Budapest Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Conference papers ISBN 978-963-12-9168-1

Proceedings of the 9th European Nonlinear Dynamics Conference
Edited by Gábor Stépán, Gábor Csernák • Publisher: CongressLIne Ltd.
Front matter

Control and Synchronization in Nonlinear Systems

ID 511

Autoresonant excitation and control of parametric vibration

Vladimir Babitsky, Abolfazl Zahedi

Dynamics and Optimization of Multibody Systems

ID 387

Locomotion conditions for a two-body system on a rough inclined plane

Nikolay Bolotnik, Philipp Schorr, Igor Zeidis, Klaus Zimmermann

Nonlinear Dynamics in Biological Systems

ID 411

Three-segmented hopping leg for the analysis of human running locomotion

László Fekete, Bernd Krauskopf, Ambrus Zelei

Systems with Time Delay

ID 462

Hopf Bifurcation in a Nonlinear Mechanical Model of Human Balancing with Delayed PDA Control

Li Zhang

Wave Propagation in Mechanical Systems

ID 57

Influence of Metal Internal Defect on the Propagation of Shock Wave

Miao Zheng

Experiments in Nonlinear Dynamics and Control

ID 103

Application of the Time-Fractional Diffusion Equation to Describing the Methanol Transport in the Catalyst Grain for Methanol-to-Olefin Reaction

Alexey Zhokh, Peter Strizhak

Nonlinear Phenomena in Mechanical and Structural Systems

ID 452

A Modified Two-Timescale Incremental Harmonic Balance Method for Steady-State Quasi-Periodic Responses of Nonlinear Systems

Ren Ju, Wei Fan, Weidong Zhu, Jianliang Huang

Nonlinear Dynamics in Biological Systems

ID 35

Izhikevich Neural Networking Model; Master Neurons & Slave Neurons and Applications in modeling Alzheimer's Disease; delay in the signal and eventually periodic solutions

Alexander Pisarchik, Michael Radin, Maksims Zigunovs

Nonlinear Phenomena in Mechanical and Structural Systems

ID 507

Analysis of dry galloping on inclined cables under stationary wind

Daniele Zulli, Giuseppe Piccardo, Angelo Luongo

Nonlinear Dynamics in Engineering Systems

ID 338

Motion Planning Problem for a Finite-Dimensional Approximation of the Navier-Stokes Equations

Alexander Zuyev
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