Mechanics : an intensive course
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Mechanics : an intensive course
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 Mechanics : an intensive course
 Title remainder
 an intensive course
 Statement of responsibility
 Masud Chaichian, Ioan Merches, Anca Tureanu
 Subject

 Dynamics
 Mathematics
 Astronomie
 Physique
 Mechanics
 Mechanics
 Dynamics
 Dynamics
 Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering
 Dynamics
 Mechanics
 Mechanics
 Applications of Mathematics
 Appl. Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering
 Electronic resources
 Mathematical physics
 Mechanics
 Mechanics
 Engineering mathematics
 Physics
 Mathematical Methods in Physics
 Mechanics
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 Mechanics is one of the oldest and at the same time newest disciplines, in the sense that there are methods and principles developed first in mechanics but now widely used in almost all branches of physics: electrodynamics, quantum mechanics, classical and quantum field theory, special and general theory of relativity, etc. More than that, there are some formalisms like Lagrangian and Hamiltonian approaches, which represent the key stone for the development of the abovementioned disciplines. During the last 2025 years, classical mechanics has undergone an important revival associated with the progress in nonlinear dynamics, applications of Noether’s theorem and the extension of variational principles in various interdisciplinary sciences (for instance, magnetofluid dynamics). Thus, there ought to exist a book concerned with the applied analytical formalism, first developed in the frame of theoretical mechanics, which has proved to be one of the most efficient tools of investigation in the entire arena of science. The present book is an outcome of the authors’ teaching experience over many years in different countries and for different students studying diverse fields of physics. The book is intended for students at the level of undergraduate and graduate studies in physics, engineering, astronomy, applied mathematics and for researchers working in related subjects. We hope that the original presentation and the distribution of the topics, the various applications in many branches of physics and the set of more than 100 proposed problems, shall make this book a comprehensive and useful tool for students and researchers
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 GW5XE
 Image bit depth
 0
 LC call number
 QC125.2
 LC item number
 .C43 2012
 Literary form
 non fiction
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