Evgeny Vetchanin
Publications:
Borisov A. V., Mamaev I. S., Vetchanin E. V.
Dynamics of a Smooth Profile in a Medium with Friction in the Presence of Parametric Excitation
2018, vol. 23, no. 4, pp. 480502
Abstract
This paper addresses the problem of selfpropulsion of a smooth profile in a medium with viscous dissipation and circulation by means of parametric excitation generated by oscillations of the moving internal mass. For the case of zero dissipation, using methods of KAM theory, it is shown that the kinetic energy of the system is a bounded function of time, and in the case of nonzero circulation the trajectories of the profile lie in a bounded region of the space. In the general case, using charts of dynamical regimes and charts of Lyapunov exponents, it is shown that the system can exhibit limit cycles (in particular, multistability), quasiperiodic regimes (attracting tori) and strange attractors. Oneparameter bifurcation diagrams are constructed, and Neimark – Sacker bifurcations and perioddoubling bifurcations are found. To analyze the efficiency of displacement of the profile depending on the circulation and parameters defining the motion of the internal mass, charts of values of displacement for a fixed number of periods are plotted. A hypothesis is formulated that, when nonzero circulation arises, the trajectories of the profile are compact. Using computer calculations, it is shown that in the case of anisotropic dissipation an unbounded growth of the kinetic energy of the system (Fermilike acceleration) is possible.

Vetchanin E. V., Mamaev I. S.
Dynamics of Two Point Vortices in an External Compressible Shear Flow
2017, vol. 22, no. 8, pp. 893–908
Abstract
This paper is concerned with a system of equations that describes the motion of two point vortices in a flow possessing constant uniform vorticity and perturbed by an acoustic wave. The system is shown to have both regular and chaotic regimes of motion. In addition, simple and chaotic attractors are found in the system. Attention is given to bifurcations of fixed points of a Poincar´e map which lead to the appearance of these regimes. It is shown that, in the case where the total vortex strength changes, the “reversible pitchfork” bifurcation is a typical scenario of emergence of asymptotically stable fixed and periodic points. As a result of this bifurcation, a saddle point, a stable and an unstable point of the same period emerge from an elliptic point of some period. By constructing and analyzing charts of dynamical regimes and bifurcation diagrams we show that a cascade of perioddoubling bifurcations is a typical scenario of transition to chaos in the system under consideration.

Vetchanin E. V., Kilin A. A., Mamaev I. S.
Control of the Motion of a Helical Body in a Fluid Using Rotors
2016, vol. 21, no. 78, pp. 874884
Abstract
This paper is concerned with the motion of a helical body in an ideal fluid, which is controlled by rotating three internal rotors. It is proved that the motion of the body is always controllable by means of three rotors with noncoplanar axes of rotation. A condition whose satisfaction prevents controllability by means of two rotors is found. Control actions that allow the implementation of unbounded motion in an arbitrary direction are constructed. Conditions under which the motion of the body along an arbitrary smooth curve can be implemented by rotating the rotors are presented. For the optimal control problem, equations of subRiemannian geodesics on $SE(3)$ are obtained.

Vetchanin E. V., Mamaev I. S., Tenenev V. A.
The Selfpropulsion of a Body with Moving Internal Masses in a Viscous Fluid
2013, vol. 18, no. 12, pp. 100117
Abstract
An investigation of the characteristics of motion of a rigid body with variable internal mass distribution in a viscous fluid is carried out on the basis of a joint numerical solution of the Navier–Stokes equations and equations of motion for a rigid body. A nonstationary threedimensional solution to the problem is found. The motion of a sphere and a dropshaped body in a viscous fluid in a gravitational field, which is caused by the motion of internal material points, is explored. The possibility of selfpropulsion of a body in an arbitrary given direction is shown.
