Phase Space Trajectories of a 1D Anharmonic Oscillator

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Anharmonic oscillators show a large variety of behaviors, typically nonperiodic. Changing the nonlinearity parameters of the force and the damping, as well as changing the external force, creates a large variety of phase space plots. Phase space trajectories of a one‐dimensional anharmonic oscillator can be described by , .

Contributed by: Michael Trott (March 2011)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA


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— maximum time — initial position — initial velocity , , , , , — parameters in the system ,



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