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Mechanics Lecture Notes by Masahiro Morii

Mechanics Lecture Notes by Masahiro Morii

This note covers the following topics: Elemantary Principles, Lagrange's Equations, Hamilton's Principle, Central Force - Kepler Problem, Rigid Body Motion and Kinematics, Oscillations, Special Relativity, Hamiltonian Equations, Canonical Transformations, Continuous Systems and Fields, Relativistic Field Theory.

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