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Elements of Newtonian Mechanics: Including Nonlinear Dynamics(3rd,2000)  무료배송

 
지은이 : J. M. Knudsen/P. G. Hjorth
출판사 : Springer-Verlag
판수 : third edition
페이지수 : 452
ISBN : 354067652X
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This textbook provides a thorough introduction to Newtonian Mechanics and is intended for university students in physics, astronomy and engineering. It is based on a course for which Dr. Knudsen earned an award for the best teaching at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. More than 100 problems with solutions and 89 worked examples help the student to grasp the essential aspects of the subject, and to develop proficiency in using the powerful methods of Newtonian mechanics. Moreover, the fundamental problem of motion and the concept of inertial frames is faced from the very beginning, and runs through the entire development of classical mechanics. This new and fresh approach is presented in its third edition, which has been revised and enlarged.

1. The Foundation of Classical Mechanics
2. Newton's Five Laws
3. Gravitational and Inertial Mass
4. The Galilei Transformation
5. The Motion of the Earth
6. Motion in Accelerated Reference Frames
7. The Problem of Motion
8. Energy
9. The Center-of-Mass Theorem
10. The Angular Momentum Theorem
11. Rotation of a Rigid Body
12. The Laws of Motion
13. The General Motion of a Rigid Body
14. The Motion of the Planets
15. Harmonic Oscillators
16. Remarks on Nonlinearty and Chaos
Appendix. Vectors and Vector Calculus
Selected References
Answers to Problems
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I own dozens of books on the subject and this is by far my favorite. It is clearly written with a fine selection of problems. An excellent supplement to this book is THE VARIATIONAL PRINCIPLES OF MECHANICS by Lanczos. I highly recommend these two books for a firm understanding of classical mechanics. "
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This is the best book on introductory Newtonian mechanics that I've read. The examples aren't shown just for "plug-and-chug" purposes as in many others; the authors use them to further develop an idea. As such, each example is important, and there are several. Each exercise is also useful in a way that many undergraduate mechanics exercises aren't. The authors also in their prose express a passion for the subject--always appreciated, and sometimes humorous. [My favorite example is on page 359 of the paperback version. Near the top of the page, following a discussion of Newton's law of universal gravitation: "The greatest achievement in the history of man was completed."] "
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This book is very, very outdated when it comes to layout, it's way of describing things and the way formulae are treated. Very often it says stuff like "combining formulae 21 to 38 and 46 to 52 you get:" . There are very few useful explanations. Reading this book is true pain if you're counting on to teach you mechanics (had a useless lecturer and this was the recommended literature). It is slow reading through it, very little "talking" and a lot of confusion. Don't get it. There are so many other very good books on mechanics that I don't see why anyone would pick this one. "
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