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Numerical tools for the computation of homoclinic/heteroclinic orbits

Numerical tools for the computation of homoclinic/heteroclinic orbits

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From New Trends in astrodynamics and applications - 2008. By E. Barrabes, J.M. Mondelo, and M. Olle.
From New Trends in astrodynamics and applications - 2008. By E. Barrabes, J.M. Mondelo, and M. Olle.

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Numerical tools for the computation of homoclinic/heteroclinic orbits
E. Barrabés
1
J.M. Mondelo
2
M. Ollé
3
1
Dept. Informàtica i Matemàtica AplicadaUniversitat de Girona
2
Dept. de MatemàtiquesUniversitat Autònoma de Barcelona
3
Dept. de Matemàtica Aplicada IUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya
New trends in astrodynamics and applications, Milan, June 30, July 1, 2,2008
 
Outline
Context: the RTBP and the collinear points, motivation and applications
Computation of objects: periodic orbits (PO), their invariant manifolds
Homoclinic connections of PO: detection and continuation of families
Some results
 
Numerical toolsLibration Point orbitsThe spatial, circular RTBP
General framework. The RTBP
2
13
m = 0m =
2
µ
m = 1−
1
µ
P =( −1, 0, 0)
µ
2
 L
2
 L
1
 L
3
P =(x,y,z)O
µ
1
P =( , 0, 0) y z x
Differential equations of theSpatial Circular RTBP:
˙
 x
=
p
 x
+
y
,
˙
 p
 x
=
∂ 
 H 
/∂ 
 x
,
˙
 y
=
p
 y
 x
,
˙
 p
 y
=
∂ 
 H 
/∂ 
 y
,
˙
 z
=
p
 z
,
˙
 p
 z
=
∂ 
 H 
/∂ 
 z
,
Mass ratio:
µ
=
m
2
m
1
+
m
2
.Hamiltonian:
 H 
(
 x
,
 y
,
 z
,
 p
 z
,
 p
 y
,
 p
 z
) =
12
(
 p
2
 x
+
p
2
 y
+
p
2
 z
)
 xp
 y
+
yp
 x
1
µ
1
µ
2
with
1
=
 
(
 x
µ
)
2
+
y
2
+
z
2
,
2
=
 
(
 x
µ
+
1
)
2
+
y
2
+
z
2
.Jacobi constant:
=
2
 H 
+
µ
(
1
µ
)

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