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## PHYS 608

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# PHYS 608 PHYS 608

Jamaal McGlynn
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M. Bromley

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Lecture 12 Outline In and Out Burger o The Kepler Problem Section 38 o Hohmann Transfer Parabolic motion 6 1 Hyperbolic motion 6 gt 1 Intro to Scattering Section 310 Hohmann Transfer 0 Requires two velocity Changes for planet transfer 0 Which is the most energy ef cient way to do so Hohmann Transfer II o For both circles and ellipses we have E k2a o For circular path of the planets we get simple velocities k 1 k k k E mv2 thus 211 and v2 2T0 2 7 0 m r l 77173 a Transfer ellipse has at 7 1 7 2 With conserved energy k k k l k 2 mv2 k 2T2 6 271 Up gt 01 and va lt 02 mm 7 1 7 2 mrg 7 1 7 2 0 Whilst most energy ef cient also the slowest transit o and return must wait a While for the planets to be re aligned Parabolic Motion in time for V7 c7 Parabolic Motion in time for F7 c7 2 t e3 f0 d0 WW2 90 1 l ecos9 0 2 0 eg For Parabola s e 1 use 1 3086 2 C082 3 0 4 6 3 tang 1 2 t 4mk20 sec 2 d6 2mk20 51 da 0 Above used a tan so da sec2 d6 0 and also 8602 1 tar o Sowehave 7Tlt6lt7T o Where 6 7T gt t oo7 oo o Where 6 0 gt t 07 apsidal Stealing Gravity from a kid planet o But for interplanetary travel steal energy from a planet 0 Let U and v be the velocities relative to P inertial frame a then we must have from an attractive force 27f gt a Conservation of energy says that Planet s z7f lt Intergalactic Planetary o Voyager 2 path departing 1977 a this procedure is also known as gravity assist Central Force Scattering 0 Consider effective one body scattering 0 Where problem has rotational symmetry about axis a De ne cross section 09 of units of area for scattering in given direction as 0Qd 2 0Q27T sin dG the of particles scattered into solid angle d9 per unit time DIVIDED by the incident intensity I which is of particles crossing area per unit time Impact Parameter Given the impact parameter s and initial speed 210 imagine in the lab frame particle passing by with no central force Then angular momentum must be 6 mvos 5V 2mE Given known E7 5 then we know 6 and thus we also know the scattering angle 9 as well Solid Angle Element d9 0 The 7 of particles scattered into d9 27T sin dG lying between 9 and 9 d is equal to the of particles with s to s d5 ie 27TIsds 27w sin 9d9 0 Given that can consider s E differential cross section E d 09 sin 9 0 eg for repulsive scattering Solid Angle Expression 0 Want to nd an expression for 95 take a so we go back to the equation of orbital motion 7 d 7 67 60 2mE 2mV 1 T0 7 2 T2 T2 72 o with 7 0 007 60 7T and for 67 mm 6min 7T III 00 dr II 7T 6min 7a 2 2mE2mVi mzn 7quot E2 62 T2 a rewrite using 5 5V 2mE AND 27T II II 9 s7r 2mm 5d 0 1 M 2 E Hyperbolic Orbit Equation 0 Coulomb Force f7 ZZ e27 2 thus k ZZ e2 o For E gt 0 we have hyperbolic motion eccentricity 12E 2 1 2E6 1 2E5 2 6 Mk2 771ZZ 822 ZZ e2 o Eqn of orbit Choose 6 7T ie 6 0 at periapsis 1 mk m 6 2 COSlt6 1 ZZ m 2 e ecos6 1 rhyperbola g 0 Now nd 11 from when rhyp gt 00 with 6 7T II 1 6cos6 1 0 thus cosIIl e

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