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Perturbation due to a Circumbinary Disc around L4,5 in the Photogravitational Elliptic Restricted Three-Body Problem

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The motion is investigated of dust/gas particles in the elliptic restricted three-body problem (ER3BP) in which the less massive primary is an oblate spheroid and the more massive a luminous body surrounded by a circumbinary disk. The paper has investigated both analytically and numerically the effects of oblateness and radiation pressure of the primaries respectively together with the gravitational potential from a disk on the triangular equilibrium L4,5 of the system, all in the elliptic framework of the restricted problem of three bodies. The important result obtained therein is a move towards the line joining the primaries in the presence of any /all perturbation(s). A significant shift away from the origin as the radiation pressure factor decreases and oblateness of the smaller primary increase is also observed. It is also seen that, all aforementioned parameters in the region of stability have destabilizing tendencies resulting in a decrease in the size of the region of stability except the gravitational potential from the disc. The binary system Ruchbah in the constellation Cassiopeiae is an excellent model for the problem, using the analytic results obtained, the locations of the triangular points and the critical mass parameter are computed numerically.

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Periodical:
International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 87)
Pages:
22-36
Citation:
U. Aishetu et al., "Perturbation due to a Circumbinary Disc around L4,5 in the Photogravitational Elliptic Restricted Three-Body Problem", International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Vol. 87, pp. 22-36, 2021
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October 2021
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