Reflecting the results of twenty years; experience in the field of multipurpose flights, this monograph includes the complex routes of the trajectories of a number of bodies (e.g., space vehicles, comets) in the solar system.
A general methodological approach to the research of flight schemes and the choice of optimal performances is developed. Additionally, a number of interconnected methods and algorithms used at sequential stages of such development are introduced, which allow the selection of a rational multipurpose route for a space vehicle, the design of multipurpose orbits, the determination of optimal space vehicle design, and ballistic performances for carrying out the routes chosen. Other topics include the practical results obtained from using these methods, navigation problems, near-to-planet orbits, and an overview of proven and new flight schemes.
Table of Contents
1. Dynamic Scheme, Models and Methods of Analysis of Spacecraft Trajectories Using Gravity Assist Manoeuvres 2, Methods and Algorithms for the Development of Optical Multipurpose Missions 3. Ballistic Methods in Multipurpose Interplanetary Spacecraft Design 4. Analysis of Multipurpose Schemes of Interplanetary Flight 5. Multipurpose Flights in Planetary-Satellite Systems 6. Flights to Small Bodies in the Solar System 7. Solution of Navigational Problems for Multipurpose Missions at Near- Planet Segments of the Flight Trajectory
Labunsky, A V; Papkov, O V; Sukhanov, K G