The complex behavior of leaky faucets is obtained by numerical simulation using a stochastic method introduced by Mannaet al. and the results are compared with experimental data. Typical return maps of thin faucets are reproduced.
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de Oliveira, P.M.C., Penna, T.J.P. Simulating the complex behavior of a leaky faucet. J Stat Phys 73, 789–798 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01054351
- Dynamical complex systems
- lattice simulation