I'm trying to model the response of a particle in an anharmonic potential in MATLAB. I know that writing position, x as a function of potential energy U is,(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

where T is the period, m is mass, and E is the energy of the system. How would I get a function for T(E) since it's not independent of amplitude obviously. As a starting point, I'm using the anharmonic potential of

Where a and b are constants. Does anybody know how I could program this in matlab?

Thanks

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# [MATLAB] Modeling response of a particle in an anharmonic potential

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