Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 90 Issue 3 March 2018 Article ID 0031 Research Article
In this article, a simple autonomous transiently chaotic flow with cubic nonlinearities is proposed. This system represents some unusual features such as having a surface of equilibria. We shall describe some dynamical properties and behaviours of this system in terms of eigenvalue structures, bifurcation diagrams, time series, and phase portraits. Various behaviours of this system such as periodic and transiently chaotic dynamics can be shown by setting special parameters in proper values. Our system belongs to a newly introduced category of transiently chaotic systems: systems with hidden attractors. Transiently chaotic behaviour of our proposed system has beenimplemented and tested by the OrCAD-PSpise software. We have found a proper qualitative similarity between circuit and simulation results.
Volume 90 Issue 4 April 2018 Article ID 0052 Research Article
The literature on chaos has highlighted several chaotic systems with special features. In this work, a novel chaotic jerk system with non-hyperbolic equilibrium is proposed. The dynamics of this new system is revealed through equilibrium analysis, phase portrait, bifurcation diagram and Lyapunov exponents. In addition, we investigate the time-delay effects on the proposed system. Realisation of such a system is presented to verify its feasibility.
Volume 90 Issue 6 June 2018 Article ID 0070 Research Article
Nowadays, designing chaotic systems with hidden attractor is one of the most interesting topics in nonlinear dynamics and chaos. In this paper, a new 4D chaotic system is proposed. This new chaotic system has no equilibria, and so it belongs to the category of systems with hidden attractors. Dynamical features of this systemare investigated with the help of its state-space portraits, bifurcation diagram, Lyapunov exponents diagram, and basin of attraction. Also a hardware realisation of this system is proposed by using field programmable gate arrays(FPGA). In addition, an electronic circuit design for the chaotic system is introduced.
Volume 92 Issue 4 April 2019 Article ID 0052 Research Article
This paper studies the synchronisation of integer- and fractional-order discrete-time chaotic systems with different dimensions. Control laws are proposed for the full-state hybrid projective synchronisation (FSHPS) of a master–slave pair, where the difference equations of the master have an integer order while those of the slave have a fractional order. Moreover, inverse FSHPS laws are proposed for a fractional-order master and an integer-order slave. The Lyapunov stability theory of integer-order maps and the stability theory of linear fractional-order mapsare utilised to establish the asymptotic stability of the zero equilibrium corresponding to the synchronisation error system. Numerical results are presented to verify the findings of the study.
Volume 93 Issue 1 July 2019 Article ID 0012 Research Article
This paper reports the results of the analytical, numerical and analogical analyses of integer- and fractional-order chaotic systems with hyperbolic sine nonlinearity (HSN). By varying a parameter, the integer order of the system displays transcritical bifurcation and new complex shapes of bistable double-scroll chaotic attractorsand four-scroll chaotic attractors. The coexistence among four-scroll chaotic attractors, a pair of double-scroll chaotic attractors and a pair of point attractors is also reported for specific parameter values. Numerical results indicate that commensurate and incommensurate fractional orders of the systems display bistable double-scrollchaotic attractors, four-scroll chaotic attractors and coexisting attractors between a pair of double-scroll chaotic attractors and a pair of point attractors. Moreover, the physical existence of chaotic attractors and coexisting attractors found in the integer-order and commensurate fractional-order chaotic systems with HSN is verified using PSIM software. Numerical simulations and PSIM results have a good qualitative agreement. The results obtained in this work have not been reported previously in three-dimensional autonomous system with HSN and thus represent an enriching contribution to the understanding of the dynamics of this class of systems. Finally, combination synchronisation of such three-coupled identical commensurate fractional-order chaotic systems is analysed usingthe active backstepping method.
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