PHYS 325 - Classical Mechanics I

Semesters Offered

TitleRubricSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Classical Mechanics IPHYS325A38566LEC31300 - 1420 T R  151 Loomis Laboratory Gregory MacDougall
Classical Mechanics IPHYS325D057354DIS01600 - 1650 M  143 Loomis Laboratory Vasilios K Passias
Classical Mechanics IPHYS325D238568DIS01700 - 1750 M  143 Loomis Laboratory Jahan Aden Claes
Classical Mechanics IPHYS325D338569DIS01800 - 1850 M  143 Loomis Laboratory Jahan Aden Claes
Classical Mechanics IPHYS325D458898DIS01900 - 1950 M  143 Loomis Laboratory Vasilios K Passias
Classical Mechanics IPHYS325D558899DIS02000 - 2050 M  143 Loomis Laboratory Vasilios K Passias

Official Description

Kinematics and dynamics of classical systems, including a review of Newtonian kinematics and dynamics. Three dimensional motion, variable mass, and conservation laws; damped and periodically driven oscillations; gravitational potential of extended objects and motion in rotating frames of reference; Lagrangian and Hamiltonian mechanics. Course Information: Prerequisite: PHYS 225; credit or concurrent registration in MATH 285. Class Schedule Information: Register for the lecture and for one of the discussion sections.

Hours

3 hours

Texts

Classical Dynamics of Particles and Systems. 5th ed. Brooks Cole