Advanced Classical Mechanics
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Welcome to the Wikiversity Advanced Classical Mechanics Learning Project, part of the School of Physics.
Project description[edit | edit source]
This Wikiversity project is for development of learning resources concerned with finding and solving the equations of motion of a system with constraints. These resources help students learn electrodynamics and general relativity, and they are also provided with a powerful (but not so easy) route to quantum mechanics.
Lessons[edit | edit source]
- Introduction
- Linear Motion
- Energy and Angular Momentum
- Many-Particle Systems
- Compound ballistic pendulum with spinning ball
- Constraints and Lagrange's Equations
- Solving Problems
- The Principle of Least Action
- Conservative Systems
- Dissipative Forces
- Central Forces
- Rigid Bodies
- Small Oscillations and Perturbed Motion
- Continuum Mechanics
- Hamilton's Equations
- The Eikonal Approximation and Classical Particle Motion
- Poisson Brackets
- Phase Space
- Liouville's theorem