|Feb19-09, 04:02 AM||#1|
motion with constrain help!!!
how do i use the hamiltonian method to find the equation of motion of a particle of mass h constrained to move on the surface of a cylinder defined by G2+t2=u2, where u is a constant. and the particle is subject to a force directed towards the origin and proportional to the distance of the particle from the origin: F=-kr.
|Feb19-09, 04:14 PM||#2|
So, what have you tried?
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