeneity across the magnetic field.
The periods and damping times of these oscillations can be used to probe the physical conditions of the coronal medium. Some observations suggest that interaction between neighboring oscillating loops in an active region may be important and can modify the properties of the oscillations.
Here we theoretically investigate resonantly damped transverse oscillations of interacting nonuniform coronal loops. We provide a semi-analytic method, based on the T-matrix theory of scattering, to compute the frequencies and damping rates of collective oscillations of an arbitrary configuration of parallel cylindrical loops.
The effect of resonant damping is included in the T-matrix scheme in the thin boundary approximation. Analytic and numerical results in the specific case of two interacting loops are given as an application.
Oscillation damping means for magnetically levitated systems. The present invention presents a novel system and method of damping rolling, pitching, or yawing motions, or longitudinal oscillations superposed on their normal forward or backward velocity of a moving levitated system. Quantum damped oscillator I: Dissipation and resonances. We show that they correspond to the poles of energy eigenvectors and the corresponding resolvent operator when continued to the complex energy plane.
Therefore, the corresponding generalized eigenvectors may be interpreted as resonant states which are responsible for the irreversible quantum dynamics of a damped harmonic oscillator. Damping of prominence longitudinal oscillations due to mass accretion.
First we consider small amplitude oscillations and use the linear description. Then we consider nonlinear oscillations and assume that the damping is slow, meaning that the damping time is much larger that the characteristic oscillation time. The thread oscillations are described by the solution of the nonlinear pendulum problem with slowly varying amplitude. The nonlinearity reduces the damping time, however this reduction is small. Again the damping time is inversely proportional to the accretion rate.
We also obtain that the oscillation periods decrease with time. We conclude that the mass accretion can damp the motion of the threads rapidly. Thus, this mechanism can explain the observed strong damping of large-amplitude longitudinal oscillations.
In addition, the damping time can be used to determine the mass accretion rate and indirectly the coronal heating. Noisy oscillator : Random mass and random damping. The problem of a linear damped noisy oscillator is treated in the presence of two multiplicative sources of noise which imply a random mass and random damping. The additive noise and the noise in the damping are responsible for an influx of energy to the oscillator and its dissipation to the surrounding environment.
A random mass implies that the surrounding molecules not only collide with the oscillator but may also adhere to it, thereby changing its mass. We present general formulas for the first two moments and address the question of mean and energetic stabilities.
The phenomenon of stochastic resonance, i. Quantization of the damped harmonic oscillator revisited. We return to the description of the damped harmonic oscillator with an assessment of previous works, in particular the Bateman-Caldirola-Kanai model and a new model proposed by one of the authors. We argue the latter has better high energy behavior and is connected to existing open-systems approaches.
Some nonlinear damping models in flexible structures. A class of nonlinear damping models is introduced with application to flexible flight structures characterized by low damping. Approximate solutions of engineering interest are obtained for the model using the classical averaging technique of Krylov and Bogoliubov.
The results should be considered preliminary pending further investigation. Dynamics of cochlear nonlinearity : Automatic gain control or instantaneous damping?
Measurements of basilar-membrane BM motion show that the compressive nonlinearity of cochlear mechanical responses is not an instantaneous phenomenon. For this reason, the cochlear amplifier has been thought to incorporate an automatic gain control AGC mechanism characterized by a finite reaction time.
This paper studies the effect of instantaneous nonlinear damping on the responses of oscillatory systems. The principal results are that i instantaneous nonlinear damping produces a noninstantaneous gain control that differs markedly from typical AGC strategies; ii the kinetics of compressive nonlinearity implied by the finite reaction time of an AGC system appear inconsistent with the nonlinear dynamics measured on the gerbil basilar membrane; and iii conversely, those nonlinear dynamics can be reproduced using an harmonic oscillator with instantaneous nonlinear damping.
Furthermore, existing cochlear models that include instantaneous gain-control mechanisms capture the principal kinetics of BM nonlinearity. Thus, an AGC system with finite reaction time appears neither necessary nor sufficient to explain nonlinear gain control in the cochlea. Dissipative quantum trajectories in complex space: Damped harmonic oscillator. It is shown that dissipative quantum trajectories satisfy a quantum Newtonian equation of motion in complex space with a friction force.
