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We study Brownian particle motion in a double-well potential driven by an ac force. This system exhibits the phenomenon of stochastic resonance. Distribution of work done on the system over a drive period in the time asymptotic regime have been calculated. We show that fluctuations in the input energy or work done dominate the mean value. The mean value of… (More)

- S Saikia, Mangal C Mahato
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2009

Recently, dispersionless (coherent) motion of (noninteracting) massive Brownian particles, at intermediate time scales, was reported in a sinusoidal potential with a constant tilt. The coherent motion persists for a finite length of time before the motion becomes diffusive. We show that such coherent motion can be obtained repeatedly by applying an external… (More)

- S Saikia, Mangal C Mahato
- Journal of physics. Condensed matter : an…
- 2009

The underdamped Langevin equation of motion of a particle, in a symmetric periodic potential and subjected to a symmetric periodic forcing with mean zero over a period, with nonuniform friction, is solved numerically. The particle is shown to acquire a steady state mean velocity at asymptotically large timescales. At these large timescales the position… (More)

- S Saikia, A M Jayannavar, Mangal C Mahato
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2011

The phenomenon of stochastic resonance (SR) is known to occur mostly in bistable systems. However, the question of the occurrence of SR in periodic potential systems has not been resolved conclusively. Our present numerical work shows that the periodic potential system indeed exhibits SR in the high-frequency regime, where the linear-response theory yields… (More)

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