Zakirov U.N. Physical mechanics of interstellar flight. Kazan: Publishing house the "Science", 2003. 84 p.
Summary: The physical mechanics of interstellar flight is stated on the basis of relativistic dynamics (changes) of jet propulsion, which one is implemented with, the help of energy of thermonuclear fusion and annihilation. The possible interquartil purpose are surveyed - the outside Pluton's space in a solar system the system of the nearest stars Centauri and reopened extrasolar planets. Kinematics motions, diversions from kinematics parameters are submitted (shown) at a motion with invariable values by acceleration, traction and power. The examples of optimum selection of number of stages and optimum selection of stages are given on the basis of the solution of a differential equation of motion of a relativistic rocket. The peculiarities of a rocket's behavior close to Black Holes are explored.
The book is intended for the scientific employees, postgraduate students and students, engineer - planners leading space ballistics.
The author: Ural N. Zakirov (b. 1933), graduated from the Moscow State University in 1966. Doctor of Science (Phys.-Math.), a Leading scientific researcher in the Laboratory of the Controlling and Stability, Institute of Mechanics and Machinery, the Russian Academy of Science.
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CONTENTS
Preface
Introduction
Chapter1. Astronomical purpose objects
1.1. Zone of Oort's
1.2. The coordinate of Alpha-Centauri
1.3. Extrasolar Planets
1.4. Composition of reopened exrasolar Planets
Chapter 2. The differential equations of relativistic ballistics
2.1. Equation of a gravitational field of the Einstein
2.2. The Schwarzschild Solution as the base metric
2.3. Equation of relativistic ballistics
2.4. Kinematics of a motion with invariable values by jet acceleration
2.5. Kinematics of a motion from a invariable value by a jet force
2.6. Kinematics of a motion from a invariable value by power
Chapter 3. Calculations of trajectories to purpose objects
3.1. The combined method of acceleration (inhibiting action) of a rocket
3.2. Flight to extrasolar planets
3.3. Flight to the nearest stars
Chapter 4. An equilibrium motion of a rocket at compensation of an outer resistance by a jet force
4.1. Basic differential equation with effective mass
4.2. Kinematics of a motion
Chapter 5. Motion of a rocket in a Strong gravitational field
5.1. Feature of a motion in a field of Schwarzschild's
5.2. Transition modes from a strong field to feeble
5.3. Feature of optimum to carry into of a rocket in field of Schwarzschild's
5.4. Problems of stability of a rocket (Sonde) not far from "Black hole"
Chapter 6. Optimum selection of stages
6.1. Nomograhic chart selections of stages
6.2. Optimum selection of stages
Chapter 7. Energy estimation of interstellar flights
7.1. Comparison efficiency of different sorts of propellants and appropriate trajectories
Chapter 8. Relevant to them interstellar astronauts as alternative of research of a constitution of the Universe by the scientists on the Earth
Appendix. About search of extra-terrestrial civilization
Conclusion
The basic signs
References