Special Issue "Mathematical Problems in Aerospace"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 March 2023) | Viewed by 23909
Interests: AI in aerospace
Interests: the theory and computation of optimal control and their applications in aerospace
Mathematical problem in aerospace becomes a hot issue in recent years and has received more and more attention, and deeply affects the development of many fields, such as aerodynamics, astrodynamics, deep space exploration, space environment, manned space flight, etc. Notwithstanding the enormous efforts of mathematicians, natural scientists, and engineers, many major issues remain unresolved. Therefore, there is an urgent need to comprehensively introduce major mathematical problems in aerospace to help people refer to and conduct further in-depth research. This special issue is planned to provide an overview of the latest major mathematical problems in aerospace and their applications in different fields. The purpose of this special issue is to provide a partial contribution to the mathematical theory, computational methods and other issues involved in aerospace. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
Deep space exploration;
Guidance, navigation, and control;
Manned space flight;
Plume of spacecraft and aircraft;
Thermophysical of spacecraft and aircraft;
Debris, dust, meteoroid, asteroid, comet, planet;
Boundary of the Solar system;
Prof. Dr. Yu Jiang
Prof. Dr. Haijun Peng
Dr. Hongwei Yang
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- Dynamical system
- Space environment
- Invariant manifold
- Guidance, navigation, and control
- Celestial Mechanics
- Planetary Science