Dr. V. C. Kuriakosehttps://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in:443/xmlui/handle/purl/29052016-09-25T03:42:18Z2016-09-25T03:42:18ZPhase synchronization in an array of driven Josephson junctionsChitra, R NKuriakose, V Chttps://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in:443/xmlui/handle/purl/29092012-05-21T20:30:12Z2008-01-01T00:00:00ZPhase synchronization in an array of driven Josephson junctions
Chitra, R N; Kuriakose, V C
We consider an array of N Josephson junctions connected in parallel and explore the condition for chaotic synchronization. It is found that the outer junctions can be synchronized while they remain uncorrelated to the inner ones when an external biasing is applied. The stability of the solution is found out for the outer junctions in the synchronization manifold. Symmetry considerations lead to a situation wherein the inner junctions can synchronize for certain values of the parameter. In the presence of a phase difference between the applied fields, all the junctions exhibit phase synchronization. It is also found that chaotic motion changes to periodic in the presence of phase differences.
2008-01-01T00:00:00ZCreation and Annihilation of Fluxons in ac‐driven Semi-annular Josephson JunctionChitra, R NKuriakose, V Chttps://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in:443/xmlui/handle/purl/29082012-05-21T20:30:12Z2008-01-01T00:00:00ZCreation and Annihilation of Fluxons in ac‐driven Semi-annular Josephson Junction
Chitra, R N; Kuriakose, V C
A new geometry (semiannular) for Josephson junction has been proposed and theoretical studies have shown that the new geometry is useful for electronic applications [1, 2]. In this work we study the voltage‐current response of the junction with a periodic modulation. The fluxon experiences an oscillating potential in the presence of the ac‐bias which increases the depinning current value. We show that in a system with periodic boundary conditions, average progressive motion of fluxon commences after the amplitude of the ac drive exceeds a certain threshold value. The analytic studies are justified by simulating the equation using finite‐difference method. We observe creation and annihilation of fluxons in semiannular Josephson junction with an ac‐bias in the presence of an external magnetic field.
2008-01-01T00:00:00ZPhase effects on synchronization by dynamical relaying in delay-coupled systemsChitra, R NKuriakose, V Chttps://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in:443/xmlui/handle/purl/29072012-05-21T20:30:11Z2008-01-01T00:00:00ZPhase effects on synchronization by dynamical relaying in delay-coupled systems
Chitra, R N; Kuriakose, V C
Synchronization in an array of mutually coupled systems with a finite time delay in coupling is studied using the Josephson junction as a model system. The sum of the transverse Lyapunov exponents is evaluated as a function of the parameters by linearizing the equation about the synchronization manifold. The dependence of synchronization on damping parameter, coupling constant, and time delay is studied numerically. The change in the dynamics of the system due to time delay and phase difference between the applied fields is studied. The case where a small frequency detuning between the applied fields is also discussed.
2008-01-01T00:00:00ZDynamics of coupled Josephson junctions under the influence of applied fieldsChitra, R NayakKuriakose, V Chttps://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in:443/xmlui/handle/purl/29062012-05-21T20:30:11Z2007-06-04T00:00:00ZDynamics of coupled Josephson junctions under the influence of applied fields
Chitra, R Nayak; Kuriakose, V C
We investigate the effect of the phase difference of appliedfields on the dynamics of mutually coupledJosephsonjunctions. A phase difference between the appliedfields desynchronizes the system. It is found that though the amplitudes of the output voltage values are uncorrelated, a phase correlation is found to exist for small values of applied phase difference. The dynamics of the system is found to change from chaotic to periodic for certain values of phase difference. We report that by keeping the value of phase difference as π, the system continues to be in periodic motion for a wide range of values of system parameters. This result may find applications in devices like voltage standards, detectors, SQUIDS, etc., where chaos is least desired.
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