Advanced Classical Mechanics
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Welcome to the Wikiversity Advanced Classical Mechanics Learning Project, part of the School of Physics.
Project descriptionEdit
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.
LessonsEdit
- 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