Research Article, Res Rep Math Vol: 2 Issue: 4

# Sufficient condition of the Hopf bifurcation

**Amine Bernoussi ^{*}**

Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Ibn Tofail University, Kenitra, Morocco

***Corresponding Author :** **Amine Bernoussi**

Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Ibn Tofail University, BP 133, 14000, Kenitra, Morocco** E-mail:** [email protected]

**Received:** September 15, 2018 **Accepted:** December 04, 2018 **Published:** December 11, 2018

**Citation:** *Bernoussi A (2018) Sufficient Condition of the Hopf Bifurcation. Res Rep Math 2:4*

## Abstract

In this paper we propose a new sufficient condition for the Hopf bifurcation of equilibrium is derived for nonlinear autonomous differential equations with delay in three dimension, by analysis the characteristic equation.

### Keywords: Hopf bifurcation; Local stability bifurcation the hopf; Differential equations

## Introduction

In this paper, we propose the following sufficient condition for the local Hopf bifurcation for a differential equation system with delay the form:

The initial condition for the above system is

with *φ*=(*φ _{1}*,

*φ*,

_{2}*φ*) where

_{3}*φ*, such that

_{i}∈C(i=1,2,3)*φ*ere C denotes the Banach space C([-τ,0]R) of continuous functions mapping the interval [-τ,0] into R, equipped with the supremum norm. The non-negative cone of C is defined as C+= C([-τ,0], R

_{i}(θ) ≥ 0(-τ≤θ≤ 0,i=1,2,3). H^{+}), where R

^{+}={x∈ R|x ≥ 0}. We here assume that f: R

^{3}→ R is a locally Lipschitz continuous function on R

^{3}Suppose that the equation (1) has a equilibrium point P*; and the characteristic equation of the equation (1) around the equilibrium point P* takes the general form:

With

and

## The main results are as follows

Theorem 1 (Amine Bernoussi) Assume that the equilibrium P* of system (1) is locally asymptotically stable for τ=0:

If Then there exists a positive τ_{0} such that, when τ∈[0,τ_{0}) the steady state P* is locally asymptotically stable, and a Hopf bifurcation occurs as τ passes through τ_{0}; where τ_{0} is given by

and ω_{0} is the least simple positive root of equation (5), and *c, b* and *͞z* are defined in lemma 2 and equation (5). further we have

The organization of this paper is as follows. In section 2, we offer basic results for the prove of theorem 1. In section 3, we establish the local asymptotic stability and the Hopf bifurcation of the equilibrium *P** and prove theorem 1. Finally a discussion and conclusion is offered in section 4.

## Basic Results

We offer some basic results for the prove of theorem 1. Now we return to the study of equation (2) with τ>0. Equation (2) has a purely imaginary root iω, with ω>0:

Δ(*i*ω, τ)=0

if and only if

Squaring and adding the squares together, we obtain

with where *A, B, C, D, E* and *F* are given by (2).

Letting *z*=*ω*^{2}, equation (5) becomes the following cubic equation

Lemma 2 [5] Define

(i) If *c* < 0, then equation (6) has at least one positive root.

(ii) If *c* ≥ 0 and Δ ≤ 0, then equation (6) has no positive roots.

(iii) If *c* ≥ 0 and Δ>0, then equation (6) has positive roots if and

only if

From lemma 2, we have the following lemma.

Lemma 3 Assume that the equilibrium P* of system (1) is locally asymptotically stable for τ=0

(i) If one of the following:

(N1) *c* ≥ 0, and Δ ≤ 0,

(N2) *c* ≥ 0, Δ>0, and ͞z ≤ 0,

(N3) *c* ≥ 0, Δ>0, and h( ͞z )>0,

is true, then all roots of equation (2) have negative real parts for all τ ≥ 0.

(ii) If c<0, or c ≥ 0, Δ>0, ͞z >0, and h( ͞z )≤ 0, then all roots of equation (2) have negative real parts when

where Δ and ͞z >0 are defined in lemma 2

## Sufficient Condition of the Hopf Bifurcation

In this section, we establish the condition sufisent of the Hopf bifurcation of the equilibrium *P**.

Theorem 4 Assume that the equilibrium P* of system (1) is locally asymptotically stable for τ=0.

If Then there exists a positive τ_{0} such that, when τ∈[0, τ_{0}) the steady state P* is locally asymptotically stable, and a Hopf bifurcation occurs as τ passes through τ_{0}, where τ_{0} is given by

and ω_{0} is the least simple positive root of equation (5), and *c, b* and *z* are defined in lemma 2 and equation (5). further we have

Proof. Consider the equation

the discriminant Δ1 of the equation (8) is given by

or by the hypothes c ≥ 0 and therefore equation (8) admits two solutions

then we have

the hypotheses implies that Therefore

On the other since from the hypotheses b<0 then Δ>0 then the hypotheses (iii) of the Lemma 2 is satisfied. Hence the equation (6) has at least one positive solution, more Lemma 3 implies that all roots of equation (2) have negative real parts when τ [0, τ_{0}).

Now we will determine τ_{0}.

Without loss of generality, we assume that the equation (6) has three positive roots, denoted by z_{1}, z_{2} and z_{3}, respectively.

Then equation (5) has three positive roots, say

According to equations (3) and (4) we have

Then ±iωl is a pair of purely imaginary roots of equation (2) with clearly,

Thus, we can define

Next we need to guarantee the transversality condition of the Hopf bifurcation theorem [1-4].

And

Let *u(τ)* and *ω(τ)* satisfying *u(τ _{0})=0*, and

*ω(τ*. By differentiating the equations (9) and (10) with respect to τ and then set τ=τ

_{0})=ω_{0}_{0}. Doing this, we get

Where

Solving for we get

Therefore we have

Note that if h(0)=c≥0.

Thus if we have the transversality condition:

If and close to τ_{0}, then equation (2) has a root *λ(τ) = u(τ)+iω(τ)* satisfying u(τ)>0, which contradicts (ii) of Lemma 3. This completes the proof.

Remark 5 Our main result also valid for any differential equation of higher dimension three provided that the study of the characteristic equation of the equation reduces to study the equation (2) and more generally all the problems in R^{n} has equation of the form [5-7]:

## Conclusion

In this work, we presented a mathematical analysis for a nonlinear autonomous differential equation with delays in three dimensions. The originality of this work is to have a new sufficient condition for the Hopf bifurcation of equilibria. On the other hand, the main results can be generalized to differential equation of dimension greater than three (see Remark 5).

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