5 edition of **Classical mechanics** found in the catalog.

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Published
**1965** by Methuen in London] .

Written in English

- Mechanics, Analytic.

**Edition Notes**

Bibliography: p. 148-150.

Statement | [by] J.W. Leech. |

Series | Science paperbacks,, 8, Science paperbacks ;, 8. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA805 .L42 1965 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | ix, 153 p. |

Number of Pages | 153 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL5570351M |

LC Control Number | 67078174 |

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Ratiu - SpringerThis volume contains much of the basic theory of mechanics and should prove to be a useful foundation for further, as well as more specialized topics. Landau, E. In that case, General relativity GR becomes applicable. A particular highlight is Classical mechanics book chapter on chaos, which focuses on a fewsimple systems, to give a truly comprehensible introduction to theconcepts that we hear so much about. Loney - Cambridge University PressThis little book is of a strictly elementary character, and is intended for the use of students whose knowledge of Geometry and Algebra is not presumed to extend beyond the first two Books of Euclid and the solution of simple Quadratic Equations. In making the present revision we have drastically cut down on the amount of historical and more discursive material.

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Hand, J. Similarly, and also in the 16th century, celestial mechanics was shown to have extremely strong ties to mathematics. Calculus is freely used from the outset.

The coverage of material includes some unusual topics in variational techniques and deterministic chaos. In case that objects become extremely heavy i. Adopted by more than colleges anduniversities in the USA and Canada and translated into six languages, Taylor's Classical Mechanics isa thorough and very readable introduction to a subject that is four hundredyears old but as exciting today as ever.

He is a researcher of international standing in the field of elasticity, and has held visiting positions at New York University, the University of British Columbia, and the University of Washington.

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