By J. L. Lagrange (auth.), Auguste Boissonnade, Victor N. Vagliente (eds.)
The Mécanique analytique provides a entire account of Lagrangian mechanics. during this paintings, Lagrange used the primary of digital paintings along side the Lagrangian Multiplier to unravel all difficulties of statics. For the therapy of dynamics, a 3rd inspiration needed to be further to the 1st - d'Alembert's precept - so one can improve the Lagrangian equations of movement. for that reason, Lagrange was once capable of unify the total technological know-how of mechanics utilizing in simple terms 3 suggestions and algebraic operations.
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DYNAMICS SECTION I. THE VARIOUS PRINCIPLES OF DYNAMICS . . . . . . 169 TABLE OF CONTENTS 5 SECTION II. A GENERAL FORMULA OF DYNAMICS FOR THE MOTION OF A SYSTEM OF BODIES MOVED BY ARBITRARY FORCES . . . . . 184 SECTION III. GENERAL PROPERTIES OF MOTION DEDUCED FROM THE PRECEDING FORMULA . . . . . . . . . 190 Subsection I. Properties Relative to the Center of Gravity . 190 Subsection II. Properties Relative to Areas . . . . 194 Subsection III. Properties Relative to Rotations Created by Impulsive Forces.
26 SECTION III - THE GENERAL PROPERTIES OF EQUILIBRIUM OF A SYSTEM OF BODIES DEDUCED FROM THE PRECEDING FORMULA . . . 37 Subsection I. Properties of the Equilibrium of a Free System Relative to the Motion of Translation 38 Subsection II. Properties of Equilibrium Relative to Rotational Motion . . . 40 Subsection III - The Composition of Rotational Motion And of Moments About Different Axes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Subsection IV - Properties of Equilibrium Relative to the Center of Gravity 51 Subsection V - Properties of Equilibrium Relative to Maxima and Minima .
The controversy over the Law of Rest and the Principle of Least Action is very important because in the hands of Lagrange they would lead to the creation of analytical mechanics. The significant results were obtained by Euler whose interest in this controversy was fueled by his interest in metaphysics. 51 Euler's singular result is the derivation of the Principle of Least Action from the Law of Rest. The significance of the derivation is that it provides a link between statics and dynamics and therefore, it reduces mechanics to a single principle.