Langrangian in non-inertial frames?


by HomogenousCow
Tags: frames, langrangian, noninertial
HomogenousCow
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Dec16-12, 09:08 AM
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I'm not entirely sure how to treat non inertial frames in the lagrangian formulation, do the normal rules still apply?
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andrien
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Dec17-12, 12:44 AM
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see here
https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q...Xp_JOjR8fXxl8g
you can always go to inertial one by considering some sort of pseudo force.
HomogenousCow
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Dec17-12, 12:48 AM
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Thanks, this might clear some things up


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