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Analytical Mechanics : Translated from the Mécanique analytique, novelle édition of 1811

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概要 to the English translation of Lagrange's Mecanique Analytique Lagrange's Mecanique Analytique appeared early in 1788 almost exactly one cen tury after the publication of Newton's Principia Mathematica.... It marked the culmination of a line of research devoted to recasting Newton's synthetic, geomet ric methods in the analytic style of the Leibnizian calculus. Its sources extended well beyond the physics of central forces set forth in the Principia. Continental au thors such as Jakob Bernoulli, Daniel Bernoulli, Leonhard Euler, Alexis Clairaut and Jean d'Alembert had developed new concepts and methods to investigate problems in constrained interaction, fluid flow, elasticity, strength of materials and the operation of machines. The Mecanique Analytique was a remarkable work of compilation that became a fundamental reference for subsequent research in exact science. During the eighteenth century there was a considerable emphasis on extending the domain of analysis and algorithmic calculation, on reducing the dependence of advanced mathematics on geometrical intuition and diagrammatic aids. The analytical style that characterizes the Mecanique Analytique was evident in La grange's original derivation in 1755 of the 8-algorithm in the calculus of variations. It was expressed in his consistent attempts during the 1770s to prove theorems of mathematics and mechanics that had previously been obtained synthetically. The scope and distinctiveness of his 1788 treatise are evident if one compares it with an earlier work of similar outlook, Euler's Mechanica sive Motus Scientia Analyt 1 ice Exposita of 1736.続きを見る
目次 Section I - The Various Principles of Statics
Section II - A General Formula of Statics and its Application to the Equilibrium of an Arbitrary System of Forces
Section III - The General Properties of Equilibrium of a System of Bodies Deduced from the Preceding Formula
Section IV. A More General and Simpler Way to Use the Formula of Equilibrium Presented in Section II
Section V - The Solution of Various Problems of Statics
Section VI. The Principles of Hydrostatics
Section VII. The Equilibrium of Incompressible Fluids
Section VIII. The Equilibrium of Compressible and Elastic Fluids
Section I. The Various Principles of Dynamics
Section II. A General Formula of Dynamics for the Motion of a System of Bodies Moved by Arbitrary Forces
Section III. General Properties of Motion Deduced from the Preceding Formula
Section IV. Differential Equations for the Solution of All Problems of Dynamics
Section V. A General Method of Approximation for the Problems of Dynamics Based on the Variation of Arbitrary Constants
Section VI. The Very Small Oscillations of an Arbitrary System of Bodies
Section VII. The Motion of a System of Free Bodies Treated as Mass Points and Acted Upon by Forces of Attraction
Section VIII. The Motion of Constrained Bodies Which Interact in an Arbitrary Fashion
Section IX. Rotational Motion
Section X. The Principles of Hydrodynamics
Section XI. The Motion of Incompressible Fluids
Section XII. The Motion of Compressible And Elastic Fluids.
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