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Alternative TitleImproved Tour-Map graphical method for gravity-assist
李小玉; 郑建华; 吴霞; lixiaoyu@nssc.ac.cn
Source Publication北京航空航天大学学报
Keyword星际探测 轨道设计 图形化方法
Other AbstractThe analysis of gravity-assist effects is of great importance on the design stage to specify both the swingby sequence and the initial parameters. An improved Tour-Map graphical method for this purpose was introduced, which permits a quick identification of key parameters in ballistic gravity-assist. By the patched conic assumption, the graphical method was developed according to the geometric relationship of excess velocity and the position and velocity of the gravity-assist planet, followed by analytical developments of key heliocentric orbit elements after swingby, such as period, inclination and eccentricity. Then the complicated requirements of gravity-assist was described as contours on two dimensional Tour-Map conveniently. A design example of high-inclination solar orbit with Jupiter assist was included to illustrate the usage.
Indexed ByEI ; CSCD
Funding Project中国科学院空间科学与应用研究中心
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Document Type期刊论文
Corresponding Authorlixiaoyu@nssc.ac.cn
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李小玉,郑建华,吴霞,等. 改进的Tour-Map借力飞行图形设计方法[J]. 北京航空航天大学学报,2012,38(11):1532-1536.
APA 李小玉,郑建华,吴霞,&lixiaoyu@nssc.ac.cn.(2012).改进的Tour-Map借力飞行图形设计方法.北京航空航天大学学报,38(11),1532-1536.
MLA 李小玉,et al."改进的Tour-Map借力飞行图形设计方法".北京航空航天大学学报 38.11(2012):1532-1536.
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