Bounding energy growth in frictionless stochastic oscillators. Mandrysz, M. and Dybiec, B. Physical Review E, 2020.
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© 2020 American Physical Society. This paper presents analytical and numerical results on the energetics of nonharmonic, undamped, single-well, stochastic oscillators driven by additive Gaussian white noises. The absence of damping and the action of noise are responsible for the lack of stationary states in such systems. We explore the properties of average kinetic, potential, and total energies along with the generalized equipartition relations. It is demonstrated that in frictionless dynamics, nonequilibrium stationary states can be produced by stochastic resetting. For an appropriate resetting protocol, the average energies become bounded. If the resetting protocol is not characterized by a finite variance of renewal intervals, stochastic resetting can only slow down the growth of the average energies but it does not bound them. Under special conditions regarding the frequency of resets, the ratios of the average energies follow the generalized equipartition relations.
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