My name is Alexander FufaeV and in this course you will learn about:

Advanced Classical Mechanics: Mechanics with vectors, derivatives and integrals.

1. 1

Newton's Laws of Motion

Newton's laws of motion describe the fundamental principles of how objects behave in response to forces. These laws explain the relationship between forces, mass, and acceleration.

2. 2

Conservation of Momentum

Here you will learn what the conservation of momentum means and under what conditions it occurs.

3. 3

What are Conservative Forces?

Here you will learn what a conservative force is and what characterizes a system in which conservative forces are at work.

4. 4

Torque Simply Explained

Here you will learn what torque is and how to calculate it.

5. 5

Moment of Inertia of a Rigid Body

Here you will learn what the moment of inertia is and how to calculate it for discrete and continuous mass distributions.

6. 6

(Hollow) Cylinder - Moment of Inertia

Derivation of the moment of inertia of a homogeneous hollow cylinder and a solid cylinder rotating around its axis of symmetry.

7. 7

Steiner's Theorem

What is the moment of inertia if the axis of rotation does not pass through the center of mass? Then Steiner's theorem comes into play.

8. 8

Euler-Lagrange Equation and How to Use it in 5 Easy Steps

Here you will learn what the Euler-Lagrange equation is good for and how to apply it to concrete problems (for example, a thrown particle).

9. 9

Euler-Lagrange Equation in 13 Steps

Here you learn the derivation of the Euler-Lagrange equation, which a function q(t) must satisfy for a functional S[q] to become stationary.