Applied Nonsingular Astrodynamics

Optimal Low-Thrust Orbit Transfer

This essential book is the first comprehensive exposition in the area of optimal low-thrust orbit transfer using non-singular variables. Les mer
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This essential book is the first comprehensive exposition in the area of optimal low-thrust orbit transfer using non-singular variables.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Preface; 1. The fundamental classic analysis of Edelbaum, Sackett and Malchow, with additional detailed derivations and extensions; 2. The analysis of the six-element formulation; 3. Optimal low-thrust rendezvous using equinoctial orbit elements; 4. Optimal low-thrust transfer using variable bounded thrust; 5. Minimum-time low-thrust rendezvous and transfer using epoch mean longitude formulation; 6. Trajectory optimization using eccentric longitude formulation; 7. Low-thrust trajectory optimization based on epoch eccentric longitude formulation; 8. Mechanics of trajectory optimization using nonsingular variational equations in polar coordinates; 9. Trajectory optimization using nonsingular orbital elements and true longitude; 10. The treatment of the Earth oblateness effect in trajectory optimization in equinoctial coordinates; 11. Minimum-time constant acceleration orbit transfer with first-order oblateness effect; 12. The streamlined and complete set of the nonsingular J2-perturbed dynamic and adjoint equations for trajectory optimization in terms of eccentric longitude; 13. The inclusion of the higher order harmonics in the modeling of optimal low-thrust orbit transfer; 14. Analytic expansions of luni-solar gravity perturbations along rotating axes for trajectory optimization: part 1: the dynamic system; 15. Analytic expansions of luni-solar gravity perturbations along rotating axes for trajectory optimization: part 2: the multipliers system and simulations; 16. Fourth order expansions of the luni-solar gravity perturbations along rotating axes for trajectory optimization; Index.

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Jean Albert Kechichian is a retired Engineering Specialist from The Aerospace Corporation. His career has included senior level engineering positions at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and at Ford Aerospace. His main areas of contribution are in spaceflight guidance and navigation. He is a Fellow of The American Astronautical Society, and his work has regularly appeared in Acta Astronautica, the Journal of Guidance Control and Dynamics, the Journal of the Astronautical Sciences, and the Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets. He holds Degrees in Aeronautical and Mechanical Engineering from l'Universite de Liege, University of California, Berkeley, and a Ph.D. in Aeronautics and Astronautics from Stanford University.