Sciences of Geodesy - I 2010
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11741-1_6
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“…The second term I R describes the effect of rotational deformations and depends on m 1 and m 2 (equation (3)). With all terms containing _ m i (i = 1, 2, 3) assembled on the left hand side, the Euler-Liouville equation becomes [Seitz and Schuh, 2010]:…”
Section: From the Euler-liouville Equation To The System Equationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The second term I R describes the effect of rotational deformations and depends on m 1 and m 2 (equation (3)). With all terms containing _ m i (i = 1, 2, 3) assembled on the left hand side, the Euler-Liouville equation becomes [Seitz and Schuh, 2010]:…”
Section: From the Euler-liouville Equation To The System Equationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The CIP is defined to perform only motions of periods of 2 days or more with respect to the ICRS and only motions outside the retrograde diurnal band in the ITRS. Correspondingly, the transformation between the ITRS and the ICRS is given by (see Seitz and Schuh 2011 The full definition of the motion of the Earth rotation axis, developed according to postNetwonian physics, is much more complex and can be found in IERS (2010). It was recommended by the IAU (Capitaine et al 2002) and adopted by the IUGG in 2007.…”
Section: Transformation Between Icrs and Itrsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In a rotating reference frame that has been attached in some manner to the solid body of the Earth, the Euler equation of motion that relates changes in the angular momentum L(t) of the Earth to the external torques t(t) acting on it is (Eubanks, 1993;Lambeck, 1980Lambeck, , 1988Moritz and Mueller, 1988;Munk and MacDonald, 1960;Seitz and Schuh, 2010) @L t ð Þ @t…”
Section: Instantaneous Rotation Vectormentioning
confidence: 99%