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Any book on many body Newtonian dynamics?

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Any book on many body Newtonian dynamics?

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Fundamentals of Multibody Dynamics: Theory and Applications. Farid Amirouche · 2007

Introduction to Many-Body Physics. Piers Coleman · 2015

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Introduction to Many-Body Physics. Piers Coleman · 2015 uses quantum.

Fundamentals of Multibody Dynamics: Theory and Applications. Farid Amirouche · 2007

Introduction to Many-Body Physics. Piers Coleman · 2015

Fundamentals of Multibody Dynamics: Theory and Applications. Farid Amirouche · 2007 discusses rigid bodies. I actually look for those for point masses.

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Thanks. Preferably books less analytical.

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I knew you will say that.Preferably books less mathematical

Many body classical mechanics can be treated either by rigorous mathematical theorems or by numerical integration of the equations of motion. If you want something in between, that might not exist.

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I want sth more physical or numerical, but not too analytical.I knew you will say that.

Many body classical mechanics can be treated either by rigorous mathematical theorems or by numerical integration of the equations of motion. If you want something in between, that might not exist.

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anyone?I want sth more physical or numerical, but not too analytical.

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Howard Curtis's Orbital Mechanics for Engineering Students could be what you are looking for.I want sth more physical or numerical, but not too analytical.

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excellent thanks, though books with results involving many bodies will be better as your one contains results for at most 3Howard Curtis's Orbital Mechanics for Engineering Students could be what you are looking for.

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You might look in the molecular dynamics literature. Most of it uses classical fields/forces.

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https://www.ias.edu/ids/~piet/act/comp

http://www.manybody.org/

Search for;

The Art of Computational Science. The Kali Code. = 25 volumes of documentation.

The Art of Computational Science. The Maya Open Lab Development Series.

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Is it a rocket science?Howard Curtis's Orbital Mechanics for Engineering Students could be what you are looking for.

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