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26) (b) The conservative force field F is rotation-free, ∇× F (r) = 0. 27) (c) The line integral over the conservative force F is independent of the path C (dependent only upon the initial and final point of the path C), F (r) · dr independent of C. 28) C (d) The closed line integral over the conservative force F vanishes, F (r) · dr = 0 for all closed paths. 26) F · dr = − ∇V · dr = − dV C with the last integral depending only upon boundary points. Comment: Possibly, the condition (b) is not defined everywhere; for example, the force field of a point mass or of a point charge at their respective positions is not defined.

1 Definitions Definition 9. (for a single particle, characterized by the index i): mi ri pi = mi r˙ i l i = r i × pi Fi Ti = 12 mi r˙ 2i the mass of the particle; the coordinate (the position) of the particle; the momentum of the particle; the angular momentum of the particle with respect to the origin (at r = 0) the force acting on the particle; kinetic (translational22 ) energy23 of the particle. Definition 10. (for a system of N particles): The sums are understood as total mass ≡ N i=1 M= mi 1 M center of mass R= total momentum P = pi = total angular momentum L= li = E= 1 2mi internal total energy mi r i ˙ mi r˙ i = M R r i × pi p2i + 1 2 ij Vij (conservative systems) 22 23 Extended particles have also rotational energy in addition to the translational energy, see Chap.

261 with c = −1 and Δ = −4ϕ20 from the extremely voluminous tables in [11]. In order to perform one integration one needs one initial condition. 38 2 Newtonian Mechanics: First Applications K(z) p/2 0 0 z 1 Fig. 5. Graphical representation of K(z); see also [10], p. 592 with ω02 = l/g. From this one obtains by solving for ϕ ϕ = ϕ0 sin(ω0 t). 7) was to be demonstrated. 6 * Example: Plane Pendulum with Large Amplitude As an example, the plane pendulum shall be considered again, but now for displacements which are not necessarily small; the pendulum is assumed to oscillate, but not to rotate.

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