On periodic motions of a nonautonomous Hamiltonian system in one case of multiple parametric resonance
2017, Vol. 13, No. 4, pp. 477–504
Author(s): Kholostova O. V.
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Author(s): Kholostova O. V.
The motion of a nonautonomous time-periodic two-degree-of-freedom Hamiltonian system in a neighborhood of an equilibrium point is considered. The Hamiltonian function of the system is supposed to depend on two parameters $\varepsilon$ and $\alpha$, with $\varepsilon$ being small and the system being autonomous at $\varepsilon=0$. It is also supposed that for $\varepsilon=0$ and some values of $\alpha$ one of the frequencies of small linear oscillations of the system in the neighborhood of the equilibrium point is an integer or half-integer and the other is equal to zero, that is, the system exhibits a multiple parametric resonance. The case is considered where the rank of the matrix of equations of perturbed motion that are linearized at $\varepsilon=0$ in the neighborhood of the equilibrium point is equal to three. For sufficiently small but nonzero values of $\varepsilon$ and for values of $\alpha$ close to the resonant ones, the question of existence, bifurcations, and stability (in the linear approximation) of the periodic motions of the system is solved. As an application, periodic motions of a symmetrical satellite in the neighborhood of its cylindrical precession in an orbit with small eccentricity are constructed for cases of the multiple resonances considered.
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