Resonance breaking due to dissipation in planar planetary systems

@article{Delisle2014ResonanceBD,
  title={Resonance breaking due to dissipation in planar planetary systems},
  author={J. Delisle and J. Laskar and A. Correia},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2014},
  volume={566}
}
  • J. Delisle, J. Laskar, A. Correia
  • Published 2014
  • Physics
  • Astronomy and Astrophysics
  • We study the evolution of two planets around a star, in mean-motion resonance and undergoing tidal e ects. We derive an integrable analytical model of mean-motion resonances of any order which reproduce the main features of the resonant dynamics. Using this simplified model, we obtain a criterion showing that, depending on the balance of the tidal dissipation in both planets, their final period ratio may stay at the resonant value, increase above, or decrease below the resonant value. Applying… CONTINUE READING
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