V Chinnathambi
Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 52 Issue 6 June 1999 pp 561-577 Research Articles
Statistical dynamics at critical bifurcations in Duffing-van der Pol oscillator
We study the characteristic features of certain statistical quantities near critical bifurcations such as onset of chaos, sudden widening and band-merging of chaotic attractor and intermittency in a periodically driven Duffing-van der Pol oscillator. At the onset of chaos the variance of local expansion rate is found to exhibit a self-similar pattern. For all chaotic attractors the variance Σ_{n}(
Volume 72 Issue 6 June 2009 pp 927-937 Research Articles
Role of asymmetries in the chaotic dynamics of the double-well Duffing oscillator
V Ravichandran S Jeyakumari V Chinnathambi S Rajasekar M A F Sanjuán
Duffing oscillator driven by a periodic force with three different forms of asymmetrical double-well potentials is considered. Three forms of asymmetry are introduced by varying the depth of the left-well alone, location of the minimum of the left-well alone and above both the potentials. Applying the Melnikov method, the threshold condition for the occurrence of horseshoe chaos is obtained. The parameter space has regions where transverse intersections of stable and unstable parts of left-well homoclinic orbits alone and right-well orbits alone occur which are not found in the symmetrical system. The analytical predictions are verified by numerical simulation. For a certain range of values of the control parameters there is no attractor in the left-well or in the right-well.
Volume 78 Issue 3 March 2012 pp 347-360 Research Articles
Nonlinear resonance in Dufﬁng oscillator with ﬁxed and integrative time-delayed feedbacks
V Ravichandran V Chinnathambi S Rajasekar
We study the nonlinear resonance, one of the fundamental phenomena in nonlinear oscillators, in a damped and periodically-driven Dufﬁng oscillator with two types of time-delayed feedbacks, namely, ﬁxed and integrative. Particularly, we analyse the effect of the time-delay parameter 𝛼 and the strength 𝛾 of the time-delayed feedback. Applying the perturbation theory we obtain a nonlinear equation for the amplitude of the periodic response of the system. For a range of values of 𝛾 and 𝛼, the response amplitude is found to be higher than that of the system in the absence of delayed feedback. The response amplitude is periodic on the parameter 𝛼 with period $2\pi /\omega$ where 𝜔 is the angular frequency of the external periodic force. We show the occurrence of multiple branches of the response amplitude curve with and without hysteresis.
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