Session K1: Poster Session II
2:00 PM–2:00 PM, Tuesday, March 22, 2005
LACC Room: Exhibit Hall 2:00-5:00pm
Abstract ID: BAPS.2005.MAR.K1.65
Abstract: K1.00065 : A quasi-dissipative and discontinuous bifurcation in an electronic circuit
(Wuxi first middle school)
An electronic relaxation oscillator with over-voltage protection performs a transition simultaneously from conservative to quasi-dissipative and from continuous to discontinuous by varying a characteristic parameter. The bifurcation can produce a sudden transition of a conservative stochastic web to a transient one so that the iterations on the web escape to some conservative elliptic islands. We numerically show that a fat fractal forbidden network suddenly appears inside the original web at the bifurcation threshold. The remnant forms the transient web. The fractal exponent of the forbidden web displays an exponential dependence on the control parameter. This should be the principal rule describing the bifurcation. In addition, the dependence of the averaged lifetime of the iterations inside the transient stochastic web on the control parameter still follows the universal power law. We analytically and numerically deduced the scaling exponent.
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