A MECHANISM FOR ANOMALOUS TRANSPORT
In this paper we study how deterministic features presented by a system can be used to perform direct transport in a quasi-symmetric potential and weak dissipative system. We show that the presence of nonhyperbolic regions around acceleration areas of the phase space plays an important role in the acceleration of particles giving rise to direct transport in the system. Such effect can be observed for a large interval of the weak
asymmetric potential parameter allowing the possibility to obtain useful work from unbiased nonequilibrium fluctuation in real systems even in a presence of aquasi-symmetric potential.