The book clearly and concisely explains the basic principles of Lagrangian dynamicsand provides training in the actual physical and mathematical techniques of applying Lagrange's equations, laying the foundation for a later study of topics that bridge the gap between classical and quantum physics, engineering, chemistry and applied mathematics, and for practicing scientists and engineers.Ax = a(R + y sin 92)a#39;9a#39;x a 29x92y cosAl2 A, = -(R + y sin e2)a#39;e\ sin e2 - i\y (1) Az = (R + y sin t2)i\ cos e2 a 92y Hence equations (9.2) become ~M[(R + ... Assuming 9X a known function of time, how can Tz, fx, fy, fz be found as functions of time? ... Considering body-fixed axes as shown, uz, ay, az are as given on the diagram.
|Title||:||Schaum's Outline of Lagrangian Dynamics|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Education - 1967-06-22|