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  Wikinfo | Classical mechanics
In particular, classical nonrelativistic electrodynamics predicts that the speed of light is a constant relative to an aether medium, a prediction that is difficult to reconcile with classical mechanics and which led to the development of special relativity.
When combined with classical thermodynamics, classical mechanics leads to the Gibbs paradox in which entropy is not a well-defined quantity and to the ultraviolet catastrophe in which a flbody is predicted to emit infinite amounts of energy.
Edmund Halley -- List of equations in classical mechanics
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 Classical mechanics Summary
Classical mechanics is a branch of physics which studies the deterministic motion of objects.
In physics, classical mechanics is one of the two major sub-fields of study in the science of mechanics, which is concerned with the set of physical laws governing and mathematically describing the motions of bodies and aggregates of bodies.
Classical mechanics is used to describe the motion of macroscopic objects, from projectiles to parts of machinery, as well as astronomical objects, such as spacecraft, planets, stars, and galaxies, and even microscopic objects such as large molecules.
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 Classical mechanics - Article from FactBug.org - the fast Wikipedia mirror site   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Classical mechanics is used to describe the motion of human-sized objects, from projectiles to parts of machinery, as well as astronomical objects, such as spacecraft, planets, stars, and galaxies, and even microscopic objects such as large molecules.
When combined with classical thermodynamics, classical mechanics leads to the Gibbs paradox in which entropy is not a well-defined quantity and to the ultraviolet catastrophe in which a fl body is predicted to emit infinite amounts of energy.
Edmund Halley - List of equations in classical mechanics
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 PlanetMath: Quantization
It should be emphasized the result of quantization is not unique; in fact, methods of quantization usually possess inherent ambiguities, in the sense that, while performing quantization, one usually must make choices at certain points of the process.
In classical mechanics, one studies the time-evolution of a classical system.
Equation (1) is equivalent to the Hamilton equations.
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 List of reference tables
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 PHYS - Physics and Astronomy
The Schrodinger equation is solved for simple cases such as free-particle motion, the simple harmonic oscillator and the hydrogen atom, with a basic treatment of angular momemtum.
Schrodinger equation is solved for simple cases such as free-particle motion, the simple harmonic oscillator, and the hydrogen atom, with a basic treatment of angular momentum.
PHYS 813 Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics 3 Review of equilibrium thermodynamics and probability theory; kinetic theory including the Boltzmann equation and an introduction to fluid mechanics, Gibbsian ensemble theory in classical and quantum statistical mechanics, the ideal Bose and Fermi gases with elementary applications, the statistical aspects of light, electrical noise and irreversible thermodynamics.
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Classical background, observables and operators, representations, symmetry and conservation laws, one and two dimensional problems, philosophical issues.
Brief review of Schrodinger equation; elements of scattering theory, phase shift analysis, and Born approximation; operators, matrices, angular momentum and spin; basic semi-classical, perturbation, and variational techniques; exchange and symmetry effects; atomic spectra and electromagnetic transitions; diverse applications; introduction to second quantization; mathematical complements.
Contemporary and classical mathematics to complement basic graduate courses, particularly series, series solutions of differential equations, Fourier series and integral transformations, complex variables, and special functions.
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This group theoretical explanation accounts for many other quite different laws of physics, such as the time independent Schrodinger equation, Hamilton's equations in classical mechanics, Lorentz's equation for the motion of a charged particle in an electromagnetic field, and the motion of a classical particle in the presence of a Yang-Mills field.
All of these equations are "passive" in the sense that we consider as valid the approximation wherein the 'particle" has no effect on the "field".
But these equations are, in fact, closely associated (as necessary conditions) to "field equations" which determine the field from its sources.
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 Graduate Math Courses
Theory and applications of quasi-linear and linear equations of first order, including systems, higher order linear and non-linear equations, including classical methods of solutions of the wave, heat and potential equations, Green’s function, similarity solutions, variational techniques, etc. Prerequisite: Mathematics 180, or 115, or permission of the instructor.
Problems studied in this way include the most naturally formulated as integral equations over relatively high dimensional phase spaces, as well as those in which estimates of integrals of functions of a large number of variables are sought.
Derivation and methods for solution of model equations, heat conduction problems, simple random walk processes, simplification of model equations, dimensional analysis and scaling, perturbation theory, and a discussion of self-contained modular units that illustrate the principle modeling ideas.
