Chaotic motions in the dynamics of space tethered systems. 3. Influence of energy dissipation

1Pirozhenko, AV
1Institute of Technical Mechanics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and the State Space Agency of Ukraine, Dnipro, Ukraine
Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2001, 7 ;(5-6):013-020
Publication Language: Russian
The determined-chaos phenomenon in the dynamics of space tethered systems under the action of exterior dissipative forces is examined with the help of the numerical integration of the model problem equations of motion of an orbital pendulum with a periodically varying boom length. The dissipative forces are simulated as forces of viscous friction with the exterior medium. We show that the random synchronization of motions strange attractors may exist. Mechanical images of stochastic motions under the action of dissipative forces are constructed. The determined-chaos phenomenon is analyzed from the point of view of the history and problems of the classical mechanics.
Keywords: determined chaos, dissipative forces, tethered systems
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