- Research Grants
Eduardo Andrade Inês in research grants and scholarships supported by FAPESP.
The Creep Tide theory, introduced by Ferraz-Mello (2013), is a new rheophysical approach for the tidal problem. This theory proposes to study the tides directly from the deformation laws of the bodies, taking into account the distinct properties of their internal structure by means of the Newtonian creep. The theory is still under construction and has great potential for application to...
Extrasolar planets in multiple star systems, considered nowadays as a common phenomenon in the universe, is still a subject that challenges the classical theories by their orbital characteristics very different from Solar System's planets. In this project we intend to apply new techniques, analytical and semi-analytical, to build dynamic models of these systems, based on successful appl...
In this present project we intend to apply Hori's method and Lie's canonical perturbation theory for the development of a second-order in masses model. Due to complexities of the averaging procedure on the second-order model, the model that we will develop will be a Semi-secular analytical model, i.e., averaging only the planetary fast angle, resulting in a 2 degree-of-freedom model. Wi...
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