TITLE

Fractal basins of attraction in the restricted four-body problem when the primaries are triaxial rigid bodies

AUTHOR(S)
Suraj, Md; Asique, Md; Prasad, Umakant; Hassan, M.; Shalini, Kumari
PUB. DATE
November 2017
SOURCE
Astrophysics & Space Science;Nov2017, Vol. 362 Issue 11, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The planar equilateral restricted four-body problem, formulated on the basis of Lagrange's triangular solutions is used to determine the existence and locations of libration points and the Newton-Raphson basins of convergence associated with these libration points. We have supposed that all the three primaries situated on the vertices of an equilateral triangle are triaxial rigid bodies. This paper also deals with the effect of these triaxiality parameters on the regions of motion where the test particle is free to move. Further, the regions on the configuration plane filled by the basins of attraction are determined by using the multivariate version of the Newton-Raphson iterative system. The numerical study reveals that the triaxiality of the primaries is one of the most influential parameters in the four-body problem.
ACCESSION #
126307941

 

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