## Controlling bifurcation and chaos of a plastic impact oscillator.(English)Zbl 1163.34343

Summary: A two-degree-of-freedom plastic impact oscillator is considered. Based on the analysis of sticking and non-sticking impact motions of the system, we introduce a three-dimensional impact Poincaré map with dynamical variables defined at the impact instants. The plastic impacts complicate the dynamic responses of the impact oscillator considerably. Consequently, the piecewise property and singularity are found to exist in the three-dimensional map. The piecewise property is caused by the transitions of free flight and sticking motions of two masses immediately after impact, and the singularity of the map is generated via the grazing contact of two masses and the instability of their corresponding periodic motions. The nonlinear dynamics of the plastic impact oscillator is analyzed by using the Poincaré map. The simulated results show that the dynamic behavior of this system is very complex under parameter variation, varying from different types of sticking or non-sticking periodic motions to chaos. Suppressing bifurcation and chaotic-impact motions is studied by using an external driving force, delay feedback and damping control law. The effectiveness of these methods is demonstrated by the presentation of examples of suppressing bifurcations and chaos for the plastic impact oscillator.

### MSC:

 34C15 Nonlinear oscillations and coupled oscillators for ordinary differential equations

### Keywords:

vibration; impact; periodic motion; bifurcation; controlling chaos
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