Thursday, 4 August 2011

Mekanika Orbit: Bacaan Selanjutnya

Further reading

Many of the options, procedures, and supporting theory are covered in standard works such as:
  • Bate, R.R., Mueller, D.D., White, J.E., (1971). Fundamentals of Astrodynamics. Dover Publications, New York. ISBN 978-0486600611.
  • Vallado, D. A. (2001). Fundamentals of Astrodynamics and Applications, 2nd Edition. Springer. ISBN 978-0792369035.
  • Battin, R.H. (1999). An Introduction to the Mathematics and Methods of Astrodynamics. American Institute of Aeronautics & Ast, Washington, DC. ISBN 978-1563473425.
  • Chobotov, V.A. (ed.) (2002). Orbital Mechanics, 3rd Edition. American Institute of Aeronautics & Ast, Washington, DC. ISBN 978-1563475375.
  • Herrick, S. (1971). Astrodynamics: Orbit Determination, Space Navigation, Celestial Mechanics, Volume 1. Van Nostrand Reinhold, London. ISBN 978-0442033705.
  • Herrick, S. (1972). Astrodynamics: Orbit Correction, Perturbation Theory, Integration, Volume 2. Van Nostrand Reinhold, London. ISBN 978-0442033712.
  • Kaplan, M.H. (1976). Modern Spacecraft Dynamics and Controls. Wiley, New York. ISBN 978-0471457039.
  • Tom Logsdon (1997). Orbital Mechanics. Wiley-Interscience, New York. ISBN 978-0471146360.
  • John E. Prussing and Bruce A. Conway (1993). Orbital Mechanics. Oxford University Press, New York. ISBN 978-0195078343.
  • M.J. Sidi (2000). Spacecraft Dynamics and Control. Cambridge University Press, New York. ISBN 978-0521787802.
  • W.E. Wiesel (1996). Spaceflight Dynamics, 2nd edition. McGraw-Hill, New York. ISBN 978-0070701106.
  • J.P. Vinti (1998). Orbital and Celestial Mechanics. American Institute of Aeronautics & Ast, Reston, VA. ISBN 978-1563472565.
  • P. Gurfil (2006). Modern Astrodynamics. Butterworth-Heinemann. ISBN 978-0123735621.
The most elementary but very widely used reference is Bate, Mueller and White. It has several useful graphs off which one can read the rates of change of perigee and node due to earth oblateness, but there are typographical errors in a few equations. For example, in Eq. (9.7.5) the term in (3/2) J2 needs (re/r) squared and the term in J3 needs it cubed. The coefficient 315 in the J6 term, Eq.(9.7.6.) should be 245 (but the 315 in the J5 term is just fine). Battin's book may be too mathematical for many users.

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