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 Statistical mechanics Summary
Statistical mechanics is the application of statistics, which includes mathematical tools for dealing with large populations, to the field of mechanics, which is concerned with the motion of particles or objects when subjected to a force.
One of the reasons however that scientists were interested in their study is that the equations governing the behaviour of a polymer chain were independent of the chain chemistry.
From the diffusion equation it can be shown that the distance a diffusing particle moves in a media is proportional to the root of the time the system has been diffusing for, where the proportionality constant is the root of the diffusion constant.
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 Navier-Stokes Equations: Miscellaneous Books in Fluid Mechanics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
While the rest of this section of the site has listed books which I believe provide the fundamentals of fluid mechanics, on the present page I'll list a few books which either don't fit in the main categories I used or which are just quirky or interesting.
The equations are provided in index notation, vector notation, general orthogonal curvilinear coordinates and the usual special cases of polar and spherical coordinates.
Although the equations contained in Hughes and Gaylord's book can be found elsewhere and one could quibble with a few details, I think that the book symbolizes what a classical mechanics education ought to look like.
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 Classical Kinetic Theory of Gases: A Crash Review
The classical kinetic theory of gases is usually covered in a basic chemistry class.
Integrate the right-hand side on v from the lower bound of the classical velocity to the upper bound of the classical velocity in question.
The general technique is to notice that when the volume of a gas increases at constant pressure [say, in an effectively friction-free gas-tight piston], the work done by an increase in volume dV is P dV.
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 The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences
Thus, classical mechanics, which is the best known prototype of a physical theory, gives the second derivatives of the positional coordinates of all bodies, on the basis of the knowledge of the positions, etc., of these bodies.
Indeed, they say "if the mechanics as here proposed should already be correct in its essential traits." As a matter of fact, the first application of their mechanics to a realistic problem, that of the hydrogen atom, was given several months later, by Pauli.
Heisenberg's rules presupposed that the classical equations of motion had solutions with certain periodicity properties; and the equations of motion of the two electrons of the helium atom, or of the even greater number of electrons of heavier atoms, simply do not have these properties, so that Heisenberg's rules cannot be applied to these cases.
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 Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics
Classical and contemporary topics in aeroelasticity; general introduction to aeroelastic phenomena, including flutter, divergence, control reversal, and flexibility effects on stability and control; aeroelastic tailoring; active control concepts; unsteady aerodynamic theories for lifting surfaces and bodies; aeroelastic system identification, including nonlinear systems (theory and laboratory applications).
Constitutive equations; micromechanical and macromechanical behavior of laminae; strength and stiffness in tension and compression, theory of laminated plates; strength of laminates; delamination.
Spacecraft equations of motion; linearization and stability, classical control methods; digital and sampled data systems; multivariable control; attitude determination and control; momentum management, coupled modes; and case studies in satellite control.
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 ScienceDaily: Complicating In Order To Simplify: New Twist In Classical Mechanics Finds Way Around 225-year-old Paradox
Lagrangian matrices are used in quantum mechanics as well as classical mechanics, and in 1964, quantum physicist Paul Dirac made a breakthrough.
They state in their paper that "the general, explicit equation of motion obtained in this paper that is applicable to systems with singular mass matrices with general, holonomic and nonholonomic constraints that may or may not be ideal, appears to be first of a kind in classical mechanics."
Mechanical engineering -- Mechanical engineering is a very broad field of engineering that involves the application of physical principles for analysis, design, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical...
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List of countries involved in World War II
In a household, clothes hangers are the single one item that you own the most of, yet no one can name even one brand?
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 The Math Forum - Math Library - Fluid Mechanics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Mechanics and materials topics: stress/strain, Mohr's circle, Hooke's law, Young's modulus, Rosette strain gage, and principal stress calculation.
The Kadomtsev-Petviashvili equation approximates the slow evolution of gravity-induced waves of moderate amplitude on shallow water of uniform depth when the waves are nearly one-dimensional.
A comprehensive, web-based source of the Navier-Stokes equations and associated boundary and jump conditions which govern the motion of all gases and liquids.
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 PhilSci Archive - Subject: Quantum Mechanics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Allori, Valia and Goldstein, Sheldon and Tumulka, Roderich and Zanghi, Nino (2006) On the Common Structure of Bohmian Mechanics and the Ghirardi-Rimini-Weber Theory.
