Double pendulum initial conditions

- Instructions: In a simple
**pendulum**, we consider a particle attached to a rigid, lightweight rod. To construct a**double****pendulum**, attach a second particle and rod to the end of the first. Drag the sliders to set the**initial**angles of each rod. Then press start to watch the animation. Press reset to stop the animation and pick new**initial****conditions**. - As the
**double pendulum**is a chaotic system (given sufficiently high energy), it is quite reasonable to believe that its trajectory will eventually get within an arbitrarily small distance $\varepsilon>0$ of every point in the system's phase space which is. Aug 10, 2017 · Similarly, the physicist’s**double pendulum**elegantly demonstrates the concept of chaos theory. - 2020. 3. 23. · 1 e = double
**pendulum**energy ( z ) ; Listing 3: double**pendulum**energy.m returns the energy 3 Simulate the small perturbation problem with Forward Euler We will consider a \small perturbation" problem, for which the double**pendulum**starts at time t= 0 with the**initial condition**z(t= 0) = [0:25;0;0;0]. Thus the rst**pendulum**has been de