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Physics 115

Spring 2017

Exercise Set #6

due online Tuesday, May 23 at 1:30 PM

For this exercise we will follow the discussion of the energy levels in Chapter 9.2.2

and 9.3.

(a) Start by assuming the finite square well with depth 83 MeV and radius 2 fm,

as in Eqn. 9.5. Use the mass of the proton, as in Eqn. 9.8. Use the Numerov

method to solve for the allowed energies in the well.

(b) Plot the allowed wave functions on the same figure as the potential, as in Fig-

ure 9.1. (You will have to scale one of them to make them both fit.) Draw a

horizontal line to represent each of the allowed energies.

(c) Check to see how the bound-state energies change when the radius of the well

changes. Start by increasing the radius by a factor of 2.

The Pythagorean version of the Euler 3-body problem has 3 masses at the corners

of a 3-4-5 right triangle. The force on each mass mi is the sum of gravitational forces

from the other masses.

~r − ~r j

~Fi = − G ∑ mi m j i

~ri − ~r j 3

j 6 =i

With units arranged so that G = 4π, the masses have values m A = 3, m B = 4, and

mC = 5, and they are at rest at t = 0 as shown in the figure.

(a) Find the motion of the system over the interval t = 0 to t = 1. (If you have

time, try to use the animation functions.)

(b) A new, stable solution for the equal-mass 3-body problem was discovered in

2000 by Prof. R. Montgomery (UCSC) and A. Chenciner 1 . Find the motion of

the 3-body system with all 3 masses set to m = 1 and initial conditions given

by the table:

1 Ann. Math. 152: 881-901

1

A (0,4)

B (-3,0) C (0,0)

Mass x y vx vy

A 3.3030197 -0.82771837 1.587433767 1.47221479

B -3.3030197 0.82771837 1.587433767 1.47221479

C 0.0000000 0.00000000 -3.174867535 -2.94442961

(c) Check the stability of the “figure-eight” orbit by changing the initial conditions

slightly and checking the orbit again.

3. Finite-difference Discretization

method:

00 (1− t ) x +1

x = (1+ t )2

x (0) = 1

x (1) = 0.5

1

Compare your answer to the exact solution x = 1+ t .

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