All Pinched Hysteresis Loops Generated by (alpha, beta) Elements: in What Coordinates They May be Observable
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Two existing theorems for studying pinched hysteresis loops generated by nonlinear higher-order elements from Chua's table are reformulated, namely the generalized homothety theorem and the associated Loop Location Rule, specifying the coordinates where the hysteresis may occur, and the omega(2) criterion theorem for computing the corresponding loop areas. It is demonstrated in this work that the pinched hysteresis loops are also generated in other coordinates than those predicted by the Loop Location Rule, and all these possible coordinates are found. The omega(2) criterion is generalized to computing the areas of all hysteresis loops that may be observable.
KeywordsConstitutive relation, content, co-content, higher-order elements, homothety theorem, pinched hysteresis loop
Document typePeer reviewed
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SourceIEEE Access. 2020, vol. 8, issue 1, p. 199179-199186.