Abstract By using Darboux transformation, this paper studies analytically the
nonlinear dynamics of a one-dimensional growing Bose--Einstein
condensate (BEC). It is shown that the growing model has an
important effect on the amplitude of the soliton in the condensates.
In the absence of the growing model, there exhibits the stable
alternate bright solitons in the condensates. In the presence of the
growing model, the obtained results show that the amplitude of the
bright soliton decreases (increases) for the BEC growing coefficient
>0)$. Furthermore, we propose experimental protocols to manipulate
the amplitude of the bright soliton by varying the scattering length
via the Feshbach resonance in the future experiment.
Received: 04 February 2008
Revised: 27 February 2008
Accepted manuscript online:
(Tunneling, Josephson effect, Bose-Einstein condensates in periodic potentials, solitons, vortices, and topological excitations)
Fund: Project supported
by the NSF of China (Grant No 10674113), the Program for NCET in
University (Grant No NCET-06-0707), the Foundation for the Author of
National Excellent Doctoral Dissertation of China (Grant No 200726),
and the NSF of Hunan
Province, China (Grant No 06JJ50006).
Cite this article:
He Zhang-Ming(何章明), Wang Deng-Long(王登龙), Zhang Wei-Xi(张蔚曦), Wang Feng-Jiao(王凤姣), and Ding Jian-Wen(丁建文) Controlling the amplitude of soliton in agrowing Bose--Einstein condensate by means of Feshbach resonance 2008 Chin. Phys. B 17 3640
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