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Forced Pendulums with Damping
Watch the evolution of two sinusoidally forced pendulums with damping. The two pendulums follow the same equation of motion and are initially separated by an angular distance of 0.01. For what conditions does the system exhibit chaotic behavior?
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Rob Morris
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