The Response of Two-Degree-of-Freedom Systems with Quadratic Non-Linearities to a Combination Parametric Resonance
Journal of Sound and Vibration
The response of two-degree-of-freedom systems with quadratic non-linearities to a combination parametric resonance in the presence of two-to-one internal resonances is investigated. The method of multiple scales is used to construct a first order uniform expansion yielding four first order non-linear ordinary differential equations governing the modulation of the amplitudes and the phases of the two modes. Steady state responses and their stability are computed for selected values of the system parameters. The effects of detuning the internal resonance, detuning the parametric resonance, the phase and magnitude of the second mode parametric excitation, and the initial conditions are investigated. The first order perturbation solution predicts qualitatively the trivial and non-trivial stable steady state solutions and illustrates both the quenching and saturation phenomena. In addition to the steady state solutions, other periodic solutions are predicted by the perturbation amplitude and phase modulation equations. These equations predict a transition from constant steady state non-trivial responses to limit cycle responses (Hopf bifurcation). Some limit cycles are also shown to experience period doubling bifurcations. The perturbation solutions are verified by numerically integrating the governing differential equations.
Nayfeh, A. H. and Zavodney, Lawrence D., "The Response of Two-Degree-of-Freedom Systems with Quadratic Non-Linearities to a Combination Parametric Resonance" (1986). Engineering and Computer Science Faculty Publications. 282.