Developed by Andy Rundquist - Published October 3, 2016
|Levels||Beyond the First Year and Advanced|
Students will * Be able to identify the relevant parameters of a system and understand how to represent them with variables, * Be able to code in the appropriate Lagrangian differential equations that represent the equations of motion for the system, * Be able to produce pseudo-code for how the numeric integration will work, * Be able to use modern differential equation solvers to produce the interpolated dynamics of the system, * Be able to plot the motion of the system, * Be able to use Lagrangian multipliers and constraints to identify the time-dependent constraint forces.
|Time to Complete||60 min|
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Credits and Licensing
Andy Rundquist, "Lagrangian dynamics," Published in the PICUP Collection, October 2016.
The instructor materials are ©2016 Andy Rundquist.
The exercises are released under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 license