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2017-05-29
10:40
Kyoto Ritesumeikan University, Suzaku Campus Superposition of Grover algorithms behind arbitral classical external force in 1DOF oscillator -- As an example of solutions for inverse problem in Newtonian mechanics with non-conservative force --
Shigeo Kotake, Yuichiro Kawakita (Mie Univ.)
Recently, many relations have been reported between quantum information and various physical phenomena such as Hamilton ... [more]
NLP 2017-05-12
16:00
Okayama Okayama University of Science Analysis of Constraint Phenomenon in an Electric Bouncing Ball
Hiroaki Takahashi (Oita Univ.), Hiroyuki Asahara (Okayama Univ. of Sci.), Takuji Kousaka (Oita Univ.) NLP2017-27
The bouncing ball is the simplest impact system. In this paper, we analyze the bifurcation phenomena for a constrained p... [more] NLP2017-27
pp.131-134
NLP 2014-05-26
15:50
Shimane Big Heart IZUMO Stability Analysis Method of Period-One Orbit in an Impact Oscillator with Two-Mass System
Hiroki Amano (Oita Univ.), Hiroyuki Asahara (Fukuoka Univ.), Takuji Kousaka (Oita Univ.) NLP2014-5
We propose a stability analysis method of period-one orbit in an impact oscillator with two-mass. First, we describe the... [more] NLP2014-5
pp.25-28
NLP 2014-01-22
14:10
Hokkaido Niseko Park Hotel A Solving Algorithm for Period-1 Local Bifurcation Point in a (2+2)-dimensional Linear Impact Oscillator
Yusuke Tone (Oita Univ.), Hiroyuki Asahara (Fukuoka Univ.), Kazuyuki Aihara (Univ. of Tokyo), Takuji Kousaka (Oita Univ.) NLP2013-156
In this paper, we propose a solving algorithm for period-1 local bifurcation point in a (2+2)-dimensional linear impact ... [more] NLP2013-156
pp.141-144
NLP 2011-12-15
15:15
Aomori Iwaki Hall AB, Hirosaki Univ. An Effective Method for Calculating the Grazing Bifurcation Points in an Impact Oscillator
Yusho Shimizu (Oita Univ.), Hiroo Sekiya (Chiba Univ.), Kazuyuki Aihara (The Univ. of Tokyo), Takuji Kousaka (Oita Univ.) NLP2011-122
In recent years, researchers have proposed some calculating methods of the grazing bifurcation points. However, the comp... [more] NLP2011-122
pp.31-34
NLP 2011-11-09
11:25
Okinawa Miyako Island Marine Terminal A Calculation Method of Grazing Bifurcation Point for Period-1 Orbit in an Impact Oscillator with Periodically Moving Borders
Akiko Takahashi (Oita Univ.), Hiroo Sekiya (Chiba Univ.), Kazuyuki Aihara (The Univ. of Tokyo), Takuji Kousaka (Oita Univ.) NLP2011-96
This paper proposes a calculation method of the grazing bifurcation point in an impact oscillator with the periodically ... [more] NLP2011-96
pp.29-32
NLP 2011-05-26
15:15
Kagawa Olive park olive memorial hall Experimental Study on Three-Mass Impact System based on a Pair of Gears
Shu Karube (Oita N.C.T.), Hiroyuki Asahara, Takuji Kousaka (Oita Univ.), Kazuyuki Aihara (Tokyo Univ.) NLP2011-6
The impact vibrating system has a property that the system changes when the trajectory hits the
border. In the field of... [more]
NLP2011-6
pp.27-30
NC, NLP 2011-01-25
09:30
Hokkaido Hokakido Univ. Searching Method of the Grazing Bifurcation Points for Impact Vibrating System
Yusho Shimizu (Oita Univ.), Shu Karube (Oita NCT), Hiroo Sekiya (Chiba Univ.), Takuji Kousaka (Oita Univ.) NLP2010-141 NC2010-105
The impact vibrating system has a property that the system changes when the trajectory hits the
border. There are vario... [more]
NLP2010-141 NC2010-105
pp.99-102
NLP 2010-11-19
14:55
Miyagi Tohoku University (RIEC) Tracking Method of the Bifurcation Points in an Impact Oscillator with Fixed Border
Akiko Takahashi, Shingo Tomonaga (Oita Univ.), Kunichika Tsumoto (Osaka Univ.), Takuji Kousaka (Oita Univ.) NLP2010-102
Impact oscillators have a property that the trajectory is jumped at hitting borders. These systems are observed in vario... [more] NLP2010-102
pp.17-20
NLP 2010-07-13
09:00
Ishikawa Ishikawa Prefectural Bunkyo Hall Shooting Method for Analysis of Stability in Mechanical System with Impact Vibration
Shota Hirashima (Oita Univ.), Shu Karube (Oita Nat Coll. of Tech.), Takuji Kousaka (Oita Univ.) NLP2010-41
This paper proposes the shooting method for analysis of stability in mechanical system with impact vibration. First, we ... [more] NLP2010-41
pp.61-64
NLP 2005-12-16
14:15
Ibaraki Ibaraki Univ. Global Representation of Periodic Solutions Appearing in Zero-Stiffness Vibro-Impact System
Hitoshi Imamura (Ibaraki Univ.)
Exact derivation method of all periodic solutions for zero stiffness forced vibro-impact systems is proposed. First, spe... [more] NLP2005-92
pp.39-44
NLP 2005-03-26
10:20
Tokyo Tokyo Univ Riemann Zeta function appering in deriving process of periodic solutions for Piecewise Linear Systems
Hitoshi Imamura (Ibaraki Univ.)
Global analytical method based on pesudo-feedback approach which was introduced by authors enable us to derive all perio... [more] NLP2004-127
pp.13-18
NLP 2004-10-15
11:20
Niigata Nagaoka Univ. of Technology Non standard derivation of infinite past and infinite future for vibro-impact system
Hitoshi Imamura (Ibaraki Univ.)
We have proposed an analytical method to derive global form of general solution for vibro-impact system that is one of t... [more] NLP2004-65
pp.23-28
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