Modelling the secular evolution of migrating planet pairs

@article{Michtchenko2011ModellingTS,
  title={Modelling the secular evolution of migrating planet pairs},
  author={Tatiana Alexandrovna Michtchenko and Adri'an Rodr'iguez},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2011},
  volume={415},
  pages={2275-2292}
}
The subject of this paper is the secular behaviour of a pair of planets evolving under dissipative forces. In particular, we investigate the case when dissipative forces affect the planetary semimajor axes and the planets move inwards/outwards the central star, in a process known as planet migration. To perform this investigation, we introduce fundamental concepts of conservative and dissipative dynamics of the three-body problem. Based on these concepts, we develop a qualitative model of the… 
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