Chaos in Miles ’ equations

@inproceedings{Li2004ChaosIM,
  title={Chaos in Miles ’ equations},
  author={Y. Charles Li},
  year={2004}
}
Miles’ equation models the amplitude modulation of a Faraday wave. A dynamical system study is conducted on this concrete physical model. It turns out that a quartet of heteroclinic orbits can be located, but we fail to locate any homoclinic orbit. For a generalized Miles’ equation, a quartet of homoclinic orbits can be located, and existence of chaos can be proved under certain generic assumptions. 2004 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. 
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