‘’INNOVATION IN SQUABBLE OF PRISSIEST FOR NEAR-EARTH SATELLITE ORBITS DISORGANIZE BY EARTH’S IMPETUOSITY AND REGION DRAG INTERS OF AMERICAN STATE PARTS’’

DR. MASOUD MIRZAEE

VOLUME02ISSUE10

ABSRACT

Analytical solutions with the American state part equations of motion thanks to the combined impact of zonal harmonics J2,J3 and J4 and drag by considering an analytical oblate diurnal exponential density model once density scale height varies with altitude is obtained victimization series enlargement methodology. Terms up to 3rd terms in e, eccentricity, c, a tiny low parameter betting on the bulginess of the atmosphere and second order terms in μ, gradient of the size height altitude square measure thought of. The American state part equations square measure numerically integrated (NUM) through a hard and fast step size fourth-order Runge-Kutta-Gill methodology having a really tiny step-size of [*fr1] degree within the eccentric anomaly for comparison analytically integrated (ANAL) values. when one hundred revolutions, decrease in Squabble of Prissies, ω, at Prissies height = four hundred kilometer, e = 0.1 and inclination i = twenty and eighty degrees, square measure found to be seven.42 and 39.8 degrees. At i =80 degree, the proportion error = (ANAL – NUM) / NUM when one and one hundred revolutions square measure zero.61 and 2.09.

KEYWORDS

American state elements, Zonal harmonics, region drag, Analytic integration

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AUTHOR’S AFFILIATION

DR. MASOUD MIRZAEE

Department of Mathematics & Scientific Technology, Iraq.

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