Computational Mathematics and Modeling

, Volume 8, Issue 3, pp 262–269 | Cite as

Bifurcation modes in a nonlinear optical system with distributed field rotation

  • A. V. Razgulin
  • K. A. Chechkina
Mathematical Models of Electrodynamics


We consider a model of a nonlinear optical system with distributed field rotation described by a functional-differential diffusion equation. An existence theorem is proved for periodical spatially nonhomogeneous traveling-wave solutions, which are generated from a spatially homogeneous stationary solution by an Andronov-Hopf (cycle-generating) bifurcation. A series expansion of the solution in powers of a small parameter is obtained and a stability condition is given. Simulation results are used to discuss the properties of the model.


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  • A. V. Razgulin
  • K. A. Chechkina

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