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Performance analysis of non-coplanar synergetic maneuvers
Thomas P. Spriesterbach
by Naval Postgraduate School, Available from the National Technical Information Service in Monterey, Calif, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Contributions||Ross, I. Michael|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||81 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||81|
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The term synergetic was coined to describe the combination of propulsive and atmospheric forces used by a maneuvering flight vehicle. This thesis concentrates on non-coplanar synergetic maneuvers using two different control methods for various lifting bodies.
The term synergetic has been coined to describe to combination of propulsive and atmospheric forces used by a maneuvering flight vehicle. This thesis concentrates on non-coplanar synergetic maneuvers using two different control methods for various lifting bodies over a range of heating rates and orbital : Thomas P.
Spriesterbach. methods. The term synergetic has been coined to describe the combination of propulsive and atmospheric forces used by a maneuvering flight vehicle. This thesis concentrates on non-coplanar synergetic maneuvers using two different control methods for various lifting bodies over a range of heating rates and orbital speeds.
Anevaluation,analysis,andcomparisonofthetwomaneuversovera range of maximum lift to drag ratios ((L/D) max) and heating rateswill shed light on thecapabilities andinadequaciesofeach control method. in a non-coplanar o rbit different fro m the two deputy satellites. The configuration of formation for these satellites is the projected circular orbit (PCO) type with the phase angle difference.
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This book contains the edited version. Executing a non-coplanar transfer requires more fuel than an orbital change within the original plane, such as increasing or decreasing orbital velocity to change orbital radius or altitude.
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