Study of Subharmonic Response in Nonlinear System Models
Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University., 1971 - Nonlinear theories - 212 pages
The report investigates the system model G(u, u dot, . . ., u sup n, t) = F(t), where F(t) is a periodic excitation. Using an approximate solution of the form u(t) = Summation, R=0 to UH (U sub c)(R) cos R (omega sub o) t + (U sub s) (R) sin R (omega sub o) t), analytical theorems and computer results are obtained that yield information into the nature of the existence and non-existence of subharmonic components in the response. By assuming G(u, u dot ..., u sup n, t) to be a polynomial, theorems are developed that determine the conditions for the possible existence and non-existence of subharmonic response. (Author).
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