Nonlinear Celestial Mechanics Orbits Revisited: An Effective Relativistic Lagrangean Approach

@inproceedings{Braga2017NonlinearCM,
  title={Nonlinear Celestial Mechanics Orbits Revisited: An Effective Relativistic Lagrangean Approach},
  author={F. Braga and W. Spalenza and Kc Lemos Filhot},
  year={2017}
}
  • F. Braga, W. Spalenza, Kc Lemos Filhot
  • Published 2017
  • Physics
  • In this article we have revisited the orbital calculations for a celestial mechanical system using the relativistic Lagrangean formalism. The differential equations obtained through this procedure, involving a perturbative expansion of the relativistic Lagrangean constituted on an effective gravitational potential based on the classical gravitational potential, presented good solutions for planetary orbits at our solar system. The validity of the trajectories obtained was carefully observed for… CONTINUE READING

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