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By Gaetano Vilasi

Textbook and monographs that includes fabric appropriate for and in accordance with a two-semester direction on analytical mechanics, differential geometry, sympletic manifolds and integrable structures. bargains with the complicated study subject of thoroughly intregable dynamics, with finitely and infinitely many levels of freedom, providing mathematical tools of theoretical physics.

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So formulated, the problem is too difficult. For the sake of simplicity, the question was first proposed for a body with a form invariant for rotation about an axis parallel to the direction of the motion (equal inertial moments in the plane orthogonal to the velocity), and only for its head to avoid the difficult problem of vortices surrounding its tail. By k i n g the length and the height of the head the problem becomes: Given two points P and Q, find the planar curve joining them and generating, by rotation around the planar normal n' at P, a revolution surface while moving parallel to 6 , that suffers the least opposition from the medium.

By considering the q’s, p’s and t as independent variables and the ZI’S as function of them, given by Eq. 3), let us add, for fixed t , the arbitrary increments dp and 6q, to q’s and p’s. In this way, the function 3t will increase by the differential of I f l ( p / q / t ) , given by On the other side+,from Eq. 6), t A s for Eq. 3), the velocities v’s are not independent variables. However, as it is well known from differential calculus, the first differential of [L],=,coincides with the differential of L transformed with V h = a h ( p / q / t ) .

I n more complicated cases, the Newtonian approach is still applicable, provided some proper precautions in the analysis of forces are observed. This force-analysis sometimes becomes cumbersome and it is dificult to give a unique answer to the problem. The analytical approach (Lagrangian or Hamiltonian) to the problem of the motion is much more powerful. According to it, for a general system of N particles, subject to k limitations, n = N - k special parameters, namely 91,. . , qn, can be found such that the equations of dynamics assume the f o r m given by Eq.

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