Video: Orbital Motion

In this block we move away from a purely geometrical description of Kepler orbits towards a dynamic one. We will learn about the velocities: at perigee, at apogee, circular - and use them to calculate a useful relationship for the orbital energy. It is no surprise that the 2nd Kepler law is the basis of this work.

Dozenten: Dr. rer. nat. Markus Landgraf


Semester: 2019 2020

Themenbereiche: Naturwissenschaften Naturwissenschaften Ingenieurswissenschaften Ingenieurswissenschaften

Bereiche: Physik Mathematik Maschinenbau Informatik

Sprache: english