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By L. D. Landau, E. M. Lifshitz

Publish 12 months note: First released in 1976

Devoted to the basis of mechanics, specifically classical Newtonian mechanics, the topic is predicated quite often on Galileo's precept of relativity and Hamilton's precept of least motion. The exposition is straightforward and results in the main entire direct technique of fixing difficulties in mechanics.

The ultimate sections on adiabatic invariants were revised and augmented. furthermore a brief biography of L D Landau has been inserted.

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6)). Since the equations of motion for a closed system do not involve the time explicitly, the choice of the origin of time is entirely arbitrary, and one of the arbitrary constants in the solution of the equations can always be taken as an additive constant to in the time. , C25_i as functions of q and q, and these functions will be integrals of the motion. Not all integrals of the motion, however, are of equal importance in mech­ anics. There are some whose constancy is of profound significance, deriving from the fundamental homogeneity and isotropy of space and time.

2). X /77| l\ •V I I I I I I FIG. 2 SOLUTION. Using the co-ordinate x of mi and the angle between the string and the vertical, we have L , = J ( m i + m 2 ) * 2 + J w 2 ( / 2 ^ 2 + 2 ^ cos 4>)+m2glcos f PROBLEM 3. A simple pendulum of mass m whose point of support (a) moves uniformly on a vertical circle with constant frequency y (Fig. 3), (b) oscillates horizontally in the plane of motion of the pendulum according to the law x = a cos yt, (c) oscillates vertically accord­ ing to the law y = a cos yt.

It is evident from the above derivation that the component of angular momentum along an axis about which the field is symmetrical is always conserved, for the mechanical properties of the system are unaltered by any rotation about that axis. Here the angular momentum must, of course, be defined relative to an origin lying on the axis. e. one in which the potential energy depends only on the distance from some particular point (the centre). It is evident that the component of angular momentum along any axis passing through the centre is conserved in motion in such a field.

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