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Hamilton's Principle?

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  • Subject: [mg8623] Hamilton's Principle?
  • From: kimjh at dyna.inha.ac.kr (Joohong Kim)
  • Date: Fri, 12 Sep 1997 04:10:37 -0400
  • Organization: System Engineering Research Institute (SERI)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Hi,

I am a graduate student. My major is mechanical engineering.
I have some problem to derive a equation of motion.
So, I decide to use Mathematica. But, I can not find the method to derive
the equation of motion from the form of the energys(Kinetic energy and
potential engery). Though, The add-on package, which is called
EulerEquations at Calculus`VariationalMethods, has a function to derive
the equation of motion, but the package does not derive the boundary
conditions. I need both the equation of motion and the boundary contions.
How to derive both the equation of motion and the boundary contions.
Please, let me know to derive the equation of motion and the boundary
contions.

Bye.

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Kim, Joohong
Vibration & Noise Control Lab. | Tel    : 82-32-860-7309
Dept. of Mechanical Eng.       | Fax    : 82-32-868-1716
Inha University                | e-mail : g9531366 at inhavision.inha.ac.kr


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