By V.V. Beletsky, A. Iacob
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V. A. 1) up to 1978. 26], V. A. 21], of periodic rotations and oscillations of a satellite in an elliptic orbit and of the stability of these motions. It is worth mentioning that the phase trajectories studied in the works listed above have a regular character (periodic, and sometimes quasi-periodic). In the beginning of the 1980s the analysis of planar motions of a satellite in an elliptic orbit reached a qualitatively new level. At that time the theory of dynamical systems and computational techniques were sufficiently developed to allow one to study not only isolated trajectories of the system, but also the whole structure of its phase space.
AVERAGING new independent variable. 16) can be reduced to the form i; 31 = (Y2, ... , Yk), = c:X*(x, 8, z, c:), e= c:8*(x,8,z,c:), z= w(x) + c:Z*(x, 8, z, c:). 16), the only difference being that it contains one more slow variable and one less fast variable. The problem is thus reduced to the previous one, since the actual number of slow and fast variables is of no consequence. We shall consider next averaging algorithms for resonant and nonresonant motions in the case when the equations of perturbed motion are in canonical form, which is of special interest here.
The above conclusions 1 °_4 0 remain valid in this case, too, provided that the mean value F is understood as the result of averaging F over all fast variables, independently with respect to each of them. However, in the case of more than one fast variable one may encounter a qualitatively new situation: commensurability of the frequencies of the fast variables, or, in the customary terminology, resonance. The independent averaging with respect to the fast variables is feasible (and hence the previous conclusions about the evolution motion are valid) only in the absence of resonances.
Essays on the Motion of Celestial Bodies by V.V. Beletsky, A. Iacob