Chaotic motions in the dynamics of space tethered systems. 1. Analysis of the problem
|1Pirozhenko, AV |
1Institute of Technical Mechanics of the NAS of Ukraine and SSA of Ukraine, Dnipro, Ukraine
|Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2001, 7 ;(2-3):083-089|
|Section: Spacecrafts and Payloads|
|Publication Language: Russian|
The determined-chaos phenomenon in the dynamics of space tethered systems is analyzed. A model problem the essence of stochastic regimes of motion in the oscillations of masses in the internal degrees of freedom is formulated. A number of calculus approaches to the phenomenon is considered, and the supposition is made that it is impossible to define the essence of the phenomenon by the mathematical methods traditional for mechanics.
|Keywords: mathematical methods, space tethered systems, stochastic regimes of motion|
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