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By V.I. Ferronsky, S.A. Denisik, S.V. Ferronsky

This booklet units forth and builds upon the basics of the dynamics of average structures in formulating the matter provided through Jacobi in his recognized lecture sequence "Vorlesungen tiber Dynamik" (Jacobi, 1884). within the dynamics of platforms defined through types of discrete and non-stop media, the many-body challenge is generally solved in a few approximation, or the behaviour of the medium is studied at each one aspect of the gap it occupies. Such an procedure calls for the method of equations of movement to be written when it comes to area co-ordinates and velocities, within which case the necessities of an inner observer for an in depth description of the approaches are happy. within the dynamics mentioned the following we research the time behaviour of the elemental imperative features of the actual process, i. e. the Jacobi functionality (moment of inertia) and effort (potential, kinetic and total), that are capabilities of mass density distribution, and the constitution of a procedure. This method satisfies the necessities of an exterior observer. it really is designed to unravel the matter of worldwide dynamics and the evolution of normal platforms within which the movement of the system's person parts written in house co-ordinates and velocities is of no curiosity. you will need to be aware that an necessary process is made to inner and exterior interactions of a procedure which ends up in radiation and absorption of power. This impact constitutes the fundamental actual content material of worldwide dynamics and the evolution of usual systems.

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In the theorem of moments, a function is reconstructed with the help of its moments. Here it seems that this can be done, although in the general case the solution is non-unique. However, under some sufficient conditions of the form lim n-+ oo V'l1n <00 n -- where P n is the n-th moment of function f, the solution will be unique. In this case, the problem is solved by the following procedure. At first the function 'P(t) = I ( Cit)n , n. ) I1n n=O is calculated with the help of specified moments.

15) it follows that .. ::. 16) 222 where Eo : E -Cal + a 2 + a 3 )/2m is the total energy of the system in = To + Uo ' We can now show that the value of Eo does not depend on the choice the barycentric co-ordinate system equal to Eo of the co-ordinate system. 1 = Y ml'~l" y-uii~i and v mi'i' respectively. 14). 6) one obtains or T= a 1 + a2 + a 3 2 2 2m 2 1 2m 1 1 2 +- - \' L l~i~n . 17) Here the second term on the right-hand side of Eq. 17) coincides with the expression for the kinetic energy To of a system.

The principle of least action is applied and equations for determining the co-ordinates qi are obtained. There are. of course, certain restrictions on the form of the Lagrangian. Here differential equations of an arbitrarily high order may be obtained. The type of Lagrangian. and especially the number of its arguments. are chosen from historical tradition from Kepler to Newton. who made their choice from a careful analysis of empirical observations and generalizations of their results. e. to Newton's equations, while the general nature of the principle of least action seems to be unused.

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