At the Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics of the Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics of St. Petersburg State University  the theory of motion of nonholonomic systems with linear nonholonomic constraints of high order n<2 was created. The high-order constraints are considered as program and ideal ones, and their reaction force is considered as the required control force. A consistent system of differential equations with respect to unknown generalized coordinates and Lagrange multipliers is constructed to solve the problem. The report examines the motion of Soviet satellites of the systems "Cosmos", "Molniya", "Tundra" after fixing the values of their accelerations in apogees. This corresponds to imposing the nonlinear second-order nonholonomic constraints on the further motion of satellites [2, 3]. The equations of constraints are differentiated in time and presented as linear third-order constraints to make it possible to apply the above theory. The motions of satellites are studied in polar coordinates, the origin of this system coinciding with the center of the Earth. It turns out that after fixing the acceleration values in the apogees, the satellites begin to rotate between two concentric circles, alternately touching each of them.
|Журнал||Journal of Physics: Conference Series|
|Состояние||Опубликовано - 13 дек 2019|
|Событие||8th International Conference on Mathematical Modeling in Physical Science, IC-MSQUARE 2019 - Bratislava, Словакия|
Продолжительность: 26 авг 2019 → 29 авг 2019
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- Физика и астрономия (все)