Symplecticity of coupled Hamiltonian systems

by   Shunpei Terakawa, et al.
Kobe University

We derived a condition under which a coupled system consisting of two finite-dimensional Hamiltonian systems becomes a Hamiltonian system. In many cases, an industrial system can be modeled as a coupled system of some subsystems. Although it is known that symplectic integrators are suitable for discretizing Hamiltonian systems,the composition of Hamiltonian systems may not be Hamiltonian. In this paper, focusing on a property of Hamiltonian systems, that is, the conservation of the symplectic form, we provide a condition under which two Hamiltonian systems coupled with interactions compose a Hamiltonian system.


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