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Are there such general equations for the non-holonomic case?

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Are there such general equations for the non-holonomic case?

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Long time without reading Landau, and I have to say that its treatment of the non-holonomic constraint seems disappointingly scarce.

In any case, I'm not looking for the Euler-Lagrange+ lagrange multipliers equations, they are in every book. Instead I'm lookinf for the final general form of the equation of motion.

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But the Lagrange equations are just a step in the final solution of the problem. They have to be solved togheter with the non-holonomic constraint equations. I know how to do it in specific examples that can be found in the standard books, but I would be surprised if no general explicit formulat exist.

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