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Pseudo periodic orbits of the planar collision restricted 3-body problem in rotating coordinates
(Pergamon-elsevier Science LtdOxfordInglaterra, 2009)
Periodic orbits of a Hamiltonian system related with the Friedmann–Robertson–Walker system in rotating coordinates
We provide sufficient conditions on the four parameters of a Hamiltonian system, related with the Friedmann–Robertson–Walker Hamiltonian system in a rotating reference frame, which guarantee the existence of 12 continuous ...
Periodic orbits for space-based reflectors in the circular restricted three-body problem
The use of space-based orbital reflectors to increase the total insolation of the Earth has been considered with potential applications in night-side illumination, electric power generation and climate engineering. Previous ...
Limit cycles for a mechanical system coming from the perturbation of a four-dimensional linear center
(SpringerNew YorkEUA, 2006)
On the existence and stability of periodic orbits in non ideal problems: General results
In this work, motivated by non-ideal mechanical systems, we investigate the following O.D.E. ẋ = f (x) + εg (x, t) + ε2g (x, t, ε), where x ∈ Ω ⊂ ℝn, g, g are T periodic functions of t and there is a 0 ∈ Ω such that f (a ...
Three-dimensional retrograde periodic orbits of asteroids moving in mean motion resonances with Jupiter
We study the dynamics of interior mean motion resonances of first, second and third order with Jupiter using the model of the restricted three-body problem with the Sun and Jupiter as primaries and we focus on asteroids ...
Orbital Stability Of Periodic Traveling-wave Solutions For The Log-kdv Equation
(Academic Press Inc., 2016)
Periodic orbits of a generalized Hénon–Heiles systemÓrbitas periódicas de un sistema Hénon-Heiles generalizado
(Journal of Physics: A Mathematical & Theoretical, 2020)
On the periodic orbits of the third-order differential equation x ′′′ − µx ′′ + x ′ − µx = εF (x, x ′ , x ′′)
In this paper we study the periodic orbits of the third-order differential equation x ′′′−µx ′′+ x ′ − µx = εF (x, x ′ , x ′′), where ε is a small parameter and the function F is of class C 2 .
ON THE BIRTH OF MINIMAL SETS FOR PERTURBED REVERSIBLE VECTOR FIELDS
(Amer Inst Mathematical SciencesSpringfieldEUA, 2011)