Title=Magnetic pendulum

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The Magnetic Pendulum (2.12)

Student's Manual In this experiment, we will explore the notion of chaotic dynamics using a magnetic pendulum.
LabView Code LabVIEW Data Acquisition file
Matlab Code Matlab function file
Sample Results All the sample results are shown in the experiment manual.
Video Demonstration Magnetic Pendulum
Further Readings and References "Experiments with a magnetically controlled pendulum" Yaakov Kraftmakher, Eur. J. Phys. 28 (2007) 1007-1020.

"Nonlinear dynamics of a sinusoidally driven pendulum in a repulsive magnetic field", A. Siahmakoun, V. A. French, J. Patterson, Am. J. Phys. 65 (5), May 1997.
"A unit of oscillations, determinism and chaos for introductory physics students", Priscilla W. Laws, Am. J. Phys. 72 (4), April 2003.
"Tools for detecting chaos", A. B. Ozer, E. Akin, SA Fen Bilimleri Enstits Dergisi 9. Cilt, 1. Say 2005.
"Chasing Chaos with an RL-Diode Circuit", Junaid Alam, M. Sabieh Anwar.
"Applied Mathematics for Engineers and Physicists", Loius A. Pipes, Lawrence R. Harvill, Third Edition, International Student Edition, McGraw-Hill Kogakusha Ltd. pp. 598-601, (1970)


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