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The major obstacle in all clinical paintings needs to be the man or woman himsel[ This, one should not overlook between all these diagrams and equations. Albert Einstein This quantity is a part of a complete presentation of nonlinear sensible research, the elemental content material of which has been defined within the Preface of half I. A desk of Contents for all 5 volumes can also be present in half I. The half IV and the next half V include functions to mathematical current physics. Our targets are the subsequent: (i) a close motivation of the elemental equations in very important disciplines of theoretical physics. (ii) A dialogue of specific difficulties that have performed an important position within the improvement of physics, and during which very important mathe matical and actual perception will be won. (iii) a mixture of classical and glossy principles. (iv) An try to construct a bridge among the language and suggestions of physicists and mathematicians. Weshall constantly try and boost once attainable to the center ofthe problern into consideration and to pay attention to the elemental ideas.

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We will try to explain the close relation between the results about variational problems of Part 111 and the basic principles of mechanics. In particular, we explain the connection between Lagrange's multiplier rule and the principle ofleast constraint and the least (stationary) action. 2 a simple, but typical example: equilibrium state and motion of a balance, and its stability. Many modern expositions begin with the principle of stationary action. This principle, however, does not explicitly contain the most important physical concept-the force.

A has a number of important consequences which are not only of importance for mechanics. The following results can be extended to much more general physical situations, as we shall see in later chapters. 12 in connection with the relativistic energymomentum tensor. Energy conservation law. The basic quantity E(t) = T(t) + U(X(t)) is called total energy or simply energy of the motion at time t. The energy balance (i) means that the change of energy in time is equal to the power of the nonconservative forces.

Among all these virtual motions, the actual motion x 1 = x1(t) of the system is determined by (9). lf, in particular, we choose t 0 = t and v1 = i 1(t), then we obtain from (9) that (10) where, by definition, 1" = (ml xi + m2ii}j2, is the kinetic energy. X(t)) + V(1X(t)) = E0 , we obtain from (5) the (11) with E0 a constant which is called the total energy or simply the energy of the system. From (6) follows 20 58. Basic Equations of Point Mechanics with JJ = m1 x: comes + m 2 x~. The equation of motion for cx = cx(t) therefore be(12) with V(cx) = ßcx 2 /2 + O(cx3 ), cx-+ 0, ß > 0.