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A.P. Markeev, "Stability in a Case of Motion of a Paraboloid over a Plane," Mech. Solids. 51 (6), 623-631 (2016)
Year 2016 Volume 51 Number 6 Pages 623-631
DOI 10.3103/S0025654416060017
Title Stability in a Case of Motion of a Paraboloid over a Plane
Author(s) A.P. Markeev (Ishlinsky Institute for Problems in Mechanics, Russian Academy of Sciences, pr. Vernadskogo 101, str. 1, Moscow, 119526 Russia,
Abstract We solve a nonlinear orbital stability problem for a periodic motion of a homogeneous paraboloid of revolution over an immovable horizontal plane in a homogeneous gravity field. The plane is assumed to be absolutely smooth, and the body-plane collisions are assumed to be absolutely elastic. In the unperturbed motion, the symmetry axis of the body is vertical, and the body itself is in translational motion with periodic collisions with the plane.

The Poincaré section surface method is used to reduce the problem to studying the stability of a fixed point of an area-preserving mapping of the plane into itself. The stability and instability conditions are obtained for all admissible values of the problem parameters.
Keywords collision, mapping, stability
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Received 27 October 2015
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