Checklist

Certification

You will get a certificate on completing this course.

University

The course is not from a very prestigious university.

Price

This course costs very less.

Difficulty

66% of the students have found this course easy.

Content

90% of the students have liked the content of this course.

Teaching

96% of the students have liked how the instructor has taught this course.

Satisfaction

92% of the students are overall satisfied with this course.

Theoretical Mechanics

Course by
SwayamCourses from Swayam
Certificate awarded
For Rs. 1000
Intermediate

Limited Time Discount Offers

Save your money with Edvicer. Check out our premium courses with discount offers.

Discount offers - Edvicer

Limited Time Discount Offers

Save your money with Edvicer. Check out our premium courses with discount offers.

Map your Career

Not sure which job profiles this course will open for you? Check out our AI based tool to get a complete personalized career map.

Career Mapper - Edvicer

Map your Career

Not sure which job profiles this course will open for you? Check out our AI based tool to get a complete personalized career map.

Checklist

Certification

You will get a certificate on completing this course.

University

The course is not from a very prestigious university.

Price

This course costs very less.

Difficulty

66% of the students have found this course easy.

Content

90% of the students have liked the content of this course.

Teaching

96% of the students have liked how the instructor has taught this course.

Satisfaction

92% of the students are overall satisfied with this course.

Theoretical Mechan ...

Why should you choose this course?

Description

This course focuses on analytical aspects of classical mechanics and is targeted towards the audience who are interested in pursuing research in Physics. Various formulations of mechanics, like the Lagrangian formulation, the Hamiltonian formulation, the Poisson bracket formulation will be taught in the course. The course also introduces the mechanics of continuous systems and fields.

INTENDED AUDIENCE: First year of MSc or 2nd and 3rd year of BE/BTech in Engg Physics
PREREQUISITES: Introduction to Newtonian Mechanics is desired.

Syllabus

COURSE LAYOUTWeek 1: Motion and Constraints, Generalized Coordinates, D’Alembert’s Principle of Virtual WorkWeek 2: Variational Calculus, Hamilton’s Principle, Lagrangian Formulation.Week 3: Application of Lagrangian Formulation, Configuration Space and Phase Space.Week 4: Hamilton’s Equations of MotionWeek 5: Cannonical Transformations, Cannonical invariants, Symplectic Approach to CT.Week 6: Poisson Bracket Formulation, Symmetry groups of Mechanical Systems, Liouville’s TheoremWeek 7: Hamilton Jacobi Theory, Hamilton’s Principal Fucntion, Action-Angle variables.Week 8: Lagrangian and Hamiltonian Formulation for Continuous Systems and Fields.Week 9: CanonicalTransformationsWeek 10: Poisson Bracket FormulationWeek 11: Hamilton-jacobi TheoryWeek 12: Chaos

What others say about this course

Reviews from Youtube

how to download ppt?

I"m waiting 4 ur reply ...Kindly reply me soon ....

Sir why you use" p "at last rather at 1st u use "q " .... when u write value of gradient w.r.t eta of u function in column matrix...kindly tell me I "ll b thankfull to u

Thank you so much for detailed lectures, it really helped me a lot in these lockdown days, i'm following 2 lectures every day, and these are amazing, having these lectures alongside Goldstien, is reall  Read More ...

Hi dear, i want to know how you are writing on computer, i want to do it too, hopefully you will guide me, I will be grateful for your cooperation and help.

Show more reviews

Write your review of Theoretical Mechanics

Facebook account of EdvicerLinkedin account of EdvicerInstagram account of Edvicer
Twitter account of EdvicerPinterest account of EdvicerYoutube account of Edvicer