Global trajectory optimisation: can we prune the solution space when considering deep space manoeuvres?

Massimiliano Vasile, Matteo Ceriotti, Gianmarco Radice, Victor M. Becerra, Slawomir J. Nasuto, James D. Anderson

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Abstract

This document contains a report on the work done under the ESA/Ariadna study 06/4101 on the global optimization of space trajectories with multiple gravity assist (GA) and deep space manoeuvres (DSM). The study was performed by a joint team of scientists from the University of Reading and the University of Glasgow.
LanguageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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Keywords

  • multiple gravity-assist transfers
  • deep-space manoeuvres
  • hybrid optimal control problems
  • deterministic techniques
  • stochastic techniques

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Vasile, M., Ceriotti, M., Radice, G., Becerra, V. M., Nasuto, S. J., & Anderson, J. D. (2008). Global trajectory optimisation: can we prune the solution space when considering deep space manoeuvres?
Vasile, Massimiliano ; Ceriotti, Matteo ; Radice, Gianmarco ; Becerra, Victor M. ; Nasuto, Slawomir J. ; Anderson, James D. / Global trajectory optimisation: can we prune the solution space when considering deep space manoeuvres?. 2008.
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