TY - JOUR
T1 - Solution procedure of residue harmonic balance method and its applications
AU - Guo, Zhongjin
AU - Leung, A. Y T
AU - Ma, Xiaoyan
PY - 2014/8
Y1 - 2014/8
N2 - This paper presents a simple and rigorous solution procedure of residue harmonic balance for predicting the accurate approximation of certain autonomous ordinary differential systems. In this solution procedure, no small parameter is assumed. The harmonic residue of balance equation is separated in two parts at each step. The first part has the same number of Fourier terms as the present order of approximation and the remaining part is used in the subsequent improvement. The corrections are governed by linear ordinary differential equation so that they can be solved easily by means of harmonic balance method again. Three kinds of different differential equations involving general, fractional and delay ordinary differential systems are given as numerical examples respectively. Highly accurate limited cycle frequency and amplitude are captured. The results match well with the exact solutions or numerical solutions for a wide range of control parameters. Comparison with those available shows that the residue harmonic balance solution procedure is very effective for these autonomous differential systems. Moreover, the present method works not only in predicting the amplitude but also the frequency of bifurcated period solution for delay ordinary differential equation. © 2014 Science China Press and Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
AB - This paper presents a simple and rigorous solution procedure of residue harmonic balance for predicting the accurate approximation of certain autonomous ordinary differential systems. In this solution procedure, no small parameter is assumed. The harmonic residue of balance equation is separated in two parts at each step. The first part has the same number of Fourier terms as the present order of approximation and the remaining part is used in the subsequent improvement. The corrections are governed by linear ordinary differential equation so that they can be solved easily by means of harmonic balance method again. Three kinds of different differential equations involving general, fractional and delay ordinary differential systems are given as numerical examples respectively. Highly accurate limited cycle frequency and amplitude are captured. The results match well with the exact solutions or numerical solutions for a wide range of control parameters. Comparison with those available shows that the residue harmonic balance solution procedure is very effective for these autonomous differential systems. Moreover, the present method works not only in predicting the amplitude but also the frequency of bifurcated period solution for delay ordinary differential equation. © 2014 Science China Press and Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
KW - accurate approximation
KW - delay ordinary differential system
KW - fractional ordinary differential system
KW - residue harmonic balance
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U2 - 10.1007/s11433-013-5317-9
DO - 10.1007/s11433-013-5317-9
M3 - RGC 21 - Publication in refereed journal
VL - 57
SP - 1581
EP - 1591
JO - Science China: Physics, Mechanics and Astronomy
JF - Science China: Physics, Mechanics and Astronomy
SN - 1674-7348
IS - 8
ER -