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## PHYS608

by: Dr. Carissa Rowe

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# PHYS608 PHYS608

Dr. Carissa Rowe
SDSU
GPA 3.97

M.Bromley

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Lecture 2 Outline Restating the obvious 0 Work and gradients of Potentials Sections 11 12 o Constraints and Generalised Coordinates Section 13 0 Some examples Recap 0 Conservation of total linear momentum given 17 26 0 assumes weak law of action and reaction is valid for internal forces Fm Fjl 0 Conservation of total angular momentum given external Torque A71 0 requires that strong law ie central internal forces Fl F a 77 77 aft J 31 l j lj Single Particle Work De nition Work done by an external Force upon 2 particle between points 1 and 2 is W12 Fd 1 eg d dx dy dz Udt and 13 Fag7 Fy F2 so 1305 dex Fydy dez and thus dz m d 77102 dS m dt 11gt dt 2 dtv dt 2 constant mass and dt v11 div vdt 2d 11 771013 11 T2 T1 in terms of kinetic energy W12 Conservatives and Friction 0 De nition A force eld is conservative if W12 is the same for all paths ie 5612 1305 0 0 De nition A dissipative force eg friction strictly has 13d gt 0 thus 56f 13d gt 0 Single Particle Potential I o For W12 to be independent of path a necessary and suf cient condition is that 13 VF 0 ie the gradient of some scalar function best seen as 2 2 W12 Fd VVd 1 1 2 V 2 a V0l93 V0lg7L3 0lz dVV1 V2 1 3x 33 dz 1 0 Thus W12 V1 V2 T2 T1 and T V is conserved o This is assuming that V07 is constant in time Single Particle Potential II c To be able to express 13 VF the necessary and suf cient condition is really that the curl 6 X 13 6 0 Note also that the zero value of V07 is arbitrary and 8V 8V 8V 8V Fd d d d F 8 3x x3y y3z z 38gtds sds System of Particles Doing Work I 0 Consider all forces on each particle W12 f12 0 Where 1 and 2 denote con gurations Cg the total work 2 2 dv 2 1 W12 Eds mid tZ Zdt d 5mm i i 1 Z 1 1 c From equations of motion E ml 0 total work done is just the change in total kinetic energy 1 1 1 1 2 T E mwivi E 2 1 2 W12 d T2 T1 1 1 1 System of Particles Doing Work II 0 Further consider total kinetic energy T 7711171471 0 we also want the energy equations of the centre of mass 1 1 1 T E nil17 mum 17 5M1 E nilum 1 1 d E 7711112 E mivil2 0 Now the force on each particle 7 16 Zj so W12 ff Reds 392 2m ff 0 Assuming the external forces 17 16 V f iVi Wie2Z12F d ZA261Wd 2 ZWE Internal Forces and Work 0 Work so far W12 ff 0 Assuming that the internal forces are conservative ie that both and 17 17 depends on the interparticle separation a mm wa m am iii 6in jvm Fh Where ViW l Fjl 737 0 ie satisfy the strong law of action and reaction 0 if Vij depended on other vectors eg instrinsic angular momentum forces might not be along Energy Conservation System of Particles 0 Consider the pairwise interaction terms of j ff fixUda jvmdgj figMs o where 617 is the gradient with respect to 7 o and d j df df j gt d3 d j dis g thus 2 2 2 1 1 Z Fjidsi Z Visz39jdmj Z de39j m 1 m 1 m 1 0 Factor of two since we have summation over 239 j and ji o Sotota1 energy T V is conserved 2 1 2 W12 Z1 ij1Vg V1 ETg Tl i 39J o and total potential energy V Vl Vij Rigid Body System of particle Where the distances are xed and cannot vary with time The vectors d j must be perpendicular to 77m Thus the internal forces do no work ijlijd j Rigid bodies have constant internal potential energy 1 V E Z Vij constant M Constraints To solve mechanics problems just equation of motion OFF mi dt2 Fie LZFJ i j holonomic constraints are those that can be written f771772t 0 eg the rigid body has cm 0 First problem Constraints couple 772 s and diff eqn s but usually there are nonholonomic constraints Second problem Forces of constraints are unknowns eg usually speci ed by effect on motion Generalised Coordinates With no constraints N particles 3N Cartesian co ords With constraints is eqns 771772 t 0 leaves 3N 16 degrees of freedom Introduce indep variables q1q2 q3Nk eg 2 D double pendulum has 4 co ords 2 variables 0 Useful in systems Without constraints eg 7 6 gb Constraints Vertical Disk nonholonomic Constraints Pendulum holonomic

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