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Long way to eternity...Dripping tap bifurcation mapKettősinga_nf11_179,2..179,201 fok, dHavg=1E-13
Dripping tap bifurcation map
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Description: This is the bifurcation map of a dripping tap (dripping faucet) model published by Thomas Schmidt and Marko Marhl in 1997 ("A simple mathematical model of a dripping tap", http://fy.chalmers.se/~f7xiz/TIF081C/drippingfaucet.pdf).
x-axis: water afflux (1E-7..1E-4) (linear layout)
y-axis: speed of drops (0..1)

Simulation used Runge-Kutta numerical method with semi adaptive stepsize: dt was 2E-5, and when droppped undo last step and switched to dt=dt/100. Did this 3 times at every drop, so I got million times precision around droppings.

Picture made from 20,000 drops/column, calculation time was 15 hours on 2,5 GHz processor core.
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Height: 1000 Width: 1500
Keywords: dripping tap dripping faucet bifurcation map 
Posted by: bkercso June 09, 2015, 04:13:50 PM

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