Problems regarding stability definition, types and criteria, bifurcations, limit states, limit cycles, internal resonance within non-linear systems, auto-parametric processes, transition and other non-steady effects, quasi-periodic interaction, etc. will constitute a core of the minisymposium. Authors of new results provided by sophisticated linear approaches with a strong and systematic mathematical background are warmly invited as well. It is expected that both the classical fields as well as the emerging areas of linear and especially non-linear dynamics will be addressed.
Papers of analytic, semi-analytic, numeric, or simulation nature being based on multi-degree of freedom or continuous models are expected. Experimental studies representing either independent research or those being conducted as verification or motivation of a theoretical investigation are supposed. Papers reporting about interesting applications in physics and engineering including case studies, interaction with other areas of mechanics and physics are also expected. Particularly welcome are studies informing about recent and ongoing research and preliminary results.
Please note that papers that are found to fall outside the scope of this session may be considered for other sessions.
To submit abstracts for this special session, please email the organiser directly at (naprstek AT itam.cas.cz) or alternatively submit your abstract directly to the Conference Editor using the abstract submission portal. If you use the portal, please do not forget to mention that your abstract is part of special session CC11-S16.