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Radiation pressure on a spheroidal satellite

James R. Lucas

Radiation pressure on a spheroidal satellite

by James R. Lucas

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Published by National Ocean Survey in Rockville, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Solar radiation,
  • Artificial satellites,
  • Power series

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesNOAA technical report NOS -- 61
    ContributionsNational Ocean Survey
    The Physical Object
    Pagination37 p. :
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15475061M

      The gravitational force of the Sun on the Earth is about 1x10 23 N, which is a bit more than a hundred trillion times the radiation pressure force. So, while the Sun does, in fact, push on the.   Solar Radiation Pressure Modeling Issues for High Altitude Satellites [Cook, Dayne G.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Solar Radiation Pressure Modeling Issues for High Altitude Satellites.

      Space missions: Solar Radiation Pressure and Satellite Orbits. Video clips on space mission design and common orbits at   Other disturbances include longitudinal drift, perigee rotation, 3rd body effects (gravitational pull from the sun, moon, jupiter, etc.), and solar radiation pressure. Of course, impacts with micro-meteoroids or other space debris can also impact the satellite’s motion.

    Book: All Authors / Contributors: Models of gas flows with chemical and radiative effects / F. K. Moore --Decay of orbits / P. J. Message --The effect of radiation pressure on the motion of an artificial satellite / Gen-ichiro Hori --Special Lectures on regularization \/ Paul B. Richards -- The spheroidal method in satellite. Radiation pressure plays a vital role in the formation of planetary nebulae: as the dying star contracts into a white dwarf, it releases vast amounts of heat. This radiation pressure is so strong that the outer layers of the star are pushed out to form the surrounding gaseous nebula.


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Radiation pressure on a spheroidal satellite by James R. Lucas Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lucas, James R. Radiation pressure on a spheroidal satellite. Rockville, Md.: National Ocean Survey, Radiation pressure is the mechanical pressure exerted upon any surface due to the exchange of momentum between the object and the electromagnetic includes the momentum of light or electromagnetic radiation of any wavelength which is absorbed, reflected, or otherwise emitted (e.g.

black-body radiation) by matter on any scale (from macroscopic objects to dust particles to gas. spheroidal satellite. These expressions are then used to develop power series expansions for the radiation forces on a rotating spheroid. INTRODUCTION The perturbing effects of solar radiation pressure on the motions of large balloon satellites have been known for a number of years.

Perturhation formulas for spherical satellites have been. Solve Problemretaining the effect of solar radiation pressure and adding that of solar gravity as well. Solve Problemretaining the effect of solar radiation pressure and adding those of lunar and solar gravity as well.

Plot the variation of a, e, and θ in Example Plot the variations of r p and r a in. Otherwise the phase-angle and magnitude of the right-angle force are determined by trial and error, or best-fit techniques.

Using a variation of the approach developed by Aksnes, a semi-analytical algorithm is presented for evaluating the perturbations of the Keplerian elements by direct solar radiation pressure on a spheroidal by: 7. A new radiation pressure model of the relay satellite of SELENE has been developed.

The shape of the satellite was assumed to be a combination of a regular octagonal pillar and a column. Radiation forces acting on each part of the spacecraft were calculated independently and summed vectorially to obtain the mean acceleration of the satellite center of mass.

Planet. Space Sri., Vol. 32, No. 3, pp.Printed in Great Britain. /84 $+ Pergamon Press Ltd. THE EFFECT OF SOLAR RADIATION PRESSURE ON THE ORBIT OF A CYLINDRICAL SATELLITE W.

BOULTON Earth Satellite Research Unit, Department of Mathematics, University ofAston in Birmingham, Birmingham B4 7ET, England (Received 14 July. Abstract. From the point of view of the orbit determination, one of the most difficult and important perturbation on the motion of a high Earth satellite is the solar radiation pressure, since it depends on not well known parameters and therefore it is very difficult to model.

from book Partial Procrustes Solution of the the Keplerian elements by direct solar radiation pressure on a spheroidal satellite. The perturbations are obtained by summing over the sunlit part. The orbital accelerations of certain balloon satellites exhibit marked oscillations caused by solar radiation impinging on the surface of the satellites, which, once spherical, have assumed a spheroidal shape producing a component of force at right-angles to the Sun-satellite direction.

Given the characteristics and orientation of the satellite, the equations of force are determined by the. The acoustic radiation force exerted on an object is related to the net linear momentum removed from the incident beam by absorption and scattering processes.

28 L. Zhang, “ From acoustic radiation pressure to three-dimensional acoustic radiation forces,” J. Acoust. Soc.– (). & is the velocity of the satellite relative to the atmosphere.

Also, since the perturbing acceleration due to solar radiation pressure can be expressed as ([16]) r r F solar & 3 () where r & is the radius vector and is a constant associated with the radiation pressure effect. The range of physically. The nonlinear interaction of ultrasonic waves with a nonspherical particle may give rise to the acoustic radiation torque on the particle.

This phenomenon is investigated here considering a rigid prolate spheroidal particle of subwavelength dimensions that is much smaller than the wavelength. radiation pressure is, where P rad is the radiation pressure and A is the sail area.

Using Equationalong with the result from Step 2, to determine the radiation pressure, we get. Step 4 – Determine the sail area required to balance the gravitational force exerted on the. Influence of solar radiation pressure on orbital eccentricity of a gravity-gradient- oriented lenticular satellite Solar radiation pressure influence on orbital eccentricity of gravity gradient oriented lenticular satellite.

Document ID. Document Type. Other. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA We calculate the forces of single-beam gradient radiation pressure laser traps, also called “optical tweezers,” on micron-sized dielectric spheres in the ray optics regime.

This serves as a simple model system for describing laser trapping and manipulation of living cells and organelles within cells.

The radiation pressure on spheroidal particles is considered taking into account the radial and transversal components. The method of calculations and various tests, which were used to control the. Solar Radiation Pressure Estimation and Analysis of a GEO Class of High Area-to-Mass Ratio Debris Objects A population of deep space objects is thought to be high area-to-mass ratio (AMR) debris having origins from sources in the geosynchronous orbit (GEO) belt.

The typical AMR values have been observed to range anywhere from 1's to 10's of m(sup 2)/kg, and hence, higher than average. Spherical Satellite Max/Min Temperatures Where A=satellite surface area, AC is the satellite cross-sectional area, and F is the view factor = (1-cos ρ)/2 4 1 min 4 1 max ⎥⎦ ⎤ ⎢⎣ ⎡ + = ⎥⎦ ⎤ ⎢⎣ ⎡ + + + = σε ε σε α ε α A AFq Q T A A G AFq AFG a K Q T I W C s I s a W s s Similar analysis.

The radiation pressure, P, is the rate of change of momentum divided by the irradiated area so that: P = Icos 2 θ/c, where I is the irradiance—the energy arriving at the surface per unit time (input power) per unit area, and θ is the angle between the surface normal and the incident radiation.Calculations show that, at a mean altitude of miles, radiation pressure can displace the orbit of the foot Echo balloon at rates up to miles per day, the orbit of the foot Beacon satellite at mile per day.

For certain resonant conditions this effect accumulates, drastically affecting the satellite.Purchase Radiative Heat Transfer - 3rd Edition. Print Book & E-Book.

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