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Equations of motion for a flexible spacecraft--lumped parameter idealization

Joel Storch

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Published
**1982**
by Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Inc., National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Johnson Space Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Cambridge, Mass, [Houston, Tex, Springfield, Va
.

Written in English

- Elastic deformation.,
- Equations of motion.,
- Flexible spacecraft.,
- Lumped parameter systems.,
- Rigid structures.,
- Stiffness matrix.,
- Structural vibration.,
- Translational motion.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Joel Storch, Stephen Gates. |

Series | NASA CR -- 188727., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-188727. |

Contributions | Gates, Stephen., Charles Stark Draper Laboratory., Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center. |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Microform |

Pagination | 1 v. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL16125738M |

The Euler-Lagrange equations of motion for the flexible where q,, are the generalized coordinates and L = T - Vis the Lagrangian of the system. The rigid-body equations of motion are arrived at from the angular momentum of the system, which is E; X t;pA d.$ + zhubg (9) i= 1 The derivative of the angular momentum is. One method of setting up the equations of motion for bodies in classical circular orbits is to set the gravitational force equal to the centrifugal force in a coordinate system which is revolving with the body: mg = - (mv 2 /r)u. (where u is a unit vector). This expression is equivalent to setting the total force on the orbiting body equal to.

A BD simulation method based on eqn () has been developed by Ermak (Ermak, ; Ermak and Buckholtz, ).In this method, the equation of motion is integrated, in the usual MD fashion, over a succession of time intervals Δt during which the force term F can be considered to be constant. The resulting algorithm is similar to those of MD methods. Jacobi (HJ) equations for the linear part by separation, obtaining new constants for the relative motion which we call epicyclic elements. These elements can then be used to deﬁne the parameters of a relative motion orbit or, more importantly, they can be used to predict the eﬀect of perturbations via variation of parameters.

You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. length parameter and we then let t s and let t be time, then the equations x x t y y t z z t will be the equations of motion for a particle moving along the given path with a constant speed of 1. Example Let us parameterize the curve x cos t tsin t y sin t −tcos t t ≥0 with respect to arc Size: KB.

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Equations of motion for a flexible spacecraft-lumped parameter idealization. The equations of motion for a flexible vehicle capable of arbitrary translational and rotational motions in inertial space accompanied by small elastic deformations are derived in an unabridged form.

The vehicle is idealized as consisting of a single rigid body with an ensemble of mass particles interconnected by massless elastic structure. Get this from a library. Equations of motion for a flexible spacecraft--lumped parameter idealization.

[Joel Storch; Stephen Gates; Charles Stark Draper Laboratory.; Lyndon B. The equations of motion for a flexible vehicle capable of arbitrary translational and rotational motions in inertial space accompanied by small elastic deformations are derived in an unabridged form.

The equations of motion for a flexible vehicle capable of arbitrary translational and rotational motions in inertial space accompanied by small elastic deformations are derived in an unabridged form.

The vehicle is idealized as consisting of a single rigid body with an ensemble of mass particles interconnected by massless elastic : Joel Storch and Stephen Gates. "Equations of Motion for a Flexible Spacecraft - Lumped Parameter Idealization", NASA – CR –Sept.

"Planar Dynamics of a Uniform Beam With Rigid Bodies Affixed to the Ends", NASA – CR –May, AN APPROXIMATE SOILVI_ON OF THE EQUATIONS OF MOTION FOR ARBITRARY ROTATING SPACECRAFT By Peter Ralph Kurzhals A_T_ The determination of the motion of rotating spacecraft, such as manned space stations and spinning satellites, requires the solution of the spacecraft's equations of motion with varying disturbance torques and mass File Size: 7MB.

Linearization Step 2: Substitute into EOM We can also express the equations for translational motion ∆˙x= δucosθ0 −u0∆θsinθ0 +∆wsinθ0 ∆˙y= u0∆ψcosθ0 +∆v ∆˙z= −δusinθ0 −u0∆θcosθ0 +∆wcosθ0 So now we have 12 equations and 12 Size: KB. Equations of motion and solutions. The equations for an expanding Universe containing a homogeneous scalar field are easily obtained by substituting Eqs.

(33) and (34) into the Friedmann and fluid equations, giving eliminating the dependence on the extra parameter. 4 Note that is positive by definition, whilst can have either sign. University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies Master of Applied Science Nestor Xiao Li This thesis compares the results of two of the more popular exible aircraft modeling formulations, the mean-axes method and the xed-axes method, for application in real-time motion Cited by: 1.

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The Timoshenko-Ehrenfest beam theory or simply, the Timoshenko beam theory, was developed by Stephen Timoshenko and Paul Ehrenfest early in the 20th century. The model takes into account shear deformation and rotational bending effects, making it suitable for describing the behaviour of thick beams, sandwich composite beams, or beams subject to high-frequency.

CONTROL OF AIRCRAFT MOTIONS a single scalar control variable η(t) the system is described by x˙ = Ax +Bη(t) () The system response is related to the eigenvalues of the matrix A, and these are invariant under a transformation of Size: KB.

Rigid Body Equations of Motion for Modeling and Control of Spacecraft Formations - Part 1: Absolute Equations of Motion. Scott R. Ploen, Fred Y. Hadaegh, and Daniel P. Scharf Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology Oak Grove Drive, Pasadena, CA, Abstract In this paper, we present a tensorial (i.e.

The relative orbital motion problem of a deputy spacecraft with respect to a chief. spacecraft is, usually, described using a set of di erential equations of motion governing the. motion of the spacecraft relative to each other instead of describing their motion.

From this, you can some the forces up according the direction of the velocity or the lift vector. Doing this horizontally, you get equation 1, and likewise for vertical direction your equation 3. To make this simpler to handle, we use small angle approximation consider $\cos(0)=1$ and.

Ballistic/Lifting Atmospheric Entry • Straight-line (no gravity) ballistic entry based on altitude, rather than density • Planetary entries (at least a start) • Basic equations of planar motion (with li)File Size: 5MB. Basic Equations of Motion The equations of motion for a ﬂight vehicle usually are written in a body-ﬁxed coordinate system.

It is convenient to choose the vehicle center of mass as the origin for this system, and the orientation of the (right-handed) system of coordinate axes is chosen by convention so that, as illustrated in Fig. File Size: KB. Differential equations of motion are derived for a distributed parameter model of a flexible solar sail idealized as a rotating central hub with two opposing flexible booms.

This idealization is appropriate for solar sail designs in which the vibrational modes of the sail and supporting booms move together allowing the sail mass to be. The equations must be in a structure where each equation is a new symbolic entry in the structure.

States, the derivatives of the states, and the inputs must be cell arrays. The equations must be defined as symbolic statements (see examples for syntax). However, the parameters may be symbolic or s: 5.The dynamic behaviour of a flexible cantilever beam carrying a moving mass-spring is investigated.

This system is an idealization of an important class of problems that are characterized by interaction between a continuously distributed mass and stiffness sub-system (the beam), and a lumped mass and stiffness sub-system (the moving mass-spring).Cited by: