By Donald T. Greenwood

Emphasizing studying via challenge fixing, Donald Greenwood analyzes intimately the strengths and weaknesses of varied ways to dynamics. He describes suggestions that might enhance computational potency significantly, in particular while utilized to advanced dynamical structures. A key function of his textual content is the inclusion of many confirmed examples and homework difficulties. The e-book is meant to be used in graduate classes on dynamics and should entice practising mechanical and aerospace engineers.

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215). Differential forms have wide application in the study of dynamics. 223) k=1 for the work done in an inertial Cartesian frame on a system of N particles by the Cartesian force components Fk (x). This differential form may or may not be integrable. The question of integrability is important since it relates to the existence of a potential energy function. If integrable, there exists a potential energy function of the form V (x). 4 Work, energy and momentum With the introduction of generalized coordinates and their use in specifying the kinematic constraints on dynamical systems, we need to consider an expanded, generalized view of work, energy, and momentum.

Qn , t) (k = 1, . . 198) The qs are not necessarily uniform in their dimensions. For example, the position of a particle in planar motion may be expressed by the polar coordinates (r, θ) which have differing dimensions. Thus, generalized coordinates may include common coordinate systems. However, a generalized coordinate may also be chosen such that it is not identiﬁed with any of the common coordinate systems, but represents a displacement form or shape involving several particles. In this case, the generalized coordinate is deﬁned assuming certain displacement ratios and relative directions among the particles.

243) i=1 Thus, ideal constraint forces can be ignored in calculating the virtual work of all the forces acting on a system. 244) i=1 in the general case, indicating that constraint forces can contribute to the work d W resulting from a small actual displacement. To summarize, one can ignore the constraint forces in applying virtual work methods. This advantage will carry over to equations derived using virtual work, an example being Lagrange’s equation. 10 In this example we will show how a generalized force can be calculated using virtual work.