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Analytical investigation of the dynamics of tethered constellations in Earth orbit (phase II)

Analytical investigation of the dynamics of tethered constellations in Earth orbit (phase II)

quarterly report number 9.

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Published by Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tethered satellites.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesNASA-CR -- 179149., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-179149.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15286483M

    CENTRALIZED DYNAMICS AND CONTROL OF NOVEL ORBITING FORMATIONS OF TETHERED SPACECWT* Marco B. Quadrelli Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology Oak Grove Drive, Pasadena, CA 91 , USA. E-mail: [email protected] Abstract. Typical dynamics during deployment of a three-body constellation. 0t (0)= 02(0) = 20 ct = , c~ = suming the three bodies to have the same masses as in Section The orbital altitude is again kin. The total length of the tether is It = 10 km, while the middle mass m3 is initially at a distance ll0 = 20 m from the end-mass m~.Cited by:

    In the case of near-spherical objects, it is possible to investigate the dynamics of spin–orbit coupling using analytical techniques. The sizes of the islands shown in Figure can be estimated by expanding the second term in Eqn () and isolating the terms that will dominate at each resonance. Using such a method, each resonance can be. A theoretical type of non-rotating tethered satellite system, it is a concept for providing space-based support to things suspended above an astronomical object. The orbital system is a coupled mass system wherein the upper supporting mass (A) is placed in an orbit around a given celestial body such that it can support a suspended mass (B) at a.

    Electrodynamic tethers (EDTs) are long conducting wires, such as one deployed from a tether satellite, which can operate on electromagnetic principles as generators, by converting their kinetic energy to electrical energy, or as motors, converting electrical energy to kinetic energy. Electric potential is generated across a conductive tether by its motion through a planet's .   The literature review manuscript focuses mainly on five topics, which are related to the space tether control researches: (1) space tether dynamical modelling; (2) tether deployment and retrieval; (3) trajectory generation and control; (4) tether attitude and motion control; (5) tether vibration control and dynamical simulations. With the basic aim of establishing useful Cited by:


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This is the second Quarterly Report submitted by SAO under contract NAS8-"Analytical Investigation of the Dynamics of Tethered Constellations in Earth Orbit (Phase II)," Dr.

Enrico Lorenzini, PI, and covers the period from 22 June through 21 September "Analytical Investigation of the Dynamics of Tethered Constellations in Earth Orbit (Phase 11),It Dr. Enrico C. Lorenzini, PI. This report covers the. period from 22 June through 21 September TECHNICAL ACTIVITY DURING REPORTING PERIOD AND PROGRAM STATUS Algorithms For Damping Out-Of-Plane Librations.

Analytical investigation of the dynamics of tethered constellations in Earth orbit, phase 2 - NASA/ADS This final report covers nine years of research on future tether applications and on the actual flights of the Small Expendable Deployment System (SEDS).Cited by: 4.

Get this from a library. Analytical investigation of the dynamics of tethered constellations in earth orbit (Phase II). quarterly report #13 for the period 1 April through 30 June [United States.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;]. This paper analyzes the dynamics of a long tether connecting two spacecraft in earth orbit, one of the spacecraft having dominant mass. In particular, it considers the material damping of the tether.

The following topics related to the dynamics of the 4-mass tethered system are addressed: (1) the development of damping algorithms for damping the out-of-plane libration of the system and the interaction of the out-of-plane control with the other degrees of freedom; and (2) the development of environmental models to be added to the dynamics simulation computer by: 4.

"Analytical Investigation of the Dynamics of Tethered Constellations in Earth Orbit (Phase II)," Dr. Enrico Lorenzini, PI. It covers the period from 22 September through 21 December "Analytical Investigation of the Dynamics of Tethered Constellations in Earth Orbit (Phase II)," Dr.

Enrico Lorenzini, PI. This report covers the period from 22 December through 21 March Analytical Investigation of the Dynamics of Tethered Constellations in Earth Orbit (Phase 11) The Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory is a member of the. - Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Contract NAS Quarterly Report # 9 For the period 1 April through 30 June Principal Investigator.

Dynamics and control of SEDSAT tethered multi-probe for thermospheric research flight data analysis of SEDS-2 satellite: Tethered systems dynamics. Analytical investigation of the dynamics of tethered constellations in Earth orbit (phase 2) By Enrico C.

Lorenzini. Abstract. Simulation of two short distance crawling maneuvers of the elevator both with and without environmental perturbations acting upon the system is discussed.

These simulation runs were performed in order to provide results Author: Enrico C. Lorenzini. Analytical investigation of the dynamics of tethered constellations in earth orbit. By Robert D. Estes, Gordon E. Gullahorn and Enrico C.

Lorenzini. Abstract. This Quarterly Report on Tethering in Earth Orbit deals with three topics: (1) Investigation of the propagation of longitudinal and transverse waves along the upper tether.

Specifically. Analytical investigation of the dynamics of tethered constellations in Earth orbit, phase 2: Authors: Lorenzini, E. Affiliation: A new, easy to handle, computer code that simulates the two-dimensional dynamics of the constellation has been implemented.

This computer code is used for designing control laws for the deployment maneuver that. Analytical investigation of the dynamics of tethered constellations in Earth orbit, phase 2.

By E. Lorenzini, M. Grossi, D. Arnold and G. Gullahorn. Abstract. The development of a two dimensional analytical model that describes the dynamics of an n-mass vertical tethered system is reported. Two different approaches are described: in. Analytical investigation of the dynamics of tethered constellations in Earth orbit, phase 2.

By M. Grossi, E. Lorenzini, M. Cosmo and D. Arnold. Abstract. The following topics related to the dynamics of the 4-mass tethered system are addressed: (1) the development of damping algorithms for damping the out-of-plane libration of the. Analytical investigation of the dynamics of tethered constellations in Earth orbit (phase II): quarterly report # 1, for the period 22 February to 21 June Author: Enrico Lorenzini ; Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory.

Analytical investigation of the dynamics of tethered constellations in Earth orbit, phase 2 By Mario D. Grossi, Enrico C.

Lorenzini, Robert D. Estes, Mario L. Cosmo and Gordon E. Gullahorn Abstract. Get this from a library. Analytical investigation of the dynamics of tethered constellations in Earth orbit (phase II): quarterly report # 3, for the period 22 September through 21 December [Enrico Lorenzini; David A Arnold; Mario D Grossi; Gordon E Gullahorn; Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory.; George C.

Marshall Space Flight Center.]. The book in its contents focuses on some special problems of the rather new concept of tethered satellite systems, i.e., systems where two or more satellites in orbit are connected by thin long. Get this from a library. Analytical investigation of the dynamics of tethered constellations in Earth orbit (phase II): quarterly report #5, for the period 22 March through 21 June [Enrico C Lorenzini; Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory.; United States.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;]. Projective Relations on the Sphere. Analytical investigation of the dynamics of tethered constellations in Earth orbit, phase 2 The constellation dynamics in the Author: Eliseo Clementini.In the framework of such research activity, detailed analytical and numerical analyses were carried out at CNUCE, an institute of the Italian National Research Council (CNR), to determine the impact probability of artificial and natural debris and evaluate the average useful lifetime of tethers in earth orbit.The meteoroid environment was taken from the International Space Cited by: Purchase Dynamics of Tethered Satellite Systems - 1st Edition.

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