Transition from nonradiative to radiative oscillons in parametrically driven systems
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Nonequilibrium systems exhibit particle-type solutions. Oscillons are one of the best-known localized states of systems with time-dependent forcing or parametrically driven systems. We investigate the transition from nonradiative to radiative oscillons in the parametrically driven sine-Gordon model in two spatial dimensions. The bifurcation takes place when the strength of the forcing (frequency) increases (decreases) above a certain threshold. As a result of this transition, the oscillon emits radially symmetric evanescent waves. Numerically, we provide the phase diagram and show the supercritical nature of this transition. For small oscillations, based on the amplitude equation approach, the sine-Gordon equation with time-dependent forcing is transformed into the parametrically driven damped nonlinear Schrodinger model in two spatial dimensions. This amplitude equation exhibits a transition between nonradiative to radiative localized structures, consistently. Both models show quite good agreement.
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Quote ItemPhys. Rev. E 101, 052209 (2020)
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