Castagnino, Mario and Gadella, Manuel and Lombardi, Olimpia (2005) Time-reversal invariance and irreversibility in time-asymmetric quantum mechanics.
Berkovitz, Joseph and Hemmo, Meir (2004) Modal Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics and Relativity: A Reconsideration.
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 Quantum Mechanics Examples
The aim of quantum mechanics is to calculate this range of possible particle positions and the relative probability of those positions.
In classical mechanics if we say that the particle has a position of 100±1, we mean that the particle has a position in the range: 99-101, we're just not sure where.
In quantum mechanics the topic is the motion of an electron under the influence of the electrostatic attractive force of the nucleus...atomic physics.
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 TEXTBOOKS, LECTURE NOTES AND TUTORIALS IN MATHEMATICS
Lectures on analytic differential equations by Yulij Ilyashenko and Sergei Yakovenko
Mechanism of the Heavens (1831), by Mary Somerville.
Classical electrodynamics and theory of relativity by Ruslan Sharipov
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 CHEG - Chemical Engineering
CHEG 341 Fluid Mechanics 3 Theory of flow of incompressible viscous and nonviscous fluids; flow of non-Newtonian fluids; empirical correlations for laminar and turbulent flow; and applications in chemical processing.
The use of ordinary and partial differential equations and of difference equations in fluid flow, heat transfer, diffusion and other unit operations.
CHEG 830 Fluid Mechanics 3 Use of field equations of motion and a variety of constitutive assumptions to solve problems involving both laminar and turbulent flows.
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 2. Some Basic Ideas about Quantum Mechanics
Until the closing decades of the last century the physical world, as studied by experiment, could be explained according to the principles of classical (or Newtonian) mechanics: the physics of everyday life.
The information concerning environment is in the form of the potential which would be experienced by the particle according to classical mechanics (if you are unfamiliar with the classical concept of potential an explanation is available).
These special solutions of the time-dependent Schrodinger equation turn out to be the energy eigenfunctions, and can be written as a time-independent factor multiplied by a sinusoidal time-dependent factor related to the energy (in fact the frequency of the sine wave is given by the relation E=h*frequency).
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Classical mechanics
In addition to relying on absolute time, classical mechanics uses Euclidean geometry.
Since the end of the 20th century, the place of classical mechanics in physics has been no longer that of an independent theory.
Along with classical electromagnetism, it has become embedded in relativistic quantum mechanics or quantum field theory.
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 PlanetMath: Hamilton equations
The Hamilton equations are a formulation of the equations of motion in classical mechanics.
(Note that other authors may have different sign convention.) Then Hamilton's equations are the equations for the flow of the vector field
This is version 5 of Hamilton equations, born on 2004-10-24, modified 2005-11-09.
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 MSU Online Catalog - Engineering Mechanics Courses
-- Solid and fluid mechanics, laws of vector and tensor transformations, vector and tensor calculus using cartesian tensors, theory of deformation, principles of thermodynamics, constitutive equations for elastic solids and viscous fluids.
Large deformation theory, constitutive equations for nonlinear solids and fluids.
Application to the classical equations of fluid, solid, and thermal mechanics.
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 Quantum Mechanics and its Paradox
He intended to prove that nature cannot be explained in a rational way but requires the probabilistic interpretation of quantum mechanics because he claims the impossibility of giving a realistic interpretation to the experiment.
A classical apparatus is described here, giving results identical to the ones supposedly requiring a quantum interpretation.
A real classical solution to the challenge can be guaranteed only if one gives a complete detailed physical description of the apparatus.
www.newtonphysics.on.ca /Uncertainty/Uncertainty.html   (2810 words)

  
 Trent Math Courses
The Heat equation, Wave equation, Laplace equation, and Poisson equation in one, two, and three dimensions, in Cartesian, Polar, and Spherical coordinates.
This equation says the ink will diffuse from regions of high concentration to regions of low concentration until it is uniformly distributed throughout the pan.
Applied mathematics as found in the classical mechanics of particles, rigid bodies and continuous media.
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 Simple derivation of Newtonian mechanics from the principle of least action
(2a) and the classical expression for the kinetic
The contents of this article were taught by the first author as a special topic in a semester quantum mechanics course developed after Taylor's course (Ref. 8) for future teachers of physics at the Faculty of Science, P. Safarik University, Kosice, Slovakia.
L. Landau and E. Lifshitz, The Classical Theory of Fields (Pergamon, New York, 1975), Chap.
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