Leonid I. Manevitch mostly deals with Nonlinear system, Classical mechanics, Normal mode, Resonance and Vibration. His studies deal with areas such as Energy, Excitation and Dissipation as well as Nonlinear system. Leonid I. Manevitch has researched Energy in several fields, including Natural frequency, Phase and Instability.
His specific area of interest is Classical mechanics, where Leonid I. Manevitch studies Equations of motion. His Resonance research integrates issues from Bistability, Harmonic oscillator and Dynamics. His study in Vibration is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Homogenization, Substructure, Elastic modulus, Composite number and Mechanics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Nonlinear system, Classical mechanics, Normal mode, Mechanics and Energy. Leonid I. Manevitch combines subjects such as Vibration, Resonance and Carbon nanotube with his study of Nonlinear system. Leonid I. Manevitch has included themes like Excited state, Phase and Resonance in his Classical mechanics study.
His research integrates issues of Mathematical analysis, Instability, Bifurcation, Statistical physics and Computer simulation in his study of Normal mode. The various areas that Leonid I. Manevitch examines in his Mechanics study include Optics and Substructure. His Breather research focuses on subjects like Condensed matter physics, which are linked to Excitation.
Leonid I. Manevitch focuses on Nonlinear system, Classical mechanics, Mechanics, Normal mode and Excited state. The study incorporates disciplines such as Mathematical analysis, Vibration, Amplitude, Carbon nanotube and Equations of motion in addition to Nonlinear system. His Dynamics study in the realm of Classical mechanics connects with subjects such as Energy transfer.
His Mechanics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Resonance and Wavenumber. In his study, Bifurcation, Quasiperiodic function, Atomic physics, Standing wave and Nonlinear acoustics is strongly linked to Instability, which falls under the umbrella field of Normal mode. His Excited state research includes elements of Quantum algorithm, Amplitude damping channel, Quantum process, Quantum tunnelling and Quasi linear.
Leonid I. Manevitch mainly focuses on Nonlinear system, Normal mode, Classical mechanics, Mathematical analysis and Amplitude. His Nonlinear system research incorporates elements of Phase, Numerical integration, Carbon nanotube, Mechanics and Equations of motion. As a part of the same scientific family, Leonid I. Manevitch mostly works in the field of Normal mode, focusing on Instability and, on occasion, Standing wave, Wavenumber, Excited state and Nonlinear acoustics.
The Classical mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Vibration and Stationary point. His study looks at the relationship between Mathematical analysis and topics such as Computer simulation, which overlap with Dispersion relation and Discrete system. His Amplitude research incorporates themes from Rotational symmetry, Field, Partial differential equation, Oscillation and Stationary state.
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Energy pumping in nonlinear mechanical oscillators : Part I : Dynamics of the underlying Hamiltonian systems
O. Gendelman;L. I. Manevitch;Alexander F Vakakis;R. M’closkey.
Journal of Applied Mechanics (2001)
Dynamics of linear discrete systems connected to local, essentially non-linear attachments
A. F. Vakakis;A. F. Vakakis;L. I. Manevitch;O. Gendelman;Lawrence Bergman.
Journal of Sound and Vibration (2003)
The Description of Localized Normal Modes in a Chain of Nonlinear Coupled Oscillators Using Complex Variables
L. I. Manevitch.
Nonlinear Dynamics (2001)
Nonlinear dynamics of topological solitons in DNA
L. V. Yakushevich;A. V. Savin;L. I. Manevitch.
Physical Review E (2002)
The Mechanics of Nonlinear Systems with Internal Resonances
Arkadiy I Manevich;Leonid I Manevitch.
New approach to beating phenomenon in coupled nonlinear oscillatory chains
Archive of Applied Mechanics (2007)
Resonance captures and targeted energy transfers in an inertially-coupled rotational nonlinear energy sink
G. Sigalov;O. V. Gendelman;M. A. AL-Shudeifat;L. I. Manevitch.
Nonlinear Dynamics (2012)
Complex Representation of Dynamics of Coupled Nonlinear Oscillators
Leonid I. Manevitch.
Dynamics of an Eccentric Rotational Nonlinear Energy Sink
O. V. Gendelman;G. Sigalov;L. I. Manevitch;M. Mane.
Journal of Applied Mechanics (2012)
Mechanics of Periodically Heterogeneous Structures
Leonid I. Manevitch;Victor G. Oshmyan;Igor V. Andrianov.
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