Lumped mass modelling and chaotic behavior of an elastic levitated droplet

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Authors: Dupac, M., Marghitu, D.B. and Beale, D.G.

Journal: Nonlinear Dynamics

Volume: 27

Pages: 311-326

ISSN: 0924-090X

DOI: 10.1023/A:1015255409574

In this paper, a nonlinear dynamicsanalysis of simulated data was considered to study the timeevolution of an electromagnetically levitated (ELM) flexibledroplet. The flexible droplet is modelled as a system with lumpedmasses, elastic springs, and rigid links. The behavior of thelevitated droplet was investigated. Quantities characterizing timeseries data such as attractor dimension or largest Lyapunovexponent were computed. Calculations were performed for dropletsof aluminum and copper. Thus, its chaotic behavior was analyzed.

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Authors: Dupac, M., Marghitu, D.B. and Beale, D.G.

Journal: Nonlinear Dynamics

Volume: 27

Issue: 4

Pages: 311-326

ISSN: 0924-090X

DOI: 10.1023/A:1015255409574

In this paper, a nonlinear dynamics analysis of simulated data was considered to study the time evolution of an electromagnetically levitated (ELM) flexible droplet. The flexible droplet is modelled as a system with lumped masses, elastic springs, and rigid links. The behavior of the levitated droplet was investigated. Quantities characterizing time series data such as attractor dimension or largest Lyapunov exponent were computed. Calculations were performed for droplets of aluminum and copper. Thus, its chaotic behavior was analyzed.

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Authors: Dupac, M., Marghitu, D.B. and Beale, D.G.

Journal: NONLINEAR DYNAMICS

Volume: 27

Issue: 4

Pages: 311-326

ISSN: 0924-090X

DOI: 10.1023/A:1015255409574

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