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**1) Write the lagrangian of a free particle in – a) Cartesian coordinates, b) Cylindrical Polar coordinates and c)
**

Spherical Polar coordinates in 3D and then write down the respective equation of motions. Find out the

Cyclic coordinates a*nd the corresponding conserved quantities. Note: Do compare the results of

different coordinates to get a feeling for the Angular Momentum of a free particle.

2) The Lorentz force on a charge particle of charge q in an electromagnetic field is

⃗

[

⃗⃗

⃗

⃗⃗

].

Assume that

⃗⃗

⃗⃗⃗

,

⃗⃗

⃗

. Now that the Lorentz force can be derived from a velocity

dependent potential (U) such that

*

(

̇

) (

**)+, where i=x,y,z. Find the conserved generalized
**

momentum of the dynamics and show that it is something more than just ⃗ ⃗.

3) A charge particle is moving in X-Y plane with ̇ . The potentials are given as

⃗

[̂ ̂] such that

⃗⃗

⃗⃗⃗

,

⃗⃗

⃗

.

**Find the trajectory
**

of the particle in the form x(t) and y(t) if the initial conditions are ̇ ̇

4) Assume that a Two-wheel cart of Mass M is rolling down an inclined plane without sliding. Each wheel

have mass m, radius b. The separation between the wheels is a, angle of inclination , x and y are the

Cartesian coordinate of the CM of the cart, is the angle between the Axle and the Y axis and

1

,

2

are

angles of the rotations of the two wheel along the axle. Find out the constraint equations. What is the

Degree of Freedom and what is the minimum number of quasi-generalized coordinate required to

describe the motion. Use the D’Alembert Principle in the form of Generalized Lagrange equation to find

the equation of motion.

PROBLEM SET 02: Classical Mechanics: PHYS 311; Fall 2013; 20 X 3 + 40 = 100

1) Write the lagrangian of a free particle in – a) Cartesian coordinates, b) Cylindrical Polar coordinates and c)

Spherical Polar coordinates in 3D and then write down the respective equation of motions. Find out the

Cyclic coordinates and the corresponding conserved quantities. Note: Do compare the results of different

coordinates to get a feeling for the Angular Momentum of a free particle.

2) The Lorentz force on a charge particle of charge q in an electromagnetic field is

⃗

[

⃗⃗

⃗

⃗⃗

].

Assume that

⃗⃗

⃗⃗⃗

,

⃗⃗

⃗

. Now that the Lorentz force can be derived from a velocity

dependent potential (U) such that

*

(

̇

) (

**)+, where i=x,y,z. Find the conserved generalized
**

momentum of the dynamics and show that it is something more than just ⃗ ⃗.

3) A charge particle is moving in X-Y plane with ̇ . The potentials are given as

⃗

[̂ ̂] such that

⃗⃗

⃗⃗⃗

,

⃗⃗

⃗

.

**Find the trajectory
**

of the particle in the form x(t) and y(t) if the initial conditions are ̇ ̇

4) Assume that a Two-wheel cart of Mass M is rolling down an inclined plane without sliding. Each wheel

have mass m, radius b. The separation between the wheels is a, angle of inclination , x and y are the

Cartesian coordinate of the CM of the cart, is the angle between the Axle and the Y axis and

1

,

2

are

angles of the rotations of the two wheel along the axle. Find out the constraint equations. What is the

Degree of Freedom and what is the minimum number of quasi-generalized coordinate required to

describe the motion. Use the D’Alembert Principle in the form of Generalized Lagrange equation to find

the equation of motion.

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