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Anton Artemyev

Profsoyuznaya st., 84/32, Moscow, 117997 Russia
Space Research Institute

Publications:

Artemyev A. V., Neishtadt A. I., Vasiliev A. A.
A Map for Systems with Resonant Trappings and Scatterings
2020, vol. 25, no. 1, pp.  2-10
Abstract
Slow-fast dynamics and resonant phenomena can be found in a wide range of physical systems, including problems of celestial mechanics, fluid mechanics, and charged particle dynamics. Important resonant effects that control transport in the phase space in such systems are resonant scatterings and trappings. For systems with weak diffusive scatterings the transport properties can be described with the Chirikov standard map, and the map parameters control the transition between stochastic and regular dynamics. In this paper we put forward the map for resonant systems with strong scatterings that result in nondiffusive drift in the phase space, and trappings that produce fast jumps in the phase space. We demonstrate that this map describes the transition between stochastic and regular dynamics and find the critical parameter values for this transition.
Keywords: scattering on resonance, capture into resonance
Citation: Artemyev A. V., Neishtadt A. I., Vasiliev A. A.,  A Map for Systems with Resonant Trappings and Scatterings, Regular and Chaotic Dynamics, 2020, vol. 25, no. 1, pp. 2-10
DOI:10.1134/S1560354720010025
Neishtadt A. I., Vasiliev A. A., Artemyev A. V.
Capture into Resonance and Escape from it in a Forced Nonlinear Pendulum
2013, vol. 18, no. 6, pp.  686-696
Abstract
We study the dynamics of a nonlinear pendulum under a periodic force with small amplitude and slowly decreasing frequency. It is well known that when the frequency of the external force passes through the value of the frequency of the unperturbed pendulum’s oscillations, the pendulum can be captured into resonance. The captured pendulum oscillates in such a way that the resonance is preserved, and the amplitude of the oscillations accordingly grows. We consider this problem in the frames of a standard Hamiltonian approach to resonant phenomena in slow-fast Hamiltonian systems developed earlier, and evaluate the probability of capture into resonance. If the system passes through resonance at small enough initial amplitudes of the pendulum, the capture occurs with necessity (so-called autoresonance). In general, the probability of capture varies between one and zero, depending on the initial amplitude. We demonstrate that a pendulum captured at small values of its amplitude escapes from resonance in the domain of oscillations close to the separatrix of the pendulum, and evaluate the amplitude of the oscillations at the escape.
Keywords: autoresonance, capture into resonance, adiabatic invariant, pendulum
Citation: Neishtadt A. I., Vasiliev A. A., Artemyev A. V.,  Capture into Resonance and Escape from it in a Forced Nonlinear Pendulum, Regular and Chaotic Dynamics, 2013, vol. 18, no. 6, pp. 686-696
DOI:10.1134/S1560354713060087
Neishtadt A. I., Artemyev A. V., Zelenyi L. M.
Regular and chaotic charged particle dynamics in low frequency waves and role of separatrix crossings
2010, vol. 15, no. 4-5, pp.  564-574
Abstract
We consider interaction of charged particles with an electromagnetic (electrostatic) low frequency wave propagating perpendicular to a uniform background magnetic field. The effects of particle trapping by the wave and further acceleration of a surfatron type are discussed in details. Method for this analysis based on the adiabatic theory of separatrix crossing is used. It is shown that particle can unlimitedly accelerate in the trapping in electromagnetic waves and energy of particle does not increase for the system with electrostatic wave.
Keywords: surfatron acceleration, separatrix crossings, adiabatic invariant
Citation: Neishtadt A. I., Artemyev A. V., Zelenyi L. M.,  Regular and chaotic charged particle dynamics in low frequency waves and role of separatrix crossings, Regular and Chaotic Dynamics, 2010, vol. 15, no. 4-5, pp. 564-574
DOI:10.1134/S1560354710040118

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