- Swinging Atwood's machine
The "Swinging Atwood's machine" (SAM) is a mechanism that resembles a simple Atwood's machine except that one of the masses is allowed to swing in a two-dimensional plane.The Hamiltonian for SAM is::where "g" is the acceleration due to gravity and "T" and "V" are the kinetic and potential energies respectively.
SAM has two degrees of freedom (as defined by engineers) - "r" and "θ", and a four dimensional
phase spacedefined by, "r", "θ" and momentum variables related to their first derivatives. Energy conservation constrains the motion to a three dimensional subspace in this four dimensional phase space. Additional constants of motioncan further constrain the system. Hamiltoniansystems can be classified as integrable and nonintegrable. SAM is integrable when the mass ratio, M/m = 3. An additional non-trivial constant of motionexists for this parameter value. For many other values of the mass ratio (and initial conditions) SAM displays chaotic motion. Research on SAM started as part of a senior thesis at Reed Collegedirected by David J. Griffithsin 1982.
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*Barrera, Jan Emmanuel (2003) "Dynamics of a Double-Swinging Atwood's machine", B.S. Thesis, National Institute of Physics, University of the Philippines.
*Bruhn, B. (1987) "Chaos and order in weakly coupled systems of nonlinear oscillators," "Physica Scripta" Vol.35(1).
*Casasayas, J, A. Nunes, and N. B. Tufillaro (1990) "Swinging Atwood's machine: integrability and dynamics," "Journal de Physique" Vol.51, p1693.
*Casasayas, J., N. B. Tufillaro, and A. Nunes (1989) "Infinity manifold of a swinging Atwood's machine," "European Journal of Physics" Vol.10(10), p173.
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*Griffiths D. J. and T. A. Abbott (1992) "Comment on ""A surprising mechanics demonstration,"" "American Journal of Physics" Vol.60(10), p951-953.
*Moreira, I.C. and M.A. Almeida (1991) "Noether symmetries and the Swinging Atwood Machine", "Journal of Physics" II France 1, p711-715.
*Nunes, A., J. Casasayas, and N. B. Tufillaro (1995) "Periodic orbits of the integrable swinging Atwood's machine," "American Journal of Physics" Vol.63(2), p121-126.
*Ouazzani-T.H., A. and Ouzzani-Jamil, M., (1995) "Bifurcations of Liouville tori of an integrable case of swinging Atwood's machine," "Il Nuovo Cimento B" Vol. 110 (9).
*Sears, R. (1995) "Comment on "A surprising mechanics demonstration,"" "American Journal of Physics", Vol. 63(9), p854-855.
*Tufillaro, N.B. (1982) "Smiles and Teardrops", Senior Thesis, Reed College Physics.
*Tufillaro, N.B. (1985) "Motions of a swinging Atwood's machine," "Journal de Physique" Vol.46, p1495.
*Tufillaro, N.B. (1985) "Collision orbits of a swinging Atwood's machine," "Journal de Physique" Vol. 46, p2053.
*Tufillaro, N.B. (1986) "Integrable motion of a swinging Atwood's machine," "American Journal of Physics" Vol.54(2), p142.
*Tufillaro, N.B., T. A. Abbott, and D. J. Griffiths (1984) "Swinging Atwood's Machine," "American Journal of Physics" Vol.52(10), p895.
*Tufillaro, N.B. (1994) "Teardrop and heart orbits of a swinging Atwoods machine," "The American Journal of Physics" Vol.62 (3), p231-233.
*Tufillaro, N.B., A. Nunes, and J. Casasayas (1988) "Unbounded orbits of a swinging Atwood's machine," "American Journal of Physics" Vol.56(12), p1117.
*Yehia, H.M., (2006) "On the integrability of the motion of a heavy particle on a tilted cone and the swinging Atwood machine", "Mechanics Research Communications" Vol. 33 (5), p711–716.
* [http://www.physics.purdue.edu/research/ugrad_rsch/haley/sam.html Example of use in undergraduate research: symplectic integrators ]
* [http://metric.ma.ic.ac.uk/articles/samos98/Swinging.pdf#search=%22swinging%20atwood's%20machine%22 Imperial College Course]
* [http://www.sc.ehu.es/sbweb/fisica/oscilaciones/atwood/atwood.htm Oscilaciones en la máquina de Atwood]
* [http://www.drchaos.net/drchaos/Sam/sam.html More about SAM]
* [http://www.drchaos.net/drchaos/Papers/sam_0.pdf "Smiles and Teardrops" (1982)]
* [http://www.imub.ub.es/samni07.html 2007 Workshop]
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