2 edition of **Geometry of nonholonomically constrained systems** found in the catalog.

Geometry of nonholonomically constrained systems

Richard H. Cushman

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- 22 Currently reading

Published
**2009**
by World Scientific in New Jersey
.

Written in English

- Nonholonomic dynamical systems,
- Geometry, Differential,
- Rigidity (Geometry),
- Caratheodory measure

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statement | by Richard H. Cushman, Jędrzej Śniatycki & Hans Duistermaat. |

Series | Advanced series in nonlinear dynamics -- v. 26 |

Contributions | Śniatycki, Jędrzej., Duistermaat, Hans. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA614.833 .C87 2009 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | p. cm. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL23712183M |

ISBN 10 | 9814289485 |

ISBN 10 | 9789814289481 |

LC Control Number | 2009024384 |

The following example was formulated in [Mar95] in the context of nonholonomically constrained systems. In that work the author found an equilibrium that exhibits asymptotically stable behavior. Author: Charles-Michel Marle. This book gives a complete global geometric description of the motion of the two di mensional hannonic oscillator, the Kepler problem, the Euler top, the spherical pendulum and the Lagrange top. These classical integrable Hamiltonian systems one sees treated in almost every physics book on classical mechanics. So why is this book necessary? The answer is that the standard treatments are not.

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This book gives a modern differential geometric treatment of linearly nonholonomically constrained systems. It discusses in detail what is meant by symmetry of such a system and gives a general theory of how to reduce such a symmetry using the concept of a differential space and the almost Poisson bracket structure of its algebra of smooth functions.

This book gives a modern differential geometric treatment of linearly nonholonomically constrained systems. It discusses in detail what is meant by symmetry of such a system and gives a general theory of how to reduce such a symmetry using the concept of a differential space and the almost Poisson bracket structure of its algebra of smooth functions.

"This book gives a modern differential geometric treatment of linearly nonholonomically constrained systems. It discusses in detail what is meant by symmetry of such a system and gives a general theory of how to reduce such a symmetry using the concept of a differential space and the almost Poisson bracket structure of its algebra of smooth functions.

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This title discusses what is meant by symmetry of such a system and gives a general theory of how to reduce such a symmetry using the concept of a differential space and the Poisson bracket structure of its algebra of smooth functions. and the snakeboard. A classical reference for nonholonomic systems is the book by Ne mark and Fufaev [3].

Since the second half of last century, tools and techniques from di erential geometry (Riemann geometry, contact geometry, symplectic and Poisson geometry, Lie groups, bre bundles, jet bundles, connections, distributions, etc.) have had.

This paper presents a Hamiltonian treatment of nonholonomically constrained mechanical systems. We assume that the total energy of the systems is a sum of kinetic and potential energies and that the constraints are linear in velocities.

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While an introduction to many important aspects of the mechanics of nonholonomically constrained systems may be found in such sources as the monograph of Neimark and Fufaev [], the geometric view as well as the control theory of such systems remains largely sc. The use of Log x 0 x effectively linearises the geometry around x 0, but a geometrically natural way to relate u at points nearby to x 0 will be to parallel transport it, equivalently specifying that u when transported does not change as measured from the curved geometry.

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