Dynamics Book.

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Hello, I'm looking for a good Dynamics Book. I got Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics by Andrew Pytel and Jaan Kiusalaas, but it's fairly introductional, i also got Classical Mechanics by Goldstein, which is advanced. I am looking for intermediate level.

I am looking mainly to learn the Lagrange and Hamilton Treatment, and Canonical Transformations.
 
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Dr Transport

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Look for Marion and Thorndike, Classical Dynamics. I would consider it the best text to work through before tackling Goldstein.
 

Pyrrhus

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Thanks Dr Transport, i will look into it, i was also checking out Greenwood's Advanced Dynamics.
 

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