Title: Chatter in Impacting Systems
Friday, October 7, at 4pm, in A2-002.
Dr. Petri Piiroinen (National University of Ireland Galway)
Abstract: This talk considers dynamical systems that are derived from mechanical systems with impacts. I will give some background and describe the basic dynamic behaviours of systems with impacts. In particular I will focus on chattering—accumulation of impacts—for which the idea of local discontinuity mappings will be discussed. For the discontinuity mappings I will first show how to use them in simulation schemes, and secondly how the mappings are used to calculate the stability of limit cycles with chattering by solving the first variational equations.
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