An Analysis of the Belousov-Zhabotinskii Reaction
Casey R. Gray Calhoun High School Port Lavaca, TX 77979 and The High School Summer Science Research Program Department of Mathematics Baylor University Waco, TX 76798 graycrjj@tisd.net
Abstract We begin wi
ON A MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR THE BELOUSOV-ZHABOTINSKII (BZ) REACTION
Min Kyung Kwon, McNair Scholar Dr. V.S. Manoranjan, Faculty Mentor Department of Mathematics ABSTRACT Many real world problems can be modeled using ordinary differential equations (ODEs).
Session IVB5
Implementation of the Chua's circuit and its applications
Mahesh Mulukutla and Cherif Aissi1
University of Louisiana at Lafayette, College of Engineering Lafayette, LA 70504, USA
Abstract
In this paper the Chua's circuit is investigated. This
Why the Weather is Unpredictable,
An Experimental and Theoretical Study of the Lorenz Equations
AN HONORS THESIS PRESENTED TO THE FACULTY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND THE DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS BATES COLLEGE IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMEN
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Lorenz equations
In this lecture we derive the Lorenz equations, and study their behavior. The equations were first derived by writing a severe, low-order truncation of the equations of R-B convection. One motivation was to demonstrate SIC for weather
Nonlinear Oscillators at Our Fingertips
Tanya Leise and Andrew Cohen
1. AN EXPERIMENT WITH COUPLED OSCILLATORS. We begin with an experiment that requires minimal equipment: you just need your left and right forefingers. To get warmed up, first point your