Control of the motion of a triaxial ellipsoid in a fluid using rotors
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The motion of a body shaped as a triaxial ellipsoid and controlled by the rotation of three internal rotors is studied. It is proved that the motion is controllable with the exception of a few particular cases. Partial solutions whose combinations enable an unbounded motion in any arbitrary direction are constructed.
Keywordsideal fluid motion of a rigid body Kirchhoff equations control by rotors gate
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