Dynamics of Tethered Satellite Systems

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  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Pages : 331 pages
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Dynamics of Tethered Satellite Systems

Dynamics of Tethered Satellite Systems
  • Author : Vladimir S Aslanov,Alexander S Ledkov
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 16 October 2012
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Aimed at engineering students and professionals working in the field of mechanics of space flight, this book examines space tether systems – one of the most forward-thinking directions of modern astronautics. The main advantage of this technology is the simplicity, profitability and ecological compatibility: space tethers allow the execution of various manoeuvers in orbit without costs of jet fuel due to the use of gravitational and electromagnetic fields of the Earth. This book will acquaint the reader with the modern state

Dynamics of Tethered Space Systems

Dynamics of Tethered Space Systems
  • Author : Hans Troger,A.P. Alpatov,V.V. Beletsky,V.I. Dranovskii,V.S. Khoroshilov,A.V. Pirozhenko,A.E. Zakrzhevskii
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 29 April 2010
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During many of the earliest American and Russian space missions, experiments were performed using cables to connect people and objects to spacecraft in orbit. These attempts generated considerable information about the formation of tethered systems and basic problems with tether orientation and gravity-gradient stabilization. During the 1970s, interest in tethered space systems (TSS) came to the forefront with an international project that involved the hanging of a probe from a low-orbit satellite to collect data on the Earth and its

Modeling Dynamics and Control of Tethered Satellite Systems

Modeling  Dynamics  and Control of Tethered Satellite Systems
  • Author : Joshua Randolph Ellis
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 24 June 2021
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Tethered satellite systems (TSS) can be utilized for a wide range of space-based applications, such as satellite formation control and propellantless orbital maneuvering by means of momentum transfer and electrodynamic thrusting. A TSS is a complicated physical system operating in a continuously varying physical environment, so most research on TSS dynamics and control makes use of simplified system models to make predictions about the behavior of the system. In spite of this fact, little effort is ever made to validate

Development of a Ground based Test Facility for Studying Reel in Dynamics of Tethered Satellite Systems

Development of a Ground based Test Facility for Studying Reel in Dynamics of Tethered Satellite Systems
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 24 June 2021
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Tethered Satellites offer benefits for the space industry. Several applications are being found which utilize their unique dynamics; from sensing characteristics of the atmosphere to providing a propellantless mode of propulsion. Ground-based experimentation is useful as a cost effective means to develop a thorough understanding of tether dynamics. A number of experiments are required to fully investigate the behavior. After examining a number of experiments previously conducted, a new experiment is devised and tested. The experiment consists of designing a

Satellite Tether Systems

Satellite Tether Systems
  • Author : Kalyan K. Mankala
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 24 June 2021
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Over the last few decades, researchers have realized many potential applications of tethered satellite systems that include atmospheric data collection, placing satellites from low earth orbits into higher orbits, capture of non-functional satellites for service and repair, satellite reboost and deorbiting. The deployment/retrieval dynamics of such systems due to gravity gradient forces is highly nonlinear in nature. Also, due to orbital motion, the longitudinal and transverse motions are coupled. With only boundary control, the tethered satellite system forms a

Dynamics and Control of Tethered Satellite System

Dynamics and Control of Tethered Satellite System
  • Author : Royce L. Abel
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 24 June 2021
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"Tethered Satellite Systems (TSS) has been an ongoing project around the world for many decades. This study examined the dynamics an dcontrols of tethered satellites. The equations of motion were developed and simulated with no control and small eccentric orbits. A control law was derived by associating the Hamiltonian of the system to a Lyapunov Funciton. This control law was then simulated to demonstrate ability and robustness. The tethered system can be retrieved and deployed in a small number of

Dynamics and Control of Multi body Tethered Satellite Systems

Dynamics and Control of Multi body Tethered Satellite Systems
  • Author : Mehdi Keshmiri
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 24 June 1995
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"Among the external forces, the aerodynamic forces and their effects on the dynamics and stability of the system are given more attention. The free molecular flow model is used to calculate the aerodynamic forces resulting from the material damping of the tethers are considered in this investigation. These forces, which are very difficult to model accurately, are modelled using a viscous damping model." --