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Methods for the Quick Analysis of Micro-chaos

  • Gergely GyebrószkiEmail author
  • Gábor Csernák
Conference paper
Part of the Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics book series (PROMS, volume 93)

Abstract

Micro-chaos is a phenomenon when sampling, round-off and processing delay (shortly, digital effects) lead to chaotic oscillations with small amplitude. In previous works [1], the so-called micro-chaos maps of various digitally controlled unstable linear mechanical systems were derived and the possibility of the coexistence of several disconnected attractors was highlighted. The typical size of these attractors is usually negligible from the practical point of view, but the distance of the farthest attractor from the desired state can be rather large. This is why the phenomenon of micro-chaos can be the source of significant control error. In this paper, a set of numerical methods (e.g. cell mapping techniques for the exploration of the phase-space structure) is assembled in order to create a toolkit for the quick analysis of micro-chaotic behaviour. The elaborated methods are tested on models of PD-controlled unstable systems and the practically important characteristics of chaotic behaviour are determined.

Keywords

Periodic Point Chaotic Behaviour Chaotic Attractor Inverted Pendulum Periodic Group 
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Notes

Acknowledgements

This research was supported by the Hungarian National Science Foundation under grant no. OTKA K 83890.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Applied MechanicsBudapest University of Technology and EconomicsBudapest, Műegyetem rkp 5.Hungary
  2. 2.HAS-BUTE Research Group on Dynamics of Machines and VehiclesBudapest, Műegyetem rkp 5.Hungary

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