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The bifurcation and continuation methodology has evolved over the last two decades into a powerful tool for the analysis of trim and stability problems in aircraft flight dynamics. Over the years, bifurcation methods have been employed to deal with a variety of problems in aircraft dynamics, such as predicting high angle of attack behavior, especially spin,(More)
We develop a spectral method for computing the probability density function for delayed random walks; for such problems, the method is exact to machine precision and faster than existing approaches. In conjunction with a step function approximation and the weak Euler-Maruyama discretization, the spectral method can be applied to nonlinear stochastic delay(More)
— A novel design of Single Chambered Microbial Fuel Cell in Cloth Electrode Assembly is developed where we have introduced electrical circuitry to generate higher current density. The design is made with the carbon-graphite brushes, copper wire and a plastic box focusing on current output with economic viability of the design utilizing synthetic wastewater.(More)
We present an analytical treatment of the dissipative-stochastic dynamics of a charged classical particle confined biharmonically in a plane with a uniform static magnetic field directed perpendicular to the plane. The stochastic dynamics gives a steady state in the long-time limit. We have examined the orbital magnetic effect of introducing a parametrized(More)
Based on the classical Langevin equation, we have revisited the problem of orbital motion of a charged particle in two dimensions for a normal magnetic field crossed with or without an in-plane electric bias. We are led to two interesting fluctuation effects: First, we obtain not only a longitudinal "work-fluctuation" relation as expected for a barotropic(More)
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