Does anyone know where I can find some (good) solution of Goldstein's book Classical Mechanics?
I am trying to find a supplement to appendix of Cushman & Bates' book on Global aspects of Classical Integrable Systems, that is less terse and explains mechanics with Lie groups (with dual of Lie ...
Can a student with a heavy math background start learning physics with Goldstein's “Classical Mechanics”? [duplicate]
Can a student with a heavy math background start learning physics with Goldstein's "Classical Mechanics"? Or is the book too obtuse with basic physics that I need to start elsewhere?
I am taking a course called "analytical mechanics,” and I see similar courses listed as "theoretical mechanics.” I was wondering if anyone would point me to Internet sources of solved example ...
I need a very good text on field theory and it should provide good understanding of why this concept cant be ignored?I only need that text which will tell me how field theory is an integral part of ...
I'm undergraduate and I'm looking for a text about Small Oscillations in which matrices are used. Could you suggest me a book or a PDF file?
I'm trying to understand boundary layer theory in fluids. All I've found are dimensional arguments, order of magnitude arguments, etc... What I'm looking for is more mathematically sound arguments. ...
I'm a bachelor student majoring in math, and pretty interested in physics. I would like a book to study for classical mechanics, that will prepare me to work through Goldstein's Classical Mechanics. ...
I am a math grad student who would like to learn some classical mechanics. The caveat is I am not to interested in the standard coordinate approach. I can't help but think of the fields that arise in ...
I am looking for a book about "advanced" classical mechanics. By advanced I mean a book considering directly Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formulation, and also providing a firm basis in the geometrical ...