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On phase at a resonance in slow-fast Hamiltonian systems
We consider a slow-fast Hamiltonian system with one fast angular variable (a fast phase) whose frequency vanishes on some surface in the space of slow variables (a resonant surface). Systems of such form appear in the study of dynamics of charged particles in inhomogeneous magnetic field under influence of a high-frequency electrostatic waves. Trajectories of the averaged over the fast phase system cross the resonant surface. The fast phase makes ∼ 1/ε turns before arrival to the resonant surface (ε is a small parameter of the problem). An asymptotic formula for the value of the phase at the arrival to the resonance was derived earlier in the context of study of charged particle dynamics on the basis of heuristic considerations without any estimates of its accuracy. We provide a rigorous derivation of this formula and prove that its accuracy is O(√ε) (up to a logarithmic correction). This estimate for the accuracy is optimal.
Leverhulme Trust (Grant No. RPG-2018-143)
- Mathematical Sciences
Published inRegular and Chaotic Dynamics
Pages581 - 608
- AM (Accepted Manuscript)