ENBIS-16 in Sheffield

11 – 15 September 2016; Sheffield Abstract submission: 20 March – 4 July 2016

Understanding the Inductance Part of the Lévy Generator: Some Applications

13 September 2016, 14:50 – 15:10

Abstract

Submitted by
Chris McCollin
Authors
Chris McCollin (Nottingham Trent University), Rainer Göb (University of Würzburg)
Abstract
Previous work by the authors on the Lévy Generator model (ENBIS 2013-15) have been concerned with the real part of the Lévy process and its relationship to the electronic–hydraulic analogy or drainpipe theory. The present work looks at the imaginary part of a specific Lévy Generator model and models it to nuclear pumps, the Japanese control chart and helicopter development data. The model identifies possible failure causing resonance, a changing frequency parameter which may indicate an impulse effect or a connection with the exponential part of the Langevin equation and some observations on processes and energy profiles which resemble chaotic systems in nature.
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