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Question number: 1
» Classical Mechanics » System of Particles » Generalised Coordinates and Momenta
Appeared in Year: 2012
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Using D’ Alembert’s principle, show that the following relation can be obtained for a system of particles under generalized coordinates,
What is the significance of ? (Paper1) (section – A)
Explanation
 The mathematical statement of D’ Alembert’s principle is given as,
 Transform D’ Alembert’s principle into expressions containing independent generalized coordinates only.
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Question number: 2
» Classical Mechanics » System of Particles » Cyclic Coordinates
Appeared in Year: 2012
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Express Lagrange’s equation of motion for the cyclic coordinate and show that the result leads to the general conservation theorem for the generalized momentum coordinates. (Paper  1) (Section – A)
Question number: 3
» Classical Mechanics » System of Particles » Generalised Coordinates and Momenta
Appeared in Year: 2012
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Starting with Newton’s second law of motion, establish D’ Alembert’s principle and discuss its significance? (Paper1) (Section –A)
Explanation

Let consider a system described by generalized coordinates . And this system undergoes a certain displacement in configuration space. If for this displacement it does not take any time and it is consistent with the… (416 more words) …
Question number: 4
» Classical Mechanics » System of Particles » Constraints
Appeared in Year: 2010
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How can one introduce the constraints of motion through the concept of generalized coordinate systems? Write down the set of transformation equations for a system of particles relating the generalized coordinates with real coordinates. (Section A)
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In mechanics, mostly problems can be reduced by solving differential equation, which consist of all the forces acting on a system. A such equation is given by,
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