These trajectories converge to the equilibrium position as time evolves. It is indicated that dissipative complex quantum trajectories for the wave and solitonlike solutions are identical to dissipative complex classical trajectories for the damped harmonic oscillator.
This study develops a theoretical framework for dissipative quantum trajectories in complex space. Bryan's effect and anisotropic nonlinear damping. In , G. Bryan discovered the following: "The vibration pattern of a revolving cylinder or bell revolves at a rate proportional to the inertial rotation rate of the cylinder or bell.
It is well known that any imperfections in a vibratory gyroscope VG affect Bryan's law and this affects the accuracy of the VG. Consequently, in this paper, we assume that all such imperfections are either minimised or eliminated by some known control method and that only damping is present within the VG. If the damping is isotropic linear or nonlinear , then it has been recently demonstrated in this journal, using symbolic analysis, that Bryan's law remains invariant.
However, it is known that linear anisotropic damping does affect Bryan's law. In this paper, we generalise Rayleigh's dissipation function so that anisotropic nonlinear damping may be introduced into the equations of motion. Using a mixture of numeric and symbolic analysis on the ODEs of motion of the VG, for anisotropic light nonlinear damping , we demonstrate up to an approximate average , that Bryan's law is affected by any form of such damping , causing pattern drift, compromising the accuracy of the VG.
Nonlinear Oscillators in Space Physics. We discuss dynamical systems that produce an oscillation without an external time dependent source. Numerical results are presented for nonlinear oscillators in the Em1h's atmosphere, foremost the quasi-biennial oscillation QBOl. These fluid dynamical oscillators , like the solar dynamo, have in common that one of the variables in a governing equation is strongly nonlinear and that the nonlinearity , to first order, has particular form.
It is shown that this form of nonlinearity can produce the fundamental li'equency of the internal oscillation. The fundamental frequency maintains the oscillation , with no energy input to the system at that particular frequency. Nonlinearities of 2nd or even power could not maintain the oscillation. Nonlinear Landau damping in the ionosphere. In a strictly linear analysis, these instability driven waves will decay due to Landau damping on a time scale much shorter than the observed time duration of the diffuse resonance.
Calculations of the nonlinear wave particle coupling coefficients, however, indicate that the diffuse resonance wave can be maintained by the nonlinear Landau damping of the sounder stimulated 2f sub H wave.
The time duration of the diffuse resonance is determined by the transit time of the instability generated and nonlinearly maintained diffuse resonance wave from the remote short lived hot region back to the antenna.
We study damped harmonic oscillations in mechanical systems like the loaded spring and simple pendulum with the help of an oscillation measuring electronic counter. The experimental data are used in a software program that solves the differential equation for damped vibrations of any system and determines its position, velocity and acceleration as…. Cubication of Conservative Nonlinear Oscillators. A cubication procedure of the nonlinear differential equation for conservative nonlinear oscillators is analysed and discussed.
This scheme is based on the Chebyshev series expansion of the restoring force, and this allows us to approximate the original nonlinear differential equation by a Duffing equation in which the coefficients for the linear…. Nonlinear evolution of baryon acoustic oscillations. We study the nonlinear evolution of baryon acoustic oscillations in the dark matter power spectrum and the correlation function using renormalized perturbation theory.
In a previous paper we showed that renormalized perturbation theory successfully predicts the damping of acoustic oscillations ; here we extend our calculation to the enhancement of power due to mode coupling.
We show that mode coupling generates additional oscillations that are out of phase with those in the linear spectrum, leading to shifts in the scales of oscillation nodes defined with respect to a smooth spectrum. We present predictions for these shifts as a function of redshift; these should be considered as a robust lower limit to the more realistic case that includes, in addition, redshift distortions and galaxy bias. We show that these nonlinear effects occur at very large scales, leading to a breakdown of linear theory at scales much larger than commonly thought.
We discuss why virialized halo profiles are not responsible for these effects, which can be understood from basic physics of gravitational instability. Our results are in excellent agreement with numerical simulations, and can be used as a starting point for modeling baryon acoustic oscillations in future observations. To meet this end, we suggest a simple physically motivated model to correct for the shifts caused by mode coupling.
Modeling nonlinearities in MEMS oscillators. We present a mathematical model of a microelectromechanical system MEMS oscillator that integrates the nonlinearities of the MEMS resonator and the oscillator circuitry in a single numerical modeling environment. This is achieved by transforming the conventional nonlinear mechanical model into the electrical domain while simultaneously considering the prominent nonlinearities of the resonator.
The proposed nonlinear electrical model is validated by comparing the simulated amplitude-frequency response with measurements on an open-loop electrically addressed flexural silicon MEMS resonator driven to large motional amplitudes.
Next, the essential nonlinearities in the oscillator circuit are investigated and a mathematical model of a MEMS oscillator is proposed that integrates the nonlinearities of the resonator.
An oscillator generates output without any ac input signal. An electronic oscillator is a circuit which converts dc energy into ac at a very high frequency. An amplifier with a positive feedback can be understood as an oscillator. An amplifier increases the signal strength of the input signal applied, whereas an oscillator generates a signal without that input signal, but it requires dc for its operation. This is the main difference between an amplifier and an oscillator.
Coupled oscillators in identification of nonlinear damping of a real parametric pendulum. A damped parametric pendulum with friction is identified twice by means of its precise and imprecise mathematical model. A laboratory test stand designed for experimental investigations of nonlinear effects determined by a viscous resistance and the stick-slip phenomenon serves as the model mechanical system. An influence of accurateness of mathematical modeling on the time variability of the nonlinear damping coefficient of the oscillator is proved. A free decay response of a precisely and imprecisely modeled physical pendulum is dependent on two different time-varying coefficients of damping. The coefficients of the analyzed parametric oscillator are identified with the use of a new semi-empirical method based on a coupled oscillators approach, utilizing the fractional order derivative of the discrete measurement series treated as an input to the numerical model.
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This document provides reference information on the use of the Oscillator DesignGuide. The Oscillator DesignGuide is integrated into Agilent EEsof's Advanced Design System environment, working as a smart library and interactive handbook for the creation of useful designs. It allows you to quickly design oscillators, interactively characterize their components, and receive in-depth insight into their operation. It is easily modifiable to user-defined configurations. The first release of this DesignGuide focuses on RF printed circuit boards and microwave oscillations.
The class C gain is more than 25dB at 27 MHz. Master the art of audio power amplifier design. RF Products. I want to know if this design can be applied to the RF stage of an amplifier. In this paper, we describe the design of a high power amplifier at Ka band. The RF layout together with the radio matching network needs to be properly designed to ensure that most of the power from the For more information on the Smith chart, refer to the user guides and tutorials available online. Instead of specifying the Y and S parameters for a power transistor, manufacturers will typically specify the large-signal input impedance and the large-signal output.
The oscillators are electronic circuits makes a respective electronic signal generally the sine wave and the square wave. It is very important in other types of the electronic equipment such as quartz which used as a quartz oscillator. The amplitude modulation radio transmitters use the oscillation to generate the carrier waveform. The AM radio receiver uses the special oscillator it is called as a resonator to tune a station. The oscillators are present in the computers, metal detectors and also in the guns.
PDF | The aim of this tutorial is to provide an electronic engineer knowledge and A linear oscillator is a mathematical fiction which can only be used as a by means of piece-wise-linear modelling of the nonlinear components which are.
An electronic oscillator is an electronic circuit that produces a periodic, oscillating electronic signal, often a sine wave or a square wave or a triangle wave. They are widely used in many electronic devices ranging from simplest clock generators to digital instruments like calculators and complex computers and peripherals etc. Oscillators are often characterized by the frequency of their output signal:.
Textbook and References. Example 1. Basic Lyapunov Theory. Sections 3.
will be looking into the theory of nonlinear oscillators. We anticipate that for nonlinearity deprives us of access to the linear mathematics which has previously amplitude-dependent (but this is a lesson learned already in §2);. • Aperiodic.Quigiltipen 21.05.2021 at 23:35
An oscillator is used to produce electronic signal with oscillating periods.