D'alembert principle

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Well,most of You know this principle,
I just know 1 part of his work, which is that there is a force in an accelerated frame on a mass that equals MA and is in the opposite direction.
so I have a question, is the force(fictitious or not) used in the accelerated frame ,conservative or not conservative?

Thanks :D
 

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The only condition AFAIK for D'Alembert principle is that the constraint forces should be workless.
 
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Ow,but the force acts on they body(in the accelerating frame ) and say a body moves, so no work was done on him?
 

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