Geometric integration of Hamiltonian systems perturbed by Rayleigh damping
(2011) BIT50 Conference In Bit Numerical Mathematics 51(4). p.9771007 Abstract
 Explicit and semiexplicit geometric integration schemes for dissipative perturbations of Hamiltonian systems are analyzed. The dissipation is characterized by a small parameter epsilon, and the schemes under study preserve the symplectic structure in the case epsilon=0. In the case 0 <epsilon a parts per thousand(a)1 the energy dissipation rate is shown to be asymptotically correct by backward error analysis. Theoretical results on monotone decrease of the modified Hamiltonian function for small enough step sizes are given. Further, an analysis proving near conservation of relative equilibria for small enough step sizes is conducted. Numerical examples, verifying the analyses, are given for a planar pendulum and an elastic 3D pendulum.... (More)
 Explicit and semiexplicit geometric integration schemes for dissipative perturbations of Hamiltonian systems are analyzed. The dissipation is characterized by a small parameter epsilon, and the schemes under study preserve the symplectic structure in the case epsilon=0. In the case 0 <epsilon a parts per thousand(a)1 the energy dissipation rate is shown to be asymptotically correct by backward error analysis. Theoretical results on monotone decrease of the modified Hamiltonian function for small enough step sizes are given. Further, an analysis proving near conservation of relative equilibria for small enough step sizes is conducted. Numerical examples, verifying the analyses, are given for a planar pendulum and an elastic 3D pendulum. The results are superior in comparison with a conventional explicit RungeKutta method of the same order. (Less)
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 Modin, Klas ^{LU} and Söderlind, Gustaf ^{LU}
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 2011
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 published
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 keywords
 Geometric numerical integration, Splitting methods, Weakly dissipative, systems
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 Bit Numerical Mathematics
 volume
 51
 issue
 4
 pages
 977  1007
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 Springer
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 BIT50 Conference
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 scopus:81755161517
 ISSN
 00063835
 DOI
 10.1007/s1054301103451
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 English
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