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satellite," Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part K: Journal of Multi-body Dynamics, vol.
Aghababa, "Adaptive finite-time stabilization of uncertain non-autonomous chaotic electromechanical gyrostat
systems with unknown parameters," Mechanics Research Communications, vol.
The basic G-model is the Volterra gyrostat [20, 21], a classical system, which admits various mechanical and fluid dynamical interpretations and can be written  as
The simplest Volterra gyrostat (r = b = c = 0 in (3)) in a forced regime, that is, with added constant forcing and linear friction,
Note first that the Lorenz (1963) model was shown (Gluhovsky 1982) to be equivalent to the simplest Volterra gyrostat in a forced, dissipative regime.
Tong (2009) presents a broader discussion of gyrostat analogies in physics.
Liu, "Global chaos synchronization of electro-mechanical gyrostat
systems via variable substitution control," Chaos, Solitons and Fractals, vol.