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- Book Name: Classical Mechanics Lecture Notes
- Book Author: Tom Kirchner
- Book Categories: Physics, Classical Mechanics
- Book Language: English
- Total Pages: 114 Pages
- File Format: PDF / TXT
- Contibute by: York University
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Contents of This book
1 Introduction 3
1.1 Introduction and general description. . . . .
1.2 Summary of Newtonian mechanics. . .
1.2.1 Newton’s Law (1687). . .
1.2.2 Momentum (linear), angular momentum, work and
Energy. . .
2 Hamiltonian Principles – Lagrangian and Hamiltonian Dynamics
2.1 Preliminary formulation of Hamilton’s policy (1834/35). .
2.1.1 Calculation of changes. . . .
2.1.2 HP is a common case. . . .
2.2 Limited systems and generalized coordinates.
2.2.1 Primary for a ground point. .
2.2.2 N-particle system. . . .
2.3 Hamilton’s Policy and Langrange’s General Formulation
Equations for N-particle systems. . . .
2.3.1 Hamilton’s policy. . . .
Lagrange’s equation and Newton’s equations of 2.3.2
Speed. . .
2.4 The Conservation Theorem has been revised. . .
2.4.1 Generalized moment. . .
2.4.2 Force and Hamiltonian. .
2.5 Hamiltonian dynamics. . . .
2.6 Extensions. . . .
2.6.1 Generalized power and potential. . .
2.6.2 Friction. . . . .
2.6.3 Lagrange equation with undefined coefficient. .
2.6.4 D’Alembert Principles. . .
3.1 Problem of central power. .
3.1.1 Primary. .
3.1.2 An effective one-person problem reduces two-body problems. . . .
3.1.3 Relative speed. . . . .
3.2 Inflexible body mobility. . .
3.2.1 Preparation. . . .
3.2.2 Kinetic energy and inertia tensor. . .
3.2.3 Structure and properties of inertia tensors. .
3.2.4 Generalized and Lagrangian coordinates. .
3.2.5 Equation of motion.
3.2.6 Angular momentum. . .
3.2.7 Applications: Symmetrical covers. .
3.3 Combined swing. . . .
3.3.1 An illustrative example: two connected oscillators.
3.3.2 Lagrangians and equations of motion for combined oscillations: In the general case. .
3.3.3 Solution to the EoM.
a complementary element
A.1 Energy conservation of a conservative system of N-particles. . . 100
A.2 S guesses the minimum for the actual path (for example, it is
The fixed point is always a minimum)?
A.3 Differential limitations. .
A.4 Details of Newton’s and Lagrange’s proof of the equation of motion
A.5 Some details about the dynamics of rigid bodies. .