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I. I. Kosenko and S. Ya. Stepanov, "Stability of relative equilibria of an orbit tether with impact interactions taken into account. The unbounded problem," Mech. Solids. 41 (4), 64-72 (2006)
Year 2006 Volume 41 Number 4 Pages 64-72
Title Stability of relative equilibria of an orbit tether with impact interactions taken into account. The unbounded problem
Author(s) I. I. Kosenko (Moscow)
S. Ya. Stepanov (Moscow)
Abstract We completely solve the 3D problem on the stability of relative equilibria of an orbit tether. The problem is considered in the unbounded setting. We assume that the material points constituting the tether are connected by a flexible weightless inextensible cable and each of them independently performs a Kepler motion interrupted from time to time by the constraint, which is implemented as a flexible inextensible weightless cable of constant length.

We use Routh reduction and calculate the relative equilibria corresponding to the radial position of the cable. We verify the condition that the constraint is in tension and the assumptions of A. P. Ivanov's theorem on the stability of the equilibrium of a Lagrangian mechanical system with unilateral constraints.
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Received 01 August 2004
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