Early effect in time-dependent, high-dimensional nonlinear dynamical systems with multiple resonances

Y. Park, Y. Do, S. Altmeyer, Y. Lai, G. Lee, Physical Review E 91 (2015).

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We investigate high-dimensional nonlinear dynamical systems exhibiting multiple resonances under adiabatic parameter variations. Our motivations come from experimental considerations where time-dependent sweeping of parameters is a practical approach to probing and characterizing the bifurcations of the system. The question is whether bifurcations so detected are faithful representations of the bifurcations intrinsic to the original stationary system. Utilizing a harmonically forced, closed fluid flow system that possesses multiple resonances and solving the Navier-Stokes equation under proper boundary conditions, we uncover the phenomenon of the early effect. Specifically, as a control parameter, e.g., the driving frequency, is adiabatically increased from an initial value, resonances emerge at frequency values that are lower than those in the corresponding stationary system. The phenomenon is established by numerical characterization of physical quantities through the resonances, which include the kinetic energy and the vorticity field, and a heuristic analysis based on the concept of instantaneous frequency. A simple formula is obtained which relates the resonance points in the time-dependent and time-independent systems. Our findings suggest that, in general, any true bifurcation of a nonlinear dynamical system can be unequivocally uncovered through adiabatic parameter sweeping, in spite of a shift in the bifurcation point, which is of value to experimental studies of nonlinear dynamical systems.
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2015-02-09
Journal Title
Physical Review E
Volume
91
Issue
2
Article Number
022906
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IST-REx-ID

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Park Y, Do Y, Altmeyer S, Lai Y, Lee G. Early effect in time-dependent, high-dimensional nonlinear dynamical systems with multiple resonances. Physical Review E. 2015;91(2). doi:10.1103/PhysRevE.91.022906
Park, Y., Do, Y., Altmeyer, S., Lai, Y., & Lee, G. (2015). Early effect in time-dependent, high-dimensional nonlinear dynamical systems with multiple resonances. Physical Review E, 91(2). https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.91.022906
Park, Youngyong, Younghae Do, Sebastian Altmeyer, Yingcheng Lai, and Gyuwon Lee. “Early Effect in Time-Dependent, High-Dimensional Nonlinear Dynamical Systems with Multiple Resonances.” Physical Review E 91, no. 2 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.91.022906.
Y. Park, Y. Do, S. Altmeyer, Y. Lai, and G. Lee, “Early effect in time-dependent, high-dimensional nonlinear dynamical systems with multiple resonances,” Physical Review E, vol. 91, no. 2, 2015.
Park Y, Do Y, Altmeyer S, Lai Y, Lee G. 2015. Early effect in time-dependent, high-dimensional nonlinear dynamical systems with multiple resonances. Physical Review E. 91(2).
Park, Youngyong, et al. “Early Effect in Time-Dependent, High-Dimensional Nonlinear Dynamical Systems with Multiple Resonances.” Physical Review E, vol. 91, no. 2, 022906, American Physical Society, 2015, doi:10.1103/PhysRevE.91.022906.

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