DescriptionCanards in Stiction: On Solutions of a Friction Oscillator by Regularization
We consider the problem of the friction oscillator using the stiction model of friction. This friction law has a discontinuity between the dynamic and the static regime. The discontinuity set has a sticking region in which the forward solution is non-unique. In particular, there are special points along these segments where the solution is tangent to the boundary of the discontinuity set. In order to resolve this uncertainty, we introduce a regularization of the vector field and we obtain a multiple-time scale problem. Here the special points of the piecewise-smooth problem become folded saddles and a canard solution appears. We study the interaction of periodic orbits with the canard and we find that the the regularized problem has solutions that do not appear in the original problem.
|Period||22 May 2017|
|Location||Snowbird, United StatesShow on map|
|Degree of Recognition||International|