Dissipation in a tidally perturbed body librating in longitude

@article{Efroimsky2017DissipationIA,
  title={Dissipation in a tidally perturbed body librating in longitude},
  author={M. Efroimsky},
  journal={Icarus},
  year={2017},
  volume={306},
  pages={328-354}
}
Abstract Internal dissipation in a tidally perturbed librating body differs in several respects from the tidal dissipation in a steadily spinning rotator. First, libration changes the spectral distribution of tidal damping across the tidal modes, as compared to the case of steady spin. This changes both the tidal heating rate and the tidal torque. Second, while a non-librating rotator experiences alternating deformation only due to the potential force exerted on it by the perturber, a librating… Expand
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