A map for systems with resonant trappings and scatterings
journal contributionposted on 03.02.2020, 10:15 by Anton Artemyev, Anatoly Neishtadt, Alexei Vasiliev
Slow-fast dynamics and resonant phenomena can be found in a wide range of physical systems, including problems of celestial mechanics, fluid mechanics, and charged particle dynamics. Important resonant effects that control transport in the phase space in such systems are resonant scatterings and trappings. For systems with weak diffusive scatterings the transport properties can be described with the Chirikov standard map, and the map parameters control the transition between stochastic and regular dynamics. In this paper we put forward the map for resonant systems with strong scatterings that result in non-diffusive drift in the phase space, and trappings that produce fast jumps in the phase space. We demonstrate that this map describes the transition between stochastic and regular dynamics and find the critical parameter values for this transition.
Russian Scientific Fund, project 19-12-00313
- Mathematical Sciences