Classical Physics


Energy Functions Describing Kinematical Transformations of Moving Mechanical Systems

Authors: Adem Bilgin

Kinematical transformations are expressed as time independent and time dependent functions of work and energy to be employed in motions of mechanical systems. Relations between the kinematical parameters of moving mechanical systems and energy transformations occurring in them are also considered.

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[v1] 20 Oct 2009

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