Run the Poincaré Section view. By increasing the energy loss we would expect to possibly quench the chaotic behavior. Intuitively it makes sense that if we lose energy at a faster rate the volume of phase space occupied by the attractor should decrease. Remember the discussion back in the pendulum section. The ultimate loss of volume of the attractor would be to have it collapse to a point attractor. The increase in chronons per cycle is to ensure we do not miss any subtle changes in the attractor.
What you should have observed in running the model as set up is something close to the same cross section we had with the original energy loss coefficient. Now increase the energy loss coefficient to 0.09 and re-run the model.
The Phase Space Projection view reveals that we still have some chaotic behavior but it is restricted to narrow bands about a period 3 sort of limit cycle. Now let's make an additional change to the energy loss coefficient, to a value of 0.095 and re-run.
In this latest model, after a starting transient dies out, we have come to a periodic attractor of period 3, confirming that the attractor is sensitive to the energy loss rate.