Classical mechanics Lecture 16 of 16

November 16, 2011 by M. Fabbrichesi

M. Fabbrichesi , SISSA

In this lesson the professor to study the Hamilton–Jacobi theory, specifically he focused in the periodic motion problem, for which he introduces the action-angle action-angle variables. Then he solves the Kepler problem with the help of Hamilton–Jacobi equation and the action-angle variables formulation, for solve this problem he has to use the separation of variables technique in the Hamilton–Jacobi equation. In the second part of the lecture he solves the last year (2010-2011) exam.



Lecture 8/9 | Modern Physics: Classical Mechanics (Stanford)

This lesson is mainly focused in the study of a particle in a electromagnetic field and explaining the classical Hall effect. At the end of the lesson the Poisson bracket were introduced.

Lecture 9/9 | Modern Physics: Classical Mechanics (Stanford) The lesson continues with the study of Poisson bracket. The canonical transformations
are introduced in the second part of the lecture